UAE Contracting

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UAE is about to witness a high growth in contracting sector. There was a 36.2% growth in the construction sector and its share in GDP reached to 9% in.....

Summary

UAE is about to witness a high growth in contracting sector. There was a 36.2% growth in the construction sector and its share in GDP reached to 9% in 2013. Like the UAE economy, UAE’s contracting sector too is the second largest in the GCC region. The construction industry underwent a slow growth during economic crisis of 2008, but now on the back of large government spending in the non-oil sector, increase in number of projects and UAE winning the contract for Expo 2020, the construction companies in UAE have recovered successfully. The UAE construction sector will have a strong growth due to availability of new mega projects as well as from the restart of the previously interrupted projects.
 
This research provides in-depth look into the UAE contracting industry.  It elaborately discusses sector-wise ongoing projects, prevalent industry architecture, key demand drivers and challenges faced by the industry. Since the Dubai and Abu Dhabi are the dominant markets for the contracting industry, an analysis concentrating these two regions is incorporated. Also, included is the financial performance evaluation of some the key listed contracting companies – Arabtec Holding PJSC and Drake & Scull International PJSC.

TOC

  1.  Executive Summary
  2. Overview of UAE Contracting Sector
    • Industry Architecture
    • Economic Overview
    • Size & Growth of Contracting Industry
    • FDI (Foreign Direct Investment)
  3. Industry Verticals
    • Real Estate Development
    • Oil & Gas
    • Infrastructural Development
    • Power and Water
    • Petrochemicals
  4. World Expo 2020
  5. Key Growth Drivers of UAE Contracting
    • Government Spending
    • Government Policies
    • Increasing Income levels
    • Urbanization and Demographics
    • Increase in international tourist arrivals
  6. Industry Challenges
    • Globalization
    • High dependency on Government
    • Rising Domestic Competition
    • Decrease in fiscal reserves
    • Housing Bubble
    • Declining Liquidity
    • Labor Paying Conditions
    • Inflation
  7. Abu Dhabi and Dubai Construction Sector
    • Abu Dhabi Construction
    • Dubai Construction Sector
  8. Key Players
    • Arabtec Holding PJSC, UAE
    • Drake & Scull International PJSC (DSI)
    • Regional Comparison of UAE construction sector
    • Future Prospects in GCC Construction Sector
  9. APPENDIX
    • Top 25 Mega Projects in GCC

Tables & Charts

Tables
2.1: GCC Countries GDP (USD bn)
2.2: Key Economic Indicators for UAE as of 2015
3.1: Top 10 Projects in Real Estate
3.2: Top 10 Projects in Oil & Gas
3.3: Top 10 Projects in Infrastructure
3.4: Top 10 Projects in Power & Water
3.5: Top 10 Projects in Petrochemicals
5.1: UAE Economic Indicators with global and regional peers
7.1: Top 10 Projects in Abu Dhabi
8.1: Newly Awarded Projects to Arabtech Construction in 2015
8.2: Ongoing Projects for Arabtech Construction as of 2015
8.3: Completed Projects by Arabtech Construction as of 2015
8.4: Key Financials – Arabtec Holding
8.5: Key Ratios - Arabtec Holding 
8.6: Key Financials – Drake & Scull International
8.7: Key Ratios - Drake & Scull International
8.8: GCC Building Type and Cost
9.1: GCC Top 25 Projects  

Charts
2.1: Contracting Network
2.2: EPC Framework
2.3: Tender Price Index as of Dec 2014, Base Year 2002 Index = 100
2.4: FDI Net Inflows, USD Million
3.1: UAE Sector-wise Value of Projects in Pipeline as of April 2015 (USD mn)
3.2: Sector wise projects in pipeline as of 2015, UAE
3.3: Sub Sector Wise Real Estate Projects in Pipeline, as of April 2015 (USD mn) 
3.4: Sub Sector Wise Oil & Gas Projects in Pipeline, as of April 2015 (USD mn) 
3.5: Sub Sector Wise Projects in Infrastructure in Pipeline, as of April 2015 (USD mn) 
3.6: Sub Sector Wise Power and Water Projects in Pipeline, as of April 2015 (USD mn) 
3.7: Sub Sector Wise Power and Water Projects in Pipeline, as of April 2015 (USD mn) 
5.1: UAE Government Spending  , in Million USD
5.2: Government Expenditure by Sector Classification, 2014
5.3: GDP per Capita (PPP), in USD
5.4: Annual and Disposable Income, in USD
5.5: UAE Population in million
5.6: International Overnight Visitors to Dubai
6.1: Reliance on different sources of investment
6.2: Net Profit Margin 2010-2014 
6.3: Cash Cycle (in Days), 2010-2014
6.4: Inflation Index UAE, Base year 2000 = 100
7.1: Sub Sector Wise Real Estate Projects in Pipeline as of 2015 (USD mn) 
7.2: Sub Sector Wise Real Estate Projects in Pipeline as of April 2015 (USD mn) 
7.3: Sub Sector Wise Real Estate Projects in Pipeline as of April 2015 (USD mn) 
7.4: Dubai Construction Sector, % y/y
7.5: Dubai Major Construction Materials Group Cost Index
7.6: Dubai Construction Projects % of total UAE construction projects
7.7: Top 10 Dubai Construction projects awarded in 2014, USD billion
8.1: Value of Construction Output, USD billion (2013)
8.2: Construction output, Share in GDP (%) (2013)
8.3: Projects to be awarded in 2014-16
8.4: Share of Respondents expecting growth
8.5: Total Projects Value in building sector in GCC, USD million
8.6: GCC Building Contracts Awarded, USD Million
8.7: GCC Building Contractor by Country
8.8: Share in Regional Construction Market (Based on 2013 Construction Output)

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