Middle Eastern consumers are a lot more daring and bold when it comes to décor and colour choices, as a result sales of metallic paints and paint effects are much higher in the region than elsewhere in the world, said an industry expert.
BASF, a global manufacturer and innovation partner of plastic additives and pigments with its regional headquarters in Dubai, believes that the UAE plastics industry benefits strongly from the emirates’ drive towards &ldq
Emirates Green Building Council (Emirates GBC), an organisation aimed at strengthening and promoting green building practices in the UAE, will highlight how the construction sector can contribute to sustainable development at The Big 5 exhibition.
Bahrain-based Naseej, the first fully-integrated real estate and infrastructure development company in the Mena region, has become a member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).
An independent, non-profit trade association
The role of the building envelope in reducing energy demand will be on the agenda at the next meeting of the Emirates Green Building Council (Emirates GBC), which aims promote green building practices in the UAE.
Emirates GBC will host its
The new Gulf Organisation for Research & Development has outlined its vision to establish Qatar as the Gulf’s ‘capital of green buidlings’.
Gulf Organisation for Research & Development (GORD) is the new name of the Barwa and Qatari
Emirates Green Building Council (Emirates GBC), which promotes green building practices in the UAE, will host a dedicated pavilion at an upcoming sustainable construction event in Abu Dhabi.
Arabian Construction Week, an international
Domopan Construction, a leading provider of eco-friendly building solutions in Qatar, will showcase its building techniques during at an ongoing green construction conference in Doha.
Green Building Solutions Conference and Exhibition open
Over 5,000 visitors, delegates and construction industry professionals took part in a recently concluded international event incorporating four trade exhibitions and two summits in Abu Dhabi.
Covered over 8,000 sq m at the Abu Dhabi Nation
Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), which oversees the development of the emirate's tourism industry, plans to expand its hotel classification system to recognise properties judged to exceed five-star requirements.
Sheikh Sultan Bin Ta