M Vasanth Kumar is CEO of Qatar-based Arabian MEP Contracting.
The Middle East’s MEP community must encourage a climate of cooperative competition for the sake of the construction sector’s future
Who will lead the rise of construction technology in the GCC? And when?
Effective occupational safety is the key to long-term economic gains in Kuwait
The notion that the Gulf needs outside help to achieve sustainability is both elitist and wrong
The Kingdom would do well to consider shifting electricity subsidies away from the residential sector towards that of industry
Government usage of Building Information Modeling is a ‘wake up call’ for Qatar’s contractors working on $200-billion worth of projects.
Clauses are being included in contracts to require contractors and designers to carry decennial liability insurance
The UAE would have been right to axe fuel subsidies regardless of the economic impact
Simon Long, senior consultant at Macro, on the benefits of intelligently-constructed buildings for facilities management specialists
Once ridiculed for wasteful folly, the Gulf now piously pursues resourceful innovation.
The downside of advanced payments, as explained by David Kelly, executive director of Quantum Business Solutions
Should the midday break rule incorporate temperature as well as sunlight?
Allow me to explain why 100 is not as big a number as you might imagine
Innovation, not perspiration, could turn the Gulf into an perennial tourist attraction
There is a clear line between a pioneering spirit and outright piracy and theft
What positive side effects could population growth have for medical infrastructure?