Interserve CEO Adrian Ringrose and Rezayat GM Shakeeb Alirewa
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
What are the trends likely to emerge from the GCC's construction market in 2015? Yamurai Zendera finds out.
Saudi Arabia has set a budget where it expects to run a deficit for the first time in four years
The GCC currently enjoys relatively modest construction costs, but will this stability be rocked by the drop in oil prices?
Concerns about falling hydrocarbon revenues and their impact on economies are being expressed across the GCC but Qatar looks set to weather the storm better than most
With a new CEO at the helm, Bahrain Financial Harbour aims for a fresh start – but is its revival a bridge too far?
Has the region learned from the regular spare of fires, or are the same mistakes repeated?
Aerial work in the GCC is on the up, meaning more the access platforms are needed
Why don’t more women work in the construction sector?
New initiatives and technologies are making sites safer
Generally, while the spirit within the industry is high, there is an underlying restlessness, a sense of urgency and also one of more than mild frustration
One of Qatar National Vision 2030's four pillars is environmental development
Formwork firms are bringing innovative solutions on construction sites.
Dubai's authorities are keen to make sure that gains in sustainable construction are captured
Vedat Koca says in order to succeed in Oman you have to think like a local