UAE-based Saadiyat Development and Investment Company (SDIC) has awarded Gulf Contracting Company (GCC) the landscaping contract for its luxurious beachfront neighbourhood in Abu Dhabi.
Hidd Al Saadiyat, which comprises nea
Green living landscaping projects in the UAE are transforming communities, improving the quality of life and delivering sustainable development, according to industry experts.
Some of these events will be showcased and discussed at a ke
Spanning a range from schools and community centres to sporting facilities and recreational parks, sustainable landscaping is fast becoming a major factor in improving quality, design and safety standards, according to experts.
Dubai will spend Dh6 billion ($1.63 billion) to make the emirate a "green paradise" by 2025, a report quoted officials at the municipality as saying.
The projects planned include soft landscaping and an irrigation networ
More than 100 brands from around the globe are participating in the first edition of Outdoor Design Build & Supply, a dedicated landscaping and exterior design trade show, which opened in Dubai today.
Inaugurated by Salah Amir
A number of high profile exhibitors involved in the creation, development and landscaping of outdoor space will launch their products and services at an upcoming outdoors design show in Dubai.
The Outdoor Design Build & Supply
Qatar’s leading investment bank QInvest said it has acquired a 30.5 per cent stake in a major Doha-based landscaping services group that includes Al Nakheel Agriculture and Trading Company and AG Middle East.
Al Nakheel is a fully-integrat
Gulf Landscape and Irrigation Systems (GLIS) has announced the completion of the Dh33 million ($8.9 million) contract for the landscaping of Precinct 5 at the Mina Al Arab waterfront project in Ras Al Khaimah.
A leading landscaping company
Global demand for laser cutting machinery is expected to reach $13.8 billion by 2015, propelling manufacturers to increase production, said the organisers of an upcoming hardware and tools exhibition in Dubai.
“With woodworking, welding an
The global market for eco-friendly building material is expected to be worth $406 billion by 2015, driven largely by environmental consciousness and high energy costs, said the organisers of an upcoming construction material summit in Dubai.