Facilities Management Middle East Awards 2015 were held on 3 June in Dubai.
The eighth annual Facilities Management Middle East Awards continued its success story as a platform honouring the region’s FM sector
Contractors and suppliers in the infrastructure-focused GCC will have to rethink their supply chain to avoid material shortages
Set amid peaceful green pastures and a meticulously designed golf course, the $6bn ‘Akoya by Damac’ development promises to deliver all the quintessential elements of a luxury lifestyle
Construction is progressing at a steady pace within the $10bn Mohammed Bin Rashid City master development, an ambitious project by Meydan and Sobha.
As the Saudi Arabian government works to encourage greater competitiveness among contractors struggling with Saudisation targets, James Morgan asks whether this is the end of an era for construction in the Kingdom
The UAE’s construction industry expects to grow despite ongoing variations in global crude prices
Dubai Parks & Resorts, the UAE's $2.7bn mega development, is smoothly cruising towards its completion deadline of 2016
Omniyat and Brookfield Multiplex speak to Michael Fahy about work still to be done at Dubai's torus-shaped The Opus
Hadi Khatib looks into the broader progress being made at Kingdom Tower and Kingdom City
Construction Week takes a look at the flight path to delivery of some of the GCC's leading airport projects
Those behind The Wave, Muscat talk to Gavin Gibbon about the steps they’ve been taking to transform the $2.5bn waterfront mega project
QBG Contracting general manager Samiran Adhicary talks to Yamurai Zendera about how he intends to turn the company into one of Oman's major contractors
Samsung C&T is nearing completion on an infrastructure project covering main roads and utility connections for a busy section of the $50bn Lusail City project.
A high-rise luxury hotel development in Qatar hopes to capitalise on the growing demand for hotels in the run up to the World Cup in 2022
In an effort off-set the supply shortage of aggregates leading up to the World Cup infra projects, Lafarge has opened a recycling plant that replaces natural aggregates in concrete
As the oil price fluctuates, so does the sentiment around the effect it will have on the Qatar economy