Dubai's economy is benefiting from huge private capital inflows leading to the acceleration of infrastructure-related growth in the first three quarters of 2014, indicating that strong opportunities exist, said a report.
Deloitte, a leading professional services firm, providing audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services, has inducted Dorian Reece to Deloitte Corporate Finance Limited.
Reece, who was previously head of Deloitte’s
Project Qatar 2015, a leading construction, technology and building materials exhibition, has received an overwhelming response from the exhibitors, six months prior to its opening in capital Doha.
The 12th International Construction Te
The UAE has spent more than Dh6.5 billion ($1.76 billion) on 125 major infrastructure development projects including building of new roads, hospitals, dams and ports, said a report.
Of these projects, implemented by the UAE Presid
Oman's special economic zone authority has floated two tenders for infrastructure development and other related works at the Duqm port in the sultanate, said a report.
One of the tenders is new, while the other one is just an
Qatar will be investing about $43.62 billion for the development of advanced transport infrastructure in the country with special focus on the rail network, said a report.
Qatar's Ministry of Transportation announced that seve
The infrastructure investments in Qatar will breach the $200-billion mark by the next decade as additional investments start pouring in from the private sector to complement the government's development drive, said a leading Doha-based contr
Infrastructure projects worth an estimated $22 billion, which are expected to be rolled out in Bahrain before 2020, will boost the kingdom’s industrial sector via improved transport links and massive facilities, a report said.
Bahrain's ministry of works said the road infrastructure project at the Sanad area is progressing well with 73 per cent of the paving work on the dirt roads completed.
The BD517,507 ($1.36 million) project awarded to Al Wardi
BAM International, the operating company of leading European construction-services firm Royal BAM Group, said it has won a marine infrastructure project from Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (Adco).