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August 20th, 2016


The legal ramifications of exclusivity agreements

Exclusivity agreements may be common in the Middle East, but it’s important that all stakeholders consider the potential legal ramifications of such deals

Confidence is returning to our construction market

Confidence appears to be returning to the Middle East’s construction community, not only in spite of market challenges but also, perhaps, because of them

Face to face: Greg Kane, WSP | PB Middle East

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff ’s newly promoted Middle East managing director, Greg Kane, outlines his firm’s plan to adapt to new market conditions without compromising its historic strengths

Market snapshot: Fences and hoardings in the GCC

With an array of real estate projects being developed in the region, the GCC fencing market is likely to experience an uptick in demand

Q&A: Linh Austin, McDermott International

Linh Austin, the man leading McDermott International in the region, talks to Indrajit Sen about how long-term relationships with clients are helping the American EPC contractor to maintain a healthy order book in the Middle East

Site visit: Redwood, Jumeirah Golf Estates

CW visits Jumeirah Golf Estates to find out how the construction of Redwood Park’s townhouses and Redwood Avenue’s villas is progressing

How have externalities affected Dubai real estate?

Amid global uncertainty and low oil prices, Dubai’s real estate market exhibited signs of a downward trend in Q2 2016, reports Paromita Dey