MEP Middle East shines a light on some of the region’s leading electrical suppliers.
With almost weekly disclosures around corruption, labour issues and unfair practice, Qatar has been handed the red card on a number of occasions
There is a lot of sand out in the desert, but it doesn't mean that companies need to bury their collective heads in it when it comes to addressing cybercrime
New technology allows architects to print designs on concrete
What criteria make stalwarts stick with their preferred OEM?
Economic diversification and historic trends continue to empower the UAE's infrastructure and construction industry despite oil market fluctuations, industry experts tell Construction Week
Contractors and developers active in the UAE's construction market can make significant contributions to the ever-evolving discipline of fire safety
When Dubai Municipality mandated BIM in 2013, it set in motion a technological revolution for the Middle East’s construction industry
Despite demand, the number of three- and four-star hotels in the kingdom remains low, Construction Week Arabia finds
Nick Ames travels to Oman to find out about a trio of Middle East introductions from US-based machinery giant, Caterpillar
How are nationalisation targets impacting project delivery times and contracting operations in Saudi Arabia and Oman?
'Going green' is all well and good but what happens when 'grey' water changes colour?
Competitive pressure is seeing companies and contractors vying for a piece of Qatar's piling market
Changing driver behaviour is only one element of implementing a safe road
SSH Ray Phillips outlines philosophy of design, by Nick Ames
Population increases look set to catalyse healthcare development in the GCC, and public-private partnerships could aid governments in infrastructure provision