How far has Expo 2020 Dubai progressed?

How far has Expo 2020 Dubai progressed?
Expo 2020 Dubai is making good progress.
Published: 17 September 2018 - 7:19 a.m.
By: Oscar Rousseau

Expo 2020 Dubai is well under way, with approximately a year to go until all major construction needs to be finished in October 2019, but what has been built so far?

In this podcast episode, Oscar Rousseau and Jack Ball, deputy editor and senior reporter of Construction Week, review progress on the Expo megaproject as the clock continues to tick down to deadline day.

It comes after Ahmed Al Khatib, Expo 2020's vice president for real estate and delivery, said the Phase 2 infrastructure package would be completed by the end of the year. 

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