Saturday 28 November 2015

Al Hamra wins top awards at Arabian Property Awards

Al Hamra Real Estate Development, a leading developer based in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, has won six awards at the Arabian Property Awards 2015, held recently in Dubai. The Ras Al Khaimah group won the award in the ‘Hotel Architecture’ category for its five-star luxury, be


Dubai Parks and Resorts in big leasing success

Dubai Parks and Resorts, a multi-themed leisure and entertainment destination coming up on a 16 million sq ft area in the UAE, said it has leased out almost 50 per cent of the retail units to some of the biggest global brands ahead of its launch in October 2016. Dubai Parks and R


Abu Dhabi readies capital projects plan

The Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC) is moving forward with an initiative to create capital projects plan for the Al Gharbia and Al Ain regions in order to ensure that the objectives for the future of the emirate are met. The move builds on the UPC's strong track record


Wood Group wins Iraq project management deal

Wood Group, an international energy services company, said one of its subsidiaries has won a new contract worth $90 million to provide project management services for an onshore facility in Iraq. Under the three-year contract, Wood Group PSN will deliver key services to one of th


DC Pro highlights green tech for HVAC industry

DC Pro Engineering UAE, a leading global authority in district energy, has urged the GCC’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry to adopt new technologies that address energy efficiency and environmental concerns. Speaking during a Sustainability Worksho


ME-Canada group wins $7bn Australian power bid

A group of Australian, Canadian and Middle Eastern firms will pay A$10.3 billion ($7.5 billion) for an Australian electricity network as part of the country's biggest privatisation programme, beating a Chinese government bidder. The group, led by Australia's Hastings Fund


Iran, Russia sign $1.27bn railway line deal

Iran and Russia have signed an €1.2 billion ($1.27 billion) to electrify a train line, linking north-central Iran to the northeastern border with Turkmenistan, according to a report.     The agreement signed between Russian Railways and Iran Railways (


Saudi property firm Alandalus plans December IPO

Saudi Arabia's Alandalus Property Company will launch an initial public offering (IPO) in mid-December, the market regulator said in a statement on Wednesday, the first flotation since the kingdom allowed direct foreign share ownership. Alandalus aims to sell 21 million share


Egypt to complete East Port Said side channel by June

Egypt plans to complete a side channel in East Port Said, near the Suez Canal, that would speed up shipping and allow ships direct entry into the port by the end of June 2016, Mohab Memish, head of the Suez Canal Authority, said. The new channel will cost $36 million, of which $7


Gulfex launches new construction solutions at Big 5

Gulf Extrusions (Gulfex), a leading manufacturer of extruded aluminium products, has launched a series of construction solutions during its participation at The Big 5 International Building and Construction Show, in Dubai, UAE. The show which kicked off on November 23 will conclu

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