Heavy spending on leisure-focused infrastructure projects is helping to stimulate strong economic growth throughout the UAE in the lead up to 2020
Vik Vithlani, sales director, MENA (Middle East & North Africa), Flooring, at Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings EMEAI, examines how science and technology is changing the flooring industry
Are we missing the point by knocking down our cities’ older structures and building shiny new ones in its place?
A new waste disposal fee from the Dubai Municipality will come into effect this May that targets industries and factories
Sameer Daoud, group chief development officer and managing director for Drake and Scull International (DSI), explains why VAT is not such a bad thing
Dan Mizesko, managing partner, US Chillers, writes about retrofit solutions that can help modernise chillers
Despite some understandable trepidation caused by market externalities, Saudi Arabia is not only developing landmark projects, but also improving operational efficiencies
Haroon Niazi, partner in the Middle East at HKA, explains how proposed changes to Government Tenders and Procurement Law will impact procurement in the kingdom
Legislation will go a long way towards improving fire-safety standards in the Middle East, but regional suppliers’ efforts prove that these initiatives are not the preserve of the public sector
Guy Barlow, global commercial director, Connected Cost, at Aconex talks about the growing prominence of the ‘gigaproject’ in today's construction industry
Prime Minister Modi’s tour of the Middle East highlights a renewed appreciation of the Indian economy, but can regional construction leaders capitalise on the opportunities?
Richard Sweatt, the Middle East representative of Euro Auctions, provides insights into the demand for used construction and agriculture equipment
Christine O’Callaghan, commercial manager, Off-Site Engineering Solutions
It is imperative that Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) are well regulated, writes Sougata Nandi, founder of 3e Advisory
It may be reasonable for Gulf construction leaders to expect order book declines in 2018, but the opportunities offered by the region’s expanding PPP network cannot be ignored