With new paving, milling and rolling equipment, Bin Omran has spent close on QR30mn. In addition, a Benninghoven asphalt plant came close QR20mn, incl
With two million tonnes of asphalt to lay, only the best and most reliable equipment will do for the New Orbital Highway
What have we learned from last weekend’s Torch Tower inferno?
Claims of poor worker treatment continue to hound Saadiyat Island developer TDIC, but is criticism justified, and what is being done to improve conditions?
The central Manama project has had to overcome a number of hurdles as it closes in on completion
IGO Property Development's Eng Muhammad Hussain and Dr Anaz Kozbari on how it plans to drive its Polo Townhouses project at Meydan over the finishing line
Efforts to strengthen laws protecting investors in Dubai's property market have gone some way to boosting confidence, but many are still suspicious of off-plan deals
Exhbitors confident ahead of this year's event in Jeddah
More tall towers were built in 2014 than any other year
The UAE displayed its solar credentials at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week
BIM is not a magic wand with a ‘one-size-fits-all-fixer-upper-of-design-clashes’
Kim Kemp discusses how software is changing and improving the way the construction sector works
With an anticipated 5% increase in salaries, it looks as though Qatar's workforce is not intending leaving anytime soon
Almost bigger than Doha, the NPP is going to play a significant role in ensuring sustainability for Qatar, and the region in general
As the US ups shale gas output and oil prices plunge globally, how can Qatar benefit?
The booming facilities management sector in the Middle East has caught the attention of international firms, creating more competition for homegrown companies
Master developer DMCC has tried to make its One JLT tower as efficient as possible to attract multinational companies