Posted by Bob Brunskill
Abu Dhabi will be the setting for Arabian Construction Week next month, which will feature over 150 exhibitors showcasing hundreds of the latest products and construction solutions, it has been announced.
The event, which will be held between May 24-26 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, is also expected to attract more than 5,000 industry leaders, developers, contractors, consultants, government bodies, financiers and architects.
According to the host event company, Mecom Clarion, the week's major attractions will be three dedicated vertical trade exhibitions and two regional summits on sustainability, innovation and infrastructure.
These will include Future-Build Middle East, which will focus on various sectors including airports, bridges, coastal areas, power and retail structures.
Christopher Hudson, managing director of Mecom Forums, said: "The Arabian Construction Week is set to become the leading industry event in the region for companies seeking new business development and networking opportunities."
Last week, Aldar, a leading property development and investment firm in Abu Dhabi, claimed the emirate's developments on Yas Island are presenting a growing number of investment opportunities in business travel, conferences and tourism.