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Kuwait Construction Week 2018 ends successfully
January 20, 2018, 3:31 pm
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Kuwait Construction Week, the largest event for building, design and construction industries, was inaugurated by Eng. Ali Mohammed Al Hobail, Deputy Director General for the Implementation Affairs Sector, Public Authority of Housing Welfare on 16 January. Supported by the Kuwait Ministry of Public Works, the 5-day event witnessed the gathering of more than 5,000 attendees at the Kuwait International Fair, Mishref from 16 to 20 January. The event was a prime spot for decision makers, distributors and industry professionals from Kuwait and the GCC region to network, interact and do business that takes advantage of the growth potential of Kuwait’s construction sector.

This year’s mega event consisted of six industry shows: Kuwait Build, Electrical & Mechanical Exhibition, Power Kuwait, Water Kuwait - Architecture & Real Estate Exhibition, Interior Design Show and Kitchen & Bath Show. As part of the itinerary, four outstanding conferences were held with well-known key note speakers that addressed the ever changing landscape of the highly competitive building and construction industry, with topics such as ‘Energy And Sustainability’, ‘Delivering Sustainability’ among other topics.

Kuwait Construction Week featured over 300 exhibitors and offered over 1,000 innovative products and services in the building, construction and design industries, as well as provided a platform for local and international companies to do business, network and sell their products and services.

With $188 billion of projects currently under various stages of planning and construction, Kuwait’s construction sector is poised for significant growth. The demand for high-quality infrastructure along with upscale residential and commercial properties can be seen in several multi-billion dollar projects including: $7 billion Kuwait Metro project, $3.3 billion Kuwait International Airport, $2.6 billion Subiya Causeway, $15 billion Al-Zour New Refinery Project and $6.2 billion motorway construction. Kuwait Construction Week opened opportunities into one of the Middle East's emerging building & construction market – Kuwait.

 

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