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Dubai DED: Investor confidence remains high in the emirate

In July, the construction sector accounted for 17.3% of new licenses issued in the Emirate of Dubai, according to fresh data from the emirate’s Department of Economic Development

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Three-week factory shutdown for Saudi pipe supplier

Loss-making Saudi Arabian pipe supplier has been forced to temporarily close its production facility

CW podcast explores if Saudi Arabia is ready for a tourism boom, after an expert told this site that the kingdom lacks the critical infrastructure needed to support its vision to become a tourism capital of the world

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'Intensive effort' to meet Alba's Line 6 expansion deadline

Construction consortium GE-Gama is hard at work to commission Alba's Power Station 5, which is a critical component of its $3bn Line 6 expansion

The highway, known locally as Schools Road, will reopen in time to accommodate traffic for the Eid Al-Adha holiday in the UAE

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Virgin Hyperloop One looks to open first non-US office in Dubai

Chaired by Virgin's Richard Branson, Virgin Hyperloop One inked a deal with cargo firm DP world in April to develop an ultra-fast cargo transport network using the nascent tech

Dubai's MBF to build $970m Islamabad medical city

Located in Islamabad housing project Gulberg Greens, the integrated medical city is expected to serve some one million patients and clients on a monthly basis

Why hotels in the Gulf are trying harder to stand out

A booming project pipeline will increase competition in the Middle East’s fiercely contested hospitality market, and a drive to be different will create new challenges for contractors

Jacobs wins Saudi petrochemical contract renewal

Engineering heavyweight Jacobs picked up a two-year contract renewal to work on a petrochemical plant in Jubail Industrial City 2, Saudi Arabia

SSH chases major 'green' accreditation for OCEC project's third phase

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Accreditation from the Green Building Council in the US cement's the OCEC project's sustainability credentials

Why hotels in the Gulf are trying harder to stand out

A booming project pipeline will increase competition in the Middle East’s fiercely contested hospitality market, and a drive to be different will create new challenges for contractors

Why hotels in the Gulf are trying harder to stand out

A booming project pipeline will increase competition in the Middle East’s fiercely contested hospitality market, and a drive to be different will create new challenges for contractors

Oil price less significant for Middle East construction than in 2016

Laing O'Rourke's Mark Andrews said global and local issues are bearing greater significance to the region's construction industry

Why hotels in the Gulf are trying harder to stand out

A booming project pipeline will increase competition in the Middle East’s fiercely contested hospitality market, and a drive to be different will create new challenges for contractors

Oil price less significant for Middle East construction than in 2016

Laing O'Rourke's Mark Andrews said global and local issues are bearing greater significance to the region's construction industry




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