The 7th Annual - Mashreq Bank

The 7th Annual - Mashreq Bank

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The region’s No.1 meeting place for Master Developers, Government Authorities, Project Owners, Contractors and the Construction industry

The 7th Annual

12-14 May 2014 • Sofitel Hotel The Palm, Dubai, UAE FEATURED SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Michael Chihoski Chief Operating Officer, King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) (KSA)

Julio De Quesada Group Head, Corporate and Investment Banking, Mashreq (UAE)

Mounib Hammoud Chief Executive Officer, Jeddah Economic Company (JEC) (KSA)

Eng Saad Al Muhailbi Director of Master Planning Department, Kuwait Municipality (KUWAIT)

Imad Ghantous Managing Director – Property, Hyder Consulting Middle East (UAE)

Eng. Nasser AlMaqbali Chief Operating Officer, OMRAN (SULTANATE OF OMAN)

Dr Ali Al Zahrani Director Corporate Planning, General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) (KSA)

Asaad Rashid Director, Grand Faw Port Projects, General Company for Ports of Iraq (GCPI), (REPUBLIC OF IRAQ)

Raja Yousif Al Zayani Chief Strategic Planning & Quality Management, Bahrain Ministry of Public Works (BAHRAIN)

Mr. Luay Khoury President & Chief Executive Officer Projacs International (BAHRAIN)

Abdullah Rafia Assistant General Director of Planning & Engineering Sector, Dubai Municipality (UAE)

Dr. Faysal Alaquil Director, Department of Business Development & CSR, Construction Products Holding Company (CPC) (KSA)

Tawfiq Abu Soud Managing Director,​ Drake & Scull Engineering (UAE)

Umron Ahmed CEO Zurich Global Corporate, Middle East and Africa, Zurich (UAE)

Pierre Sironval Managing Director, Besix - Six Construct (UAE)

Dr Saad AlGadhi Chief Executive Officer, Makkah Mass Rail Transit Company (MMRTC) (KSA)

Ramy Zaghloul Vice President – Development, Meraas Holdings (UAE)

Ramiz Al Assar PhD, World Bank Resident Adviser, Gulf Cooperation CouncilSecretariat General, Riyadh (KSA)

Nino Cingolani Co-Chairman ENR Transformation and Restructuring Program, Egyptian National Railways (ENR) (EGYPT)

Yasmeen Al Rashedi Planning Manager, Estidama Program Implementation & Execution, Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UAE)

Cynthia Corby Partner, Middle East Construction Leader, Deloitte (UAE)

Anthony Holmes Co-Founder & Director, Institute for Infrastructure Studies (UK)

Atter Ezzat Hannoura Director, PPP Central Unit, Ministry of Finance (EGYPT)

Ibrahim Al Sabti Director of Transportation Department, The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the GulfGeneral Secretariat (KSA)

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2014 Welcome to the Arabian World Construction Summit 2014 “The annual Arabian World Construction Summit (AWCS) will this year explore the opportunities and challenges presented by the unprecedented program of Megaprojects being developed in the GCC, Iraq and the wider Middle East and the prospects for the global construction industry following the possible suspension of sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran. “MEED has identified a total of 200 megaprojects with an aggregate value of $1.5tr that is scheduled to be delivered in the next 20 years in key Middle East economies.”

These present unique and unprecedented challenges to the region’s project delivery community. The AWCS will be your best opportunity in 2014 to engage with these projects at an early stage, meet key clients and network with customers and peers. The AWCS will also celebrate the achievements of the Middle East construction industry by showcasing the region’s megaproject success stories. This will culminate in the annual MEED Quality Awards for Projects Awards which will be held on the first day of AWCS 2014.

Featured Speakers Include:



Michael Chihoski Chief Operating Officer, King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) (KSA)

Raja Yousif Al Zayani Chief Strategic Planning & Quality Management, Bahrain Ministry of Public Works (BAHRAIN)

Abdul Majeed Al-Gassab President, Bahrain Society of Engineers (BAHRAIN)

Mohamed Yousif AlBinfalah Chief Executive Officer, Bahrain Airport Company (BAHRAIN)

Tawfiq Abu Soud Managing Director, Drake & Scull Engineering (UAE)

Chiradeep Deb Head, Corporate Finance & Syndications, Mashreq (UAE)

Sultan S. Batterjee Chief Executive Officer, IHCC and President, Lifestyle Developers Ltd (KSA)

Abdullah Rafia Assistant General Director of Planning & Engineering Sector, Dubai Municipality (UAE)

Daniel Hajjar Senior Vice President, Regional Manager MEA, HOK (UAE)

Asaad Rashid Director, Grand Faw Port Projects, General Company for Ports of Iraq (GCPI), (REPUBLIC OF IRAQ)

Dr Ali Al Zahrani Director of Corporate Planning, General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) (KSA)

Mr. Luay Khoury President & Chief Executive Officer, Projacs International (UAE)

Julio De Quesada Group Head, Corporate and Investment Banking, Mashreq (UAE)

Mohammed Al Rais Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Hill International (UAE)

Sulaiman S. Al Hudhaili Managing Director, Seiraf LLC & Star Engineering Consultancy, (SULTANATE OF OMAN)

Eng Saad Al Muhailbi Director of Master Planning Department, Kuwait Municipality (KUWAIT)

Uwe Nienstedt Head of Master Planning, King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) (KSA)

Umron Ahmed CEO Zurich Global Corporate, Middle East and Africa, Zurich (UAE)

Eng. Nasser Al-Maqbali Chief Operating Officer, OMRAN (SULTANATE OF OMAN)

