SOM envisages a sustainable Egyptian capital.
SOM is to masterplan a new Egyptian capital city to “welcome the world”. Nick Ames explains
Saudisation is testing the resolve of the construction industry
Egypt's huge investment conference at Sharm El-Sheikh delivered more than an all-star cast and an important boost to its reputation among investors
Dubai's green building codes need to be properly policed to be a success
A panel of industry experts is currently sifting its way through nominations for the Construction Week Oman 2015 Awards
The UAE's engineers lag behind western nations in their use of 3D design software
Dubai needs more trained medical staff to go alongside its top-of-the-range healthcare facilities
Dubai's retail market is fragmenting and although mega-malls are still popular, mid-sized centres need to diversify. Nick Ames reports.
Dubai needs to double its hotel space within the next five years while ensuring long term viability of the hospitality sector
The reasons for the failure to deliver major transport projects can be laid at the industry’s own door
Dubai is a city that houses people with huge discrepancies in earning power
ASGC’s Bishoy Azmy isn't expecting a dramatic rise in new projects this year
The UAE is seeking viable ways to improving roads infrastructure as its population grows
Bechtel's David Welch envisages a future where the corridor between the UAE’s two biggest cities will be completely developed
The UAE might be leading the Gulf in the sustainability stakes but is there
a genuine appetite for change within the country’s construction sector?
As Dubai prepares for the onslaught of construction projects in the build up to Expo 2020, contractors believe 2015 is a key foundation year