Concordia is able to manage operations from a simple LED installation, to $1mn system retrofits.
FMME reaches out to energy management service providers for an inside look at the challenges in achieving energy efficiency
Dubai Financial Market has been taken on a rollercoaster ride by construction sector performances in the first quarter of 2015
Elevator manufacturers are evolving to provide high-speed lifts at minimal operating costs
Greed is not good for the construction industry
Dubai's push for development is seeing a demand for more affordable housing, hotels and office space
The Middle East is resplendent with economic free zones, but as competition increases, are these zones in danger of cannibalising customers from one another?
Paolo Serra is responsible for bringing companies into the new Business Park at DWC
Piling and foundations specialists who had to cut jobs and sell off machinery to see themselves through a recession are having to gear up again to serve what seems to be quite a buoyant market
Construction debris is looking increasingly attractive to material recycling initiatives in Qatar
The drive to create smarter cities in a bid to find better ways of using data and allocating resources to deliver services is as strong in the GCC as anywhere
Are universities doing enough to give the next generation of architects the skills they need to go into practice?
Saint-Gobain marked its 350th anniversary in Abu Dhabi with a forum detailing 350 reasons to believe in the future
Turkish contractor STFA believes it is closing in on completion of a fisheries harbour in Oman
Great strides are being made in the region's construction education and training sector
The oil price slump is likely to impact on demand for offices in Abu Dhabi, but prospects for its residential market seem fairly stable
There are some projects that require real ingenuity to overcome technical challenges, and then there are others where issues crop up that require some pretty amazing feats of power to get the job done