The UAE's 10-year visa and reforms to its existing foreign worker visa system may spur the rise of regional construction freelancers
Marcus Taylor, managing partner at Taylor Sterling Associates, explains why hunting for A-grade talent should be a year-round strategy
Like new global arenas, the Middle East's emerging football stadiums must be designed as sustainable and "immersive" facilities for regional spectators
Adopting technology such as BIM remains a challenge for the global rail industry, but some Middle East stakeholders are paving the way for greater digitisation ...
The potential benefits of BIM have been widely reported, so why is there still significant confusion about the software among many in the industry?
Businesses know investing in 3D printing, VR, and artificial intelligence can yield long-term financial gains, but they must now be bold and adopt these disruptive ...
Marcus Taylor, managing partner at Taylor Sterling Associates, outlines how liquidity issues are affecting the Middle East’s construction sector
In an exclusive article for Construction Week, project development manager of Besix Concessions and Assets, Rolf Keil, outlines what the future holds for total water ...
With pressure mounting to build faster, better, and cheaper, prefabrication presents an opportunity to boost efficiency while at the same time cutting costs
Transport electrification may spark an industrial revolution, increasing the need to build a charging infrastructure in anticipation of a battery-powered car boom
The increasing demand for green energy projects in the Middle East means regional contractors must be attuned to the delivery requirements of these schemes
Christine O’Callaghan, commercial manager, Off-Site Engineering Solutions
Saeed Al Abbar, managing director at AESG shares his insight on the building trends the construction industry should look out for in 2018
Rapid advancements within the field of technology could provide answers to many of the perennial challenges faced by the UAE’s construction community
Sameer Daoud, group chief development officer and managing director for Drake and Scull International (DSI), explains why VAT is not such a bad thing
Dan Mizesko, managing partner, US Chillers, writes about retrofit solutions that can help modernise chillers
James Mowat, manager – international, MEP building services recruitment consultant, Energi People, writes about the MEP recruitment market in the region
Richard Sweatt, the Middle East representative of Euro Auctions, provides insights into the demand for used construction and agriculture equipment
Reflections on the industry from PMV Middle East’s editor of the last three years, as he moves on seemingly just as the winds of change ...
How the short-term budgeting of project procurement impacts the efficiency of operations, and how systemic change is needed to break the vicious cycle
PMV Middle East points to the growing signs of the increasing interconnectivity of plant, machinery and vehicles on the jobsite
Are we missing the point by knocking down our cities’ older structures and building shiny new ones in its place?
A new waste disposal fee from the Dubai Municipality will come into effect this May that targets industries and factories
CAFM, BIM and BMS systems might sound like jargon, but contrary to popular belief it’s a much smarter way to carry out FM operations, give ...
The first part (fmME issue 1301, p17) of the worksplace safety, columnist Simon Stirzaker highlighted some of the more fundamental causes for accidents at the ...
Marcus Taylor, managing director of construction recruitment agency, Taylor Sterling, talks to Edward Gallagher, MD of Losberger De Boer Middle East, about talent acquisition and ...
Marcus Taylor, managing partner at Taylor Sterling Associates, outlines how construction leaders should manage their manpower in the months to come