The world is combating the novel coronavirus by curtailing movement of people and economic activities and Dubai is no exception. At the moment, the extent of economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is still unknown, but it’s going to be enormous. And this could be an understatement. As we go to press, the situation is still fluid.

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Kleindienst Group, the UAE’s largest European property developer, has announced that work is in full swing on its flagship leisure destination – The Heart of Europe – with Phase One and parts of Phase Two of the project set for delivery by October this year.

Two companies under the umbrella of the Dubai-based Easa Saleh Al Gurg (ESAG) Building Materials Division are celebrating key milestones this year: Mac Al Gurg is marking 45 years of successful operations, while Al Semsam Building Materials commemorates 25 years of service, both in the UAE building and construction industry.

Having recently handed over the thematic souks at Expo 2020, Dubai-based AF Construction (AFC) is currently working on the fit-out of several pavilions at the prestigious site of the world-class event.

An increasing number of contractors working on villa developments in Dubai have been turning to formwork systems from Paschal-Werk G Maier to speed up work on their job sites, thanks to the versatility of these modular systems.