Kuwait Construction

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In what ways can the private sector help consolidate the real estate market into an alternative to the stock market for international investors?

 

After several years of weak performance the Kuwait construction market saw a marked rebound in 2014. Several major infrastructure developments in the transport, power and water sectors have been tendered or are in the process of being awarded. Further to this, strong economic performance and the government’s commitment to reform have sustained...

 

The rapid pace of development for large-scale real estate projects in Kuwait has led to increased demand for companies that can manage these facilities. In particular, owners of high-end properties are seeking support to maintain the premium brand image of their properties. While this sector is still in the nascent stages in Kuwait, a growing...

 

Kuwait’s construction sector has witnessed significant growth over the last year, as the government has approved a number of major infrastructure and development projects across key sectors. While there are concerns that some projects may be delayed, the government has taken a number of steps to help assure players in the construction industry...

 

In the years following the global financial crisis, Kuwait’s real estate sector is in a position of renewed strength. The residential segment, traditionally the most robust in the market, has shown signs of growth since 2012, with public and private sector players developing new offerings that cater to rising demand for housing. High per...

Chapter | Construction & Real Estate from The Report: Kuwait 2015

The Kuwaiti construction market saw a marked rebound in 2014, with the government moving forward with key developments in a number of sectors. The Public Authority for Housing and Welfare has a mandate to provide housing for 2.6m people by 2030. The country’s oil and gas sector was a major contributor to the country’s resurgence in construction projects, with oil and gas projects representing...