IHCC to take part in Leaders in Construction KSA
Key industry event will be held in Riyadh on 29 October
IHCC will mark its participation at the annual Construction Week Leaders in Construction Summit KSA as part of a panel discussion on designing and managing diverse social infrastructure projects including hospitals, schools and universities.
The summit is set to take place on 29 October in Riyadh. Currently in its fourth edition, the event has firmly established itself as the region’s foremost high-level strategic conference that brings together the most prominent players on the construction landscape.
This year’s event will witness the participation of more than 150 senior construction professionals in a strategic debate on the state of the industry and potential areas of growth.
IHCC’s CEO Sultan Sobhi Batterjee will share insights at a panel discussion that will mull diverse emerging issues in the construction and real estate sector such as the rise in spending on social infrastructure across the GCC, how contractors can win work in this area, what special capabilities are required and best ways to partner with leading international education and healthcare providers. The panel will share benchmark case studies and highlight regional excellence in construction delivery, as well as efforts made at meeting sustainability goals and objectives across related projects.
Batterjee will also highlight IHCC’s pioneering projects that are currently in the pipeline – IHCC provides turnkey solutions across the region for the healthcare and education sectors, from concept and architecture design to management consulting.
He said: “The Leaders in Construction Summit KSA offers us a platform to showcase our projects to potential investors, while also providing us with an opportunity to network with peers in the industry and share best practices. The market intelligence gained will influence our efforts to make meaningful contributions to the development of the region, and in particular towards adding value to the infrastructure sector in Saudi Arabia.”