Publication: Gulf Construction Worldwide

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Diamond pipe fittings unveiled

Flexible expansion joints and di-electric unions (below).Diamond pipe fittings unveiled01 October 2014HAVING successfully supplied the Diamond pipe support systems to the market since 2010, Universal Building Materials (UBM) of Saudi Arabia has launched ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
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Al Hassan in $68m deal

Al Hassan Engineering Company will undertake underground piping works worth $68 million for the Sohar refinery project01 October 2014AL HASSAN Engineering Company (AHEC), one of Oman’s leading engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractors, ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
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Lisec’s ‘base’ series an economic option

Lisec’s ‘base IG’ insulating glass line.Lisec’s ‘base’ series an economic optionLisec aims to bring affordability to small and medium enterprises with its ‘base’ series production lines for flat glass processing that offer heavy-duty design and easy ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
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Qanbar thrives on Saudi building boom

Key precast role ... a Qanbar project in Saudi Arabia. Demand across residential and non-residential sectors is boosting revenues for Qanbar Dywidag Precast Concrete Company, which has opened a new sales office in Jeddah to cater to market needs.01 October ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
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How to bring email back into the fold

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (Kaust) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia ... HOK used PIM software to organise, find, and share everything from email to BIM files and workflows. DANIEL PINHEIRO* discusses how emails will keep pace as projects ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
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Water experts head for Abu Dhabi forum

The Step project ... cheaper alternative. 01 October 2014EXPERTS in water and wastewater management will help chart out plans for sustainable water supply in the Middle East at the WaterWorld Middle East Conference and Exhibition (WWME) to be held this ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
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Using claims can avoid disputes

STUART JORDAN* highlights how including mechanisms for making claims in contracts can help prevent problems on projects.01 October 2014DELAY in projects isn’t good and neither is extra cost. But since these things happen, the mechanisms in construction ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
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Arabtec presses ahead with $40bn Egypt project

Regional NewsArabtec presses ahead with $40bn Egypt project01 October 2014DUBAI-BASED construction company Arabtec is close to completing the planning and design stage of its $40-billion deal to build one million homes in Egypt, the company said.Arabtec ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
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Contract awards top $23bn in second quarter

Saudi FocusContract awards top $23bn in second quarter01 October 2014THERE was a significant upswing in the value of awarded contracts in Saudi Arabia during the second quarter of 2014, topping SR84.9 billion ($22.63 billion), the National Commercial ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
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China wins $32.5m rail contract

Saudi Focus 01 October 2014SAUDI ARABIA has awarded a contract to China Railway Construction Corporation for the renewal of the freight railway line between Dammam and Riyadh.The SR122.8 million ($32.5 million) deal was signed by Saudi Railways Organisation ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
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Emerson’s regulator unit in Jubail expands

Robinson at the facility.Emerson’s regulator unit in Jubail expands01 October 2014EMERSON Process Management has expanded the capabilities of its Jubail facility in Saudi Arabia to include the production, testing, and servicing of pressure reducing regulators. ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
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Visa crunch hits 40pc of projects

Saudi Focus 01 October 2014A VISA shortage has hit 40 per cent of projects in Saudi Arabia in the past two years, the Arab News reported quoting a senior official.Contractors in the country have been hit due to a shortage of experienced foreign manpower, ... [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]

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How to bring email back into the fold [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
Lisec’s ‘base’ series an economic option [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
Al Hassan in $68m deal [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
Qanbar thrives on Saudi building boom [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
Using claims can avoid disputes [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
Diamond pipe fittings unveiled [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
Water experts head for Abu Dhabi forum [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 19 hours ago]
Cruise terminal designs unveiled [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
Emerson’s regulator unit in Jubail expands [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
Visa crunch hits 40pc of projects [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
China wins $32.5m rail contract [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
Contract awards top $23bn in second quarter [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
La Mer to redefine beachfront lifestyle [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
Luxury hotel for Culture Village [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
MAG to spend $3bn on six of the best [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
Mega lagoon part of $4bn Jeddah project [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
Work on Dragon Mall on target [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
Arabtec presses ahead with $40bn Egypt project [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
Dutch firm to design Qatar metro stations [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
Britons win $1.65bn contracts [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - 21 hours ago]
New Kohler gensets tailored to needs [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
The art of hospitality [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
Wacker expands Vinnapas range [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
Flowcrete systems give floors long life [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
UBM, Zurn team up to conserve water [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
Technal’s Opale more than just a partition [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
Citymax to add 700 rooms [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
Marmomacc to host 1,400 exhibitors [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
AMI set to showcase its portfolio at Big 5 [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
500 exhibitors to gather for green event [Published Gulf Construction Worldwide - Aug 31 2014]
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