Arab Today, arab today gcc interiors contracting market set to grow
Last Updated : GMT 08:14:34
Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today

GCC interiors contracting market set to grow

Arab Today, arab today

Arab Today, arab today GCC interiors contracting market set to grow

Dubai - Arabstoday

The interiors contracting and fit-out developments in the GCC healthcare sector is estimated to earn $474 million on projects worth $5.9billion, expected to complete by the end of 2012. While the interiors contracting and fit-out developments in the GCC educational sector is expected to earn $431 million on projects worth $5.3 billion expected to be completed during 2012. The data are part of the latest findings from a new research by Ventures ME commissioned by dmg :: events, the organising team behind the INDEX International Design Exhibition, the Middle East and North Africa’s largest and longest established Interiors and Design Exhibition. The 22nd annual edition of INDEX kicks-off on Monday, running from Sept.24-27 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Qatar, with an investment of $192 million, and Saudi Arabia, with investments worth $145 million, have bagged the largest shares of the healthcare interiors contracting and fit-out segment in 2012, surging ahead of UAE and Oman investments of $119 million and $13 million, respectively. As of September 2012, the growing market of Qatar is the emerging leader in terms of project completion, with total healthcare projects worth $2.4 billion expected to witness completion by year end; representing a 40 per cent share of the total GCC medical projects expected for completion in 2012. Following Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE healthcare projects expected to complete in 2012 are worth $1.8 billion and $1.49 billion respectively, ranking as second and third largest spenders of healthcare in the GCC with a 30 per cent and 25 per cent market share respectively. Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain account make up the balance with 3 per cent, 1 percent and 1 per cent, respectively. “The new data confirm that investments in the GCC interiors contracting and fit-out market remain healthy across various sectors,” said Frederique Maurell, INDEX Event Director. “Healthcare and education are of primary focus of investment in GCC countries, reflecting sustainable balanced economic development. This year we have more exhibitors turning their focus toward the education and healthcare interiors sector than ever before in the 22 year history of the show. This is indicative of the growth and demand for this specialist fit-out across the region.” Saudi and Qatar also lead the in the education interiors contracting and fit-out sector with investments of $261 million and $84 million respectively, surging ahead of Kuwait and UAE with investments of $40 million and $26 million, respectively. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is ranked as the largest educational investor in GCC with educational developmental projects worth $3.26 billion expecting completion in 2012. Qatar is the second largest with educational developmental projects worth $1.05 billion reaching completion in 2012. More than 900 companies will be present at the 22nd annual INDEX International Design Exhibition with more than 45 countries will be represented at this year’s show, including national pavilions from Japan and Canada, both exhibiting for the first time at the show. INDEX 2012, themed “Where Inspiration Thrives,” will cover 34,000 sqm gross space of the DWTC exhibition centre, occupying halls from 1 to 8 and Zabeel Hall. Over 900 exhibitors from 45 countries - including Brazil, Canada, Greece, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, Spain, and UK - have booked floor space to showcase their products. INDEX is proud to announce the support of RAME Designer Solutions ME, the exclusive distributor of multinational brands of furnishing fabrics, leathers, lighting, curtain hardware and wall coverings to the interior design market, as INDEX Silver Sponsor. UBIFRANCE - the French International Business Development agency - is renewing its trust in this event by bringing over a French pavilion consisting of exhibitors that effectively adapt their sensitivity and creativity to local requirements. During the four days of the exhibition, INDEX will also host a number of events and features, providing the design community with incredible networking and educational opportunities. From gulftoday

Name *

E-mail *

Comment Title*

Comment *

: Characters Left

Mandatory *

Terms of use

Publishing Terms: Not to offend the author, or to persons or sanctities or attacking religions or divine self. And stay away from sectarian and racial incitement and insults.

