Suzannah Newboult is legal director at law firm DLA Piper Middle East.
Contractors could file stronger claims if they knew the difference between delay and disruption within the context of construction schedules
Do deepening deficits spell the end for growth in some sectors, and herald the coming of a new age of austerity in the Gulf that only the fittest will survive?
While you can ask incessantly about people’s expectations for 2016, the year holds some certainties that will make this industry an interesting one to watch
Knowledge of standard contract types in isolation is insufficient in today’s construction market, explains Murtuza Challawala, MEP quantity surveyor (electrical engineer) at the Engineering Group – MEP Division of Al Mulla Group
Uncertain markets, sporadic and fiercely contested projects, maintenance overheads — are all the major building blocks in place for the rise of rental?
As the oil price remains low and the equipment industry faces the prospect of depressed 2016 sales, is it time to let the storm pass or to dig deep?