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Leaders Kuwait 2017: Construction experts gather for inaugural summit

More than 100 experts will gather to discuss industry challenges and opportunities at today’s inaugural Construction Week: Leaders in Construction Kuwait summit

The inaugural edition of Construction Week: Leaders in Construction Kuwait will take place today.

More than 100 experts from across Kuwait will gather to discuss challenges and opportunities within the country’s construction sector.

The summit’s keynote address will be delivered by Talal Al-Shammari, Assistant Secretary General for Planning and Development at the Supreme Council for Planning and Development.

READ: Leaders Kuwait 2017: What’s on the agenda?

The event’s speakers and panellists include representatives from Taylor Sterling Associates, Pinsent Masons, Kuwait Bruckner Construction Contracting, China State Construction Engineering Corporation Middle East (CSCEC ME), KEO International Consultants, Pace Architecture Engineering + Planning, Dar Al-Jazera Consultant Engineers, and Driver Trett.

Construction Week: Leaders in Construction Kuwait 2017 is being conducted with the support of Platinum Sponsor, Driver Trett; Silver Sponsor, KEO International Consultants; Legal Partner, Pinsent Masons; and Exhibitor, Peikko.

Full coverage of the summit will be available on ConstructionWeekOnline, and will be included in issue 675 of Construction Week, which will be published on 5 November, 2017.

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