Push for power: PPP projects in the GCC have historically been developed in the region’s utilities sector.
Can GCC governments and corporations strike the balance required to deliver efficient and mutually-profitable PPP developments?
Saudi BinLadin Group’s fluctuating fortunes are an indicator of how the Kingdom’s contracting sector is evolving, experts tell CWO
The current market slowdown has forced some GCC construction outfits onto the back foot, while others have adopted a more offensive approach.
GCC health, safety, and environment experts discuss the roadblocks encountered by their onsite labour welfare strategies
Salary delays have hurt Saudi Arabia’s contracting sector but recruitment statistics continue to stack up positively in the Kingdom, CW reports
What measures are companies taking during this waiting phase for the market to turn?
The Construction Week Oman Awards 2016 are almost upon us, but before the winners are revealed, this year’s judges and sponsors offer their expert perspectives of the Sultanate’s construction landscape
The fallout from this month’s heavy rains have prompted the UAE’s construction community to reach out to waterproofing specialists.
The introduction of 5% value added tax (VAT) is a huge policy shift for the GCC, but is unlikely to discourage foreign investors
An integrated, automated, curtain way cleaning system could soon replace the army of window cleaners in Doha
Qatar’s construction sector is experiencing a number of issues during the downturn, the largest being that of delayed or late payment
Onsite technology can offer financial and safety-related benefits, but is the Middle East’s construction sector listening?
Elevator manufacturers are contributing to the growth of the GCC’s architectural technology sector
Saudi Arabia’s 2016 budget will steer the country’s transition towards optimised state spending and economic diversification.