Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said its expenditure on infrastructure projects executed in the last 10 years has topped Dh80 billion ($21.78 billion), with its assets standing at Dh85 billion ($23.14 billion).
Oman is set to spend around RO2.5 billion ($6.5 billion) for the expansion and modernisation of the sultanate’s water infrastructure over the next 25 years, said a report.
This comes as part of the government's ambitious
Bahrain’s Works, Municipality and Urban Planning Affairs assistant under-secretary for service Ahmed Al Khayyat revealed that the ministry awarded six contracts worth BD2.89 ($7.6 million) and invited bids for 11 roads, sanitary and constr
Qatar’s Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has awarded 11 contracts for infrastructure projects with a total value of QR6 billion ($1.64 billion).
The projects were signed under the Inner Doha Re-sewerage Implementation Strate
Leading real estate company Meraas Holding said the project infrastructure work at its ambitious Dubai Parks and Resorts development is progressing as per schedule with 42 per cent of the job completed at the end of first quarter.
APM Terminals Bahrain, a subsidiary of leading port infrastructure and operator of Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP), recently held a range of activities as part of the global celebrations commemorating Global Safety Day that was celebrated across
Gulf Business Machines (GBM), a leading provider of customised IT solutions in the Gulf, has launched VersaStack Solution, an integrated infrastructure, in partnership with IBM and Cisco at a series of exclusive events in the UAE.
Bentley Systems, a leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, has called for submissions to the ‘2015 Be Inspired Awards’ programme.
The deadline for entries
Algeria is set to invest $215 billion in publicly funded infrastructure during 2015-2019, with a focus on hospital construction and renovation, transportation infrastructure, wastewater management and desalination, and ports/airports.
The World Bank's development arm plans to invest between $1.2 billion and $2 billion in Egypt over the next four years, including around the Suez Canal, its regional director told Reuters.
The International Finance Corporation