Dilip Sinha, regional business manager (MEA), Honeywell.
In conversation with Dilip Sinha, regional business manager for Honeywell's MEA operations, on the company's Middle East plans
Over a decade since AMS first started out in Kosovo and Iraq, Andrew Robertson sits down to discuss the company’s hand in everything from UN missions to Volvo distribution in Kazakhstan
In conversation with Hans Georg Brune, the managing partner of Cardan Service Network (CSN).
Brainchild of architect Sandra Piesik, a sustainable project uses ancient building methodology and plant material
CCC's Nabil Hamdan tells James Morgan that when it comes to construction in the Middle East, sustainability has to be the driving force, not an afterthought
WSP's acquisition of Parsons | Brinckerhoff has provided a wider scope to target potential clientele with new services, Middle East managing director Tom Bower says
Out of sight, mounted high on the rooftops, Doha is harnessing the sun's rays to help power its buildings
Parsons' Middle East & Africa president Gary Adams tells Yamurai Zendera about his plans to grow the business across the region
Bob Hope tells Michael Fahy about his five-year plan to transform SSH from a local consultant into a regional outfit with global delivery skills
Aecom Oman’s David Hutton tells Yamurai Zendera why the Sultanate warrants a different business strategy from that adopted by the consultancy in other parts of the Gulf
Bassem Al-Bermawy explains how Case Construction is succeeding with its region-specific strategy
New CEO Steve Scott believes Al Hassan Engineering needs to move up the value chain if it is to improve margins
Turner & Townsend's Middle East chief Mike Collings has managed to grow the firm’s local presence through work on major airport projects
Khansaheb Civil Engineering has reached its 80th anniversary in the local contracting market by taking a conservative approach to growth
Simon Karam has built one of Oman’s best-known construction companies and been a leading figure in promoting its contracting industry. Not bad for someone who was only meant to be in the country for two weeks. Michael Fahy reports.
While BIM is gaining traction, over enthusiasm and a lack of know-how is creating its own issues. Kim Kemp speaks to Bimtec’s Ramzi Abu Qamar