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Oman Design & Build Week offers new market opportunities in construction sector
December 2, 2019 | 11:58 PM
by Times News Service
The launch of Oman Design & Build Week by Omanexpo comes at a propitious time when the sector is gaining stead with the rise in the number of multi-billion projects on the back of the recent oil price recovery. - Supplied photo
 
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Muscat: Oman’s biggest and most specialized event for the building and construction industry, The BIG Show, was recently relaunched under the new brand Oman Design & Build Week in a move to engage more industry stakeholders and provide wider commerce and investment opportunities to local and international companies and individuals relating to the sector.

The launch of Oman Design & Build Week by Omanexpo comes at a propitious time when the sector is gaining stead with the rise in the number of multi-billion projects on the back of the recent oil price recovery.

Construction projects account for the biggest segment of Oman’s projects market by value. Currently, it is the second largest driver of non-oil growth, playing a key role in Oman’s economy.

Tarek Ali, Business Development Manager, Omanexpo, says “We are excited about the evolving opportunities resulting from these projects, as they are greatly impacting building and construction requirements and fast-tracking construction activities. This has urged us to tap more vital segments that will represent all of the key sectors within the industry, which will in turn, expand the product and service range and diversity of the exhibition offerings.”



From March 30 to April 1, 2020, the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre will be the center of about 1,000 new and innovative products, services, equipment and technologies representing the building interiors and finishes, building envelope and special construction, building technology and automation, mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP), heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), construction tools and materials, concrete and concrete-related products and plant, machinery and vehicles (PMV) sectors.

“We are seeing close to 300 exhibiting companies with 10 international pavilions represented by China, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Jordan, Kuwait, Spain, Turkey and the UK.



"Alongside the exhibition, we have added dedicated free-to-attend CPD-, PMI- and AUD-certified seminars and workshops across three days, which will focus on topics such as Effective Leadership in Managing Engineering Projects, Sustainable Green Energy Management, and Building Simulations and Artificial Intelligence Management Systems, among others,” Ali adds.

To date, Oman Design & Build has in its sponsor and partner roster Bin Hayl Group, Al Khaleel Group, Salem Group and Techno, besides the participation of leading companies from Oman.

Oman Design & Build Week is co-located with the third Oman Real Estate Expo, which is supported by the Ministry of Housing and the Oman Real Estate Association (ORA).

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