Arabian World Construction Summit 2012

Date: 20 – 23 May 2012

Location: Westin Resort & Spa, Abu Dhabi

Arabian World Construction Summit 2012 will be the definitive construction & infrastructure event in the Middle East and the only place to meet and hear from project owners and leading contractors from each of the core GCC markets, in addition to new and emerging markets in the Middle East and North Africa.

There is cause to be optimistic about the region’s construction sector. A revival of the projects market is expected in the UAE, with some $75 billion worth of construction projects planned between now and 2016. For contractors looking to broaden their presence there has never been a better time to look for business in the Middle East with multi-billion dollar construction and infrastructure programs now gathering pace.

This event will encompass market overviews, country profiles, project case studies, supply-chain and sector analyses of key projects in transportation, social infrastructure, power and water and alternative energy developments; these sectors being at the forefront of current regional infrastructure opportunities.
For further information on the event, use the link: www.awcs-me.com

To benefit from a 10% discount available to Capital Finance International subscribers to attend AWCS 2012, please email [email protected] or call us on +971 (0)4 390 0049 quoting the promotional code CFI-Dis.

Please click here for a downloadable PDF Brochure.


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