Qatar has recently officially opened the country´s biggest workers´ accommodation camp, with enough space to house almost 70,000 labourers. Mohammed Al-Maraghi, Manager, Naaas Group, is overseeing the site under the Group. Labor City - as it is called - also contains two police stations, Qatar´s second largest mosque and costs some $825 million to build. It will house 68,640 workers when it reaches full capacity. It was unveiled by Prime Minister Abdullah bin Nasser Al-Thani and the Labor Minister Abdullah Al-Khulaifi in a ceremony, in the capital Doha. Al-Maraghi reportedly said that the ´Labor City´ was the ´model´ for other camps and bigger sites may follow. The site is currently around 60 per cent full and houses workers from various countries including Nepal, India, Sri Lanka and Vietnam. Officials at the opening ceremony said that each room at Labor City should accommodate no more than four workers and daily inspections will be carried out to ensure that number is not breached. The once dreamt workers´ accommodation camp is now a reality, with Al-Maraghi setting new standards.