With the economies opening and putting better show, the GCC Construction sector witnesses a huge recovery


For countering the transmission of COVID-19 Pandemic crisis, the native economies have started to ease out boundaries as the construction activity witnessed a huge surge.

The latest data as shown from BNC intelligence revealed that with the onset of July month, the GCC construction arena, has started a comeback by making a recovery, post showing a poor performance during the previous months of pandemic crisis was on surge.

With an estimated 22 thousand active projects, the native construction market is valued at $2.4 trillion, thereby making a better recovery, that witnessed $11.6 billion worth of new projects announced as during in July as compared to $11.9 billion for the whole of second-quarter, despite the COVID-19 crisis still prevalent.

Avin Gidwani, CEO of Industry Networks stated that “the month of July reinstated a better beginning for the post-Covid developing for the GCC Construction arena with the better business emergence, taking almost nothing too lightly as well as abide by away from the temptation of utilization of the historical to forecast the future.”

This surge in constructional activity is all attributable towards the flexing out of the closed boundaries by the native national economies for countering the further movement in COVID-19 pandemic crisis. There is an estimated net value of $30.7 Billion completed construction ventures, wherein the latest projects valued at $11.6 Billion was announced during July.

The kingdom of Saudi Arabia has made newer set of announcements during the month of July, with an estimated net worth valued at $8.4 billion latest scheme announcements, Oman following it with $2.2 billion latest announcements.

While contracts valued in total at $4.1 billion were awarded in the GCC within the UAE as well as the Qatar’s contribution at 52 percent and 28 percent, respectively. The trade sector contributed 44 percent of the total value of the latest project announcements followed by the city construction sector with 35 percent contribution.

Rizwan Sajan, founder and the chairman concerning Danube Group, currently stated the worst is over and the overall outlook for the segment is better.

Sajan stated further that “With the opening up over the economies, we can witness a lot concerning actions, regardless of the summer time season. The financial happenings as well as building works intention develop hand-in-hand beside now on. So, we are really excited respecting the prospects.

The 2nd half of this year must obviously keep plenty higher as much commercial enterprise confidence or enterprise things to do are up,”. BNC spoke of mega tasks were introduced among Saudi Arabia as well as the Oman inclusive of the $5-billion Green Hydrogen-Based Ammonia Production Facility in the Neom Economic Zone, the $2 billion mixed-use improvement introduced for Durrat Al Nakheel between Al Khobar then the $1.5 billion Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (LSFO) Refinery between Oman.


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