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UAE CONSTRUCTION AFTER COVID-19

UAE Construction After Covid-19 is the 11th report from the MEED Mashreq Construction Partnership. It looks at how the pandemic can be a catalyst for change for UAE construction, building a more resilient industry moving ahead.

REMOVING WASTE FROM CONSTRUCTION

This report seeks to provide ideas, lessons and inspiration that will help UAE construction move forward into its next phase with a sense of purpose and optimism.

REMOVING BARRIERS IN THE VALUE CHAIN

Removing Barriers takes a detailed look at the opportunities and challenges for improvement in the construction supply chain in the UAE. It is our hope that this report, together with its predecessors can help stimulate new ideas and practices that will help deliver a better construction industry in the UAE.

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UAE CONSTRUCTION THINK TANK

UAE CONSTRUCTION THINK TANK
2nd WHITE PAPER

In its second industry white paper, the UAE Construction Industry Think Tank calls for project owners in the UAE to “drive the adoption of standardised contracts” in order to reduce the amount of waste on projects and to help the UAE achieve its Centenary 2071 goals.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2nd UAE CONSTRUCTION
THINK TANK

Mohammad Khader Al Shouli, executive vice president, global head of contracting finance at Mashreq Bank, said: “The latest White Paper from the UAE Construction Industry Think Tank could not be more timely. The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed the threat caused by the problems in the construction sector.”

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INFOGRAPHICS

A SWOT ANALYSIS OF UAE CONSTRUCTION

WASTE MANAGEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION

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MARKET TALK

KEEPING BUSINESS GOING
DURING THE CRISIS

The rapid response of governments and banks has sustained the economy through the lockdowns, but the Covid-19 crisis is creating new challenges for banks.

SUPPORTING BUSINESS CONTINUITY
DURING THE CRISIS

Banks anic leavingd project owners must be flexible to prevent the Covid-19 pandem long-term economic damage in its trail.

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