Today’s construction market is as challenging as it is interesting for the Middle East’s concrete players. The firms that adopt proactive strategies today are most likely to thrive in the longer term
UAE construction firms may continue to face challenges in the coming years but, as the market improves, it is vital that late payment is not allowed to become a long-term habit
Expo 2020’s plans for 2017 will be music to the ears of the Middle East’s construction community, especially companies operating at the smaller end of the spectrum
Despite ongoing diversification efforts and steady progress on key projects, Oman’s construction sector has been fairly quiet of late. The time has come to make some noise!
Discussing façade design in Qatar
The revision of onsite parking requirements for middle- and lower-income housing projects could boost affordable housing development in the Middle East
Research suggests that Expo 2020 has the potential to turn Dubai into the tourism capital of the world, so it’s a good thing so many hotel rooms are in the pipeline
The area in the vicinity of the Dubai Water Canal will have a different look and feel once the project is complete, which in turn will mean good news for real estate investors
The Gulf is at the forefront when it comes to implementing a green future, adopting new trends and investing in technology and digital readiness
The lowdown on BITs and ICSID arbitrations and their significance in construction and engineering contracts
The Middle East may have sunshine in abundance, but is the region doing enough to secure a future that’s powered by clean energy?