The Middle East has seen a shift from traditional construction methods to more sustainable…
The construction phase of a project is delivering on the pre-agreed plans and designs of the buildings and infrastructure until they are ready for use. It also involves the redevelopment of existing structures or maintenance work. In 2018, the construction sector accounted for more than 11% of the world’s GDP.
The Middle East has seen a shift from traditional construction methods to more sustainable, efficient and technically advanced methods including artificial intelligence, 3D printing, off-site modular construction, robotics and augmented reality, as a result, Cooper Fitch has seen the demand for this expertise grow significantly. The necessity for Project Managers and Manual Labourers will remain and the region has seen some positive signs of a return to previous construction activity levels, in addition, we are witnessing many government-backed projects for Vision 2030 at construction stage and others which will be approaching construction stages soon.
Since 2015, property prices in UAE have been falling year on year…
Experts have attributed an oversupply as a key driver to a softer market. This has had a major impact on construction however since Covid-19, investors have taken advantage of lower prices and sales transactions have soared with many new developments including Dubai Creek Harbour and Dubai Harbour. The UAE leaders have recently announced 50 national projects which should see demand for construction workers increase over the next couple of years.
Positions Cooper Fitch has placed in the GCC in the last 6 months…
Project Director- Real Estate Developer
Project Director- Government Master Developer
Project Director- Public Sector Developer
Head of Projects
Project Management Director
Head of Innovation
Head of Sustainability
Our guide unveils expected salary ranges for new hires across various industries and core functions across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates for 2022.
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