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Middle East Economic Engineering e-Bulletin -   previous page

SERVING THE MIDDLE EAST ECONOMIC & ENGINEERING SECTOR

MEEF    
Sunday April 1st, 2007

 

 

Bulletin No. 0907

Featured Event

Construction underway at Dh16b World Trade District
Dubai: Dubai took a major step towards meeting demand for prime office space yesterday with construction getting underway on the first phase of the Dh16 billion Dubai World Trade District masterplan.

The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by Shaikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates airline and group and Vice-Chairman of the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).

Projects  of the Week

 

 

Siemens Targeting Dubai power
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) is planning to invest US $13.6 million (AED50 billion) on power, sewerage and desalination plants between now and 2012. Sayeed Mohammed Al Tayer, managing director and CEO of the state-run utility made the announcement during Wetex 2007 - the Dubai-based water, energy and environment exhibition - in March.

 

 

 

Middle East Water Crisis  
Water is the most important resource in the Arab region at present, and it will be scarce in the future. It is one of several elements which will shape and influence the region in the 21st century, including demographic growth, technology, multilateral and regional trade agreements, as well as peace and political stability in the Middle East.

 

 

 

 

Marsh seeks QFC license; eyes energy, health sectors
Marsh, a $5bn risk and insurance services provider with a clientele including Qatargas, RasGas and Shell, is keen to establish a branch in the Qatar Financial Centre, eyeing the country’s construction, energy and health sectors in a big way.
 

 

 

 

 

Middle East Project & Press Release Archive
Current and upcoming projects daily updates

Resources in Recycling

Hilman Rollers
Hilman Rollers are high capacity, low profile roller dollies used for moving, shifting and positioning extremely heavy weights. Used as machinery dollies, load skates, slides, low profile wheels, casters, guides, linear bearings, or heavy-duty conveyors, and with capacities ranging from .75 to over 5,000 tons, Hilman Rollers are the solution for practically every heavy-moving situation. Since 1953, Hilman Rollers has addressed applications in numerous industries, including oil and gas exploration, bridge building, heavy construction, ship building, research equipment, structural moving, power generation manufactured housing, and many others. Solve even your most complex moving needs with Hilman Rollers.

More CyberShow Exhibitors:
From over 45 countries exhibiting building material, construction supplies & services.

 

Research - Environment

Tire Scrap in Asphalt Concrete
Approximately 280 million tires are discarded each year by American motorists, approximately one tire for every person in the United States. Around 30 million of these tires are retreaded or reused, leaving roughly 250 million scrap tires to be managed annually. About 85 percent of these scrap tires are automobile tires, the remainder being truck tires. Besides the need to manage these scrap tires, it has been estimated that there may be as many as 2 to 3 billion tires that have accumulated over the years and are contained in numerous stockpiles.

Engineering Articles 

 

Architectural Glossary 
Roman Architecture Glossary
Concrete Glossary
Plastics Abbreviations
Physics Glossary
C.R.U.M.B Rubber Glossary
Asphalt Rubber Glossary
Plastics Glossary
Structural Engineering Glossary
Material Densities
Gravity

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