At Quantum being a responsible corporate citizen is something we take very seriously and we are fully committed to making a positive contribution within the communities in which we live and work. We strongly believe in the value of family including our employees, their families and the wider community.
Our Q-munity Corporate Social Responsibility (Q-CSR) programme is aligned to the goals of the Qatar National Vision 2030 and the Qatar National Development Strategy 2011–16. The programme actively aims to add long-term value by supporting our interaction with community groups and our support of health, sporting and educational initiatives.
Read about our Q-munity projects in action.
Following the launch of Quantum Global Solutions (QGS) ‘Donate a Day’ employee volunteer programme the company undertook their first community projects recently.
QGS recently held a special celebration to mark the start of their long-term partnership with PAWS Rescue Qatar and to celebrate raising QR8400 to repatriate homeless and abandoned dogs and cats to the USA, UK and Europe.
Students from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Law School recently battled in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition.
As part of the company’s commitment to the community, Ian Maund, a keen motor cycle racer and Associate Director at Quantum Global Solutions (QGS) hosted a school visit from the Park House English School.
As one of the four pillars of the Qatar National Vision 2030, education plays a pivotal role in Qatar’s long-term sustainable future. In support of the vision, Quantum Global Solutions (Quantum) recently supported Doha British School (DBS) as Principle Sponsor of “Insperact”, a team competing in the ‘F1 for Schools’ competition held on the 3rd of March 2015 at DBS.
Multiple studies indicate the positive impact of sports on the physical and psychological health of children and adolescents and how sporting activities cultivate a healthy lifestyle, develop perseverance and encourages sportsmanship.
Selecting a future career is a difficult decision for students. In order to support Qatar’s growing student population and give advice on the multiple careers available in the construction sector for men and women; Quantum Global Solutions (QGS) recently took part in a careers workshop for Year 12 Business Studies students at Park House English School.
In line with the Qatar National Vision 2030 and in the run-up to the FIFA World Cup 2022, Qatar’s construction industry is experiencing a period of unprecedented growth and will continue to be one of the country’s leading employers over the coming years.
Quantum Global Solutions (QGS) recent took part in the Torneo de Futbol / Spanish Business Council (SBC) Football Tournament. Following QGS’s qualification the previous week, the QGS boys in black and gold arrived full of confidence for the SBC Finals on the 4th of December 2014.
As one of the initiators and the sponsor of the first Lighthouse Club of Doha gathering, Quantum Global Solutions (QGS) recently attended the second annual ball of the Lighthouse Club of Doha.
Quantum Global Solutions (QGS) presented a talk on construction careers to over 50, Year 11 students at Park House English School, Doha. The talk was presented by Ian Maund, Senior Commercial and Contractual Consultant at QGS in partnership with Pierre Sells, Commercial Manager at Aecom.
As part of QGS’s ongoing commitment to supporting the local community the company recently supported the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) by sponsoring their annual fun day and supplying sports kits for the junior members of the club.