I agree with the Terms of Use

Security Code*

Arab Today, arab today gcc interiors contracting market set to grow Arab Today, arab today gcc interiors contracting market set to grow

 



Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today Nohan Seyam designs beautiful accessories

GMT 20:02 2017 Tuesday ,21 February

Nohan Seyam designs beautiful accessories
Arab Today, arab today Tourism shows signs of recovery

GMT 09:59 2017 Monday ,20 February

Tourism shows signs of recovery
Arab Today, arab today Sarah Belamesh designs antiques of "ceramic"

GMT 19:45 2017 Monday ,20 February

Sarah Belamesh designs antiques of "ceramic"
Arab Today, arab today 11 family members dead in rebel push

GMT 07:57 2017 Tuesday ,21 February

11 family members dead in rebel push
Arab Today, arab today To probe sexual harassment claims

GMT 10:08 2017 Tuesday ,21 February

To probe sexual harassment claims

GMT 05:15 2017 Tuesday ,21 February

Gold firms as markets await Trump tax plans

GMT 04:58 2017 Tuesday ,21 February

EU, IMF in ‘common position’ on Greece crisis

GMT 14:57 2017 Monday ,20 February

A giant initial public offering on track

GMT 14:50 2017 Monday ,20 February

Energy Market Research

GMT 09:38 2017 Monday ,20 February

Japan returns to trade deficit in January
View News in Arabic - Business: نفط وبتروكيماويات
Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today To hold social dialogue over secondary school

GMT 07:43 2017 Wednesday ,22 February

To hold social dialogue over secondary school
Arab Today, arab today 63-Year-Old Woman Delivers Baby

GMT 12:35 2017 Tuesday ,21 February

63-Year-Old Woman Delivers Baby
Arab Today, arab today Small ponds have outsized impact

GMT 15:53 2017 Tuesday ,21 February

Small ponds have outsized impact
Arab Today, arab today Pluto's unruly moons

GMT 06:31 2015 Thursday ,04 June

Pluto's unruly moons
Arab Today, arab today Nissan enhances sales in most markets

GMT 14:08 2017 Monday ,20 February

Nissan enhances sales in most markets
Arab Today, arab today Competes Sweden and Germans by S90

GMT 22:36 2017 Thursday ,16 February

Competes Sweden and Germans by S90
Arab Today, arab today Janat pleased for issuing 'Good Morning'

GMT 06:41 2017 Monday ,20 February

Janat pleased for issuing 'Good Morning'
Arab Today, arab today London to tax old cars

GMT 14:06 2017 Friday ,17 February

London to tax old cars

GMT 06:34 2017 Sunday ,19 February

Ahmed Fahmy stresses he did not ignore singing

GMT 06:50 2017 Wednesday ,15 February

Tragic fluctuations of Bakhtiari's life revealed

GMT 12:22 2017 Monday ,20 February

Kanye West puts hijab-wearing model

GMT 20:41 2017 Wednesday ,15 February

Teach monkeys to recognize themselves in mirror

GMT 23:29 2017 Thursday ,16 February

Home built on sand castles-style costs $8m

GMT 05:15 2017 Tuesday ,21 February

Omega 3 can reduce asthma cases

GMT 19:16 2017 Friday ,17 February

Aziz House ready to host the tourists

GMT 13:12 2015 Saturday ,09 May

Sheikh Sultan opens Sharjah Centre

GMT 12:39 2017 Monday ,20 February

newest smartphone another winner for Huawei

GMT 16:08 2017 Wednesday ,15 February

Shawsh reveals her collection "Jewelry of dreams"
Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today
 
 Arab Today Facebook,arab today facebook  Arab Today Twitter,arab today twitter Arab Today Rss,arab today rss  Arab Today Youtube,arab today youtube  Arab Today Youtube,arab today youtube
arabstoday arabstoday arabstoday arabstoday
arabstoday arabstoday arabstoday
arabstoday
بناية النخيل - رأس النبع _ خلف السفارة الفرنسية _بيروت - لبنان
arabstoday, Arabstoday, Arabstoday