The Spanish restaurant in Doha is set to impress with its attention to detail
With the role of systems integrators constantly evolving in the regional channel, how are SIs increasing their competitiveness and staying relevant in a rapidly evolving IT market?
Lebanon shows the biggest YOY increases, with Saudi Arabia, Dubai and Bahrain making sizeable improvements
Equipment manufacturers are taking huge strides in the construction industry’s evolution towards the use of technology for safety and efficiency.
As governments and private sector firms continue to rollout ambitious IT and infrastructure projects in East Africa, how can channel stakeholders capitalise on these emerging opportunities in that region?
ITP.net talks to the Chinese firm’s Internet of Things guru
Market fluctuations tend to pressurise contracting cycles, with MEP contractors likely to face more challenges than main contractors, a UAE-based contractor tells Construction Week Middle East
Industry analysts say potential merger of Chinese shipping giants will send shock-waves through Asia-Europe market, creating “domino effect” through industry.
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Affordable housing is on the rise in Dubai, which witnessed transactions of over $14.4bn (AED53bn) in H1 2015, $8.1bn (AED30bn) of which came from foreigners; 4,200 housing units are due in Abu Dhabi by the end of 2015
Talal Al Gaddah, chief executive officer of MAG Property Development discusses the GCC's affordable housing markets, Dubai's property sector, and his preference for lump-sum contracts, in an exclusive interview with Construction Week
Neha Bhatia investigates how construction insurers select projects in the Middle East
Intel regional director, Middle East and North Africa Taha Khalifa, on the Internet of things (IoT) opportunity and why he expects the company and channel partners to lead in the era of connected devices and intelligent systems.
Will the recently landmark deal between the six major powers and Iran be a game changer to the regional IT channel?
The OEM and educational institute have jointly developed a software to reduce on-site fatalities, especially in the road construction sector