Flora Grand Hotel by Flora Hospitality Dubai completes a major renovation project updating the hotel rooms with a fresh new look featuring tasteful decor, subtle colour accents and elegant furniture, providing a rich aesthetic and an enhanced co
Parsons, a leader in engineering, construction, technical and management services, said it was recently awarded a traffic consultancy services contract for the improvement of the Bahrain Gas Interchange.
One of the major traffic b
Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa, a luxurious hotel in the Middle Eastern country, has undergone major refurbishment across most of its facilities as part of efforts to provide guests premium hotel services.
A major expansion of a road near Hamala, which has been the scene of numerous bottlenecks, accidents and fatalities, has been outlined, said a report.
Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister Essam Khalaf told par
A traditional market in Riffa, Bahrain is set for a revamp, it was announced yesterday (October 11). Amlak, the real estate investment arm and wholly-owned subsidiary of the Social Insurance Organisation (SIO), said it was handling the project
Qatari retailer Al Meera has announced the completion and near-term implementation of plans and projects to revamp and renovate its space across its growing network of branches in the country.
The move comes as part of the company
Changes have been made to Bahrain’s Cabinet, with the number of ministries reduced from 18 to 16. The Social Development Ministry and the Labour Ministry have been merged under Minister Jameel Humaidan, while Information Affairs Minister
A major revamp of one of Bahrain's main road junctions is under way in a bid to ease traffic congestion. The Bahrain Gas Interchange Traffic Studies Project will focus on providing non-stop traffic flow along Shaikh Salman Highway, at its
Bahrain Public Transport Company (BPTC), the new operator of the kingdom’s modern, fully revamped public bus service, has completed refurbishment work on the main bus terminals in Manama, Muharraq and Isa Town.
Iran needs around $100 billion to bring its oil industry back to the level it was five years ago, the country's Industry Minister Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh told Austrian newspaper Wiener Zeitung in an interview published on Thursday.