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Contractors operating in Saudi Arabia should ensure adequate legal recourse from the outset to avoid late payments and changes to their scopes of work
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My first week as editor of Construction Week has left me dizzy but excited
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The finish of many of Dubai's apartment buildings leaves a lot to be desired
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The issue of low productivity in contracting is not an easy one to solve
The first of Construction Week’s 2015 awards shows off the breadth of skills that have been developed in the Omani market.
There is a range of tools and technologies that can be used keep construction sites safe
King Salman's move to tax undeveloped urban land may just give everyone a chance to own their own castle
The opportunities being created in Egypt are huge, but unlocking them will not be easy
The increasing use of technologies in buildings can impact on their lifespan