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William Haddad
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William Haddad

 Chairman, MACE
David Welch
Dr Jawaharlal Gangaramani

Industry veteran William Haddad has enjoyed another impressive year at the helm of MACE. In its 2015 financial year, the firm achieved revenues of $256m, of which 11.2% was profit. Although MACE anticipates slightly lower revenues – $215m – during the current financial year, 60% of this figure has already been secured. During the past 12 months, Haddad’s team has completed a range of major infrastructure projects in the UAE and Saudi Arabia. In the coming year, MACE will continue its to support infrastructure works at Qatar’s Al Dhakhira and the UAE’s Bloom Gardens.

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Conferences

HKA on the underlying causes of Middle East construction disputes
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Latest Issue

Construction Week - Issue 751
Oct 13, 2019