Ivano Iannelli Chief Executive Officer, Dubai Carbon Centre for Excellence (UAE)

Tibor Kovats Director – Planning, Hyder Consulting Middle East (UAE)

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2014

Speakers Include:

Imad Ghantous Managing Director – Property, Hyder Consulting Middle East (UAE)

Nino Cingolani Co-Chairman ENR Transformation and Restructuring Program, Egyptian National Railways (ENR) (EGYPT)

Ahmad Khalil Ports and Marine Sector Leader, Middle East, EC Harris International Ltd (UAE)

Dr. Faysal Alaquil Director of the Department of Business Development & CSR, Construction Products Holding Company (CPC) (KSA)

Yasmeen Al Rashedi Planning Manager, Estidama Program Implementation & Execution, Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UAE)

Khalid Al-Olayan Deputy Director, Transportation Department, The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the GulfGeneral Secretariat (KSA)

Mounib Hammoud Chief Executive Officer, Jeddah Economic Company (JEC) (KSA)

Mohsin Mortada General Manager, Arcardis Water Middle East (UAE)

Pierre Sironval Managing Director, BESIX - Six Construct (UAE)

Cynthia Corby Partner, Middle East Construction Leader, Deloitte (UAE)

Musa Demirkazik Vice President - Strategic Planning & Business Development, Nesma and Partners Co. Ltd (KSA)

Dr Saad AlGadhi Managing Director, Makkah Public Transport Program (MPTP), and Chief Executive Officer, Makkah Mass Rail Transit Company (MMRTC) (KSA)

Andrew Jeffery Director, Infrastructure & Capital Projects Advisory Deloitte Corporate Finance Limited (UAE)

Hervé Faujour Technical & Performance Director, Middle East, Veolia Environnement (UAE)

Martin Cooper Director, Real Estate, Deloitte (UAE)

Ramy Zaghloul Vice President – Development, Meraas Holdings (UAE)

Alan Stevens Vice President, AECOM (UAE)

Peter Shaw-Smith Contributing Editor -Middle East, Aviation International News (UAE)

Anthony Holmes Co-Founder & Director Institute for Infrastructure Studies (UK)

Mark Hansford Interim Editor, New Civil Engineer (UK)

Ramiz Al Assar PhD, World Bank - Resident Adviser Gulf Cooperation Council- Secretariat General, Riyadh (KSA)

Atter Ezzat Hannoura Director, PPP Central Unit, Ministry of Finance – Egypt (EGYPT)

Ibrahim Al Sabti Director of Transportation Department, The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the GulfGeneral Secretariat (KSA) Mazen A. Alani Managing Director Middle East, Black & Veatch (KSA)

John Achari MEA Director of Urban Planning, Parsons (UAE)

John Mackenzie Marketing & Business Development Director, National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC) (UAE)

AWCS is the most comprehensive “KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER & BUSINESS EXCHANGE” for the region’s Middle East project owners, developers and contractors

Book and pay before 15 April 2014 and save up to US$500! Call +971 (0)4 818 0224 to register today!

2014 In association with:

Benefits of attending: MEEDs Arabian World Construction Summit (AWCS) delivers the critical market intelligence and construction know how for all of the region’s growing Middle East construction sectors!

• Network with and hear from regional Ministries and Government authorities giving critical insights into new challenging construction projects, Master Plan initiatives and Master Developments

• Question with and listen to the Project Owners and

our Expert Speaker Faculty who are developing key client solutions for Master Planning Conceptualization, Design and Build out

• Financing

solutions and capital initiatives for the value chain and the solutions for GCC project owners, developers, contractors, sub-contractors and MEPC partners

• How

to increase the effectiveness of your project management practices - Access to the best “best practices” in world class design, reducing costs and improving delivery of complex projects throughout the total project and asset lifecycle

• Develop an edge in winning mandates and in gaining market advantage by joint venturing, consortia building and subcontracting and in gearing up for new Middle East opportunities

• Regional

analysis and client focused sectorial coverage of GCC Real Estate, Dynamic Social Infrastructure, Industrial and Business zones, Rail, Airports, Marine & Environmental projects, Water, Special projects and Sustainable projects

“Very worthwhile and a good opportunity to network” Roy Heatherington, Manager, Ducab

“Great opportunity to get a comprehensive market synopsis” Gautham Surendran, Deputy Manager, Al Ghurair Iron & Steel LLC

“Simply fantastic, keep up the good work!” Ashok Belani, Consultant – MENA Region, Enterprise Ireland

“A very good showcase of the regions construction markets and opportunities” Eshan Toorabally, Equity Analyst, Goldman Sachs International

“It was very helpful for our preparation for winning projects. It was very impressive” Matsuhiro Yanai, General Manager, Taisei Corporation

2014 Recognising quality construction projects in the GCC

12 May 2014, 19:00 to 23:00 Sofitel Hotel The Palm, Dubai, UAE www.meedawards.com For the 4th year, MEED, the leading supplier of business intelligence in the Middle East will celebrate the amazing success of the projects sector in the GCC. Hosted at the Sofitel Hotel The Palm, Dubai, the awards will provide a unique coming together of the project owners and key project teams in construction, engineering, architecture, design and innovation with the region for an evening of recognition and celebration. This event is always a sell-out so book your table now to guarantee your company a premium position in the room. Book your table to: • Gain unrivalled business opportunities to network with leaders in the projects industry • Congratulate your clients and your team on success • Form important new business relationships • Meet with friends and colleagues from the industry • Celebrate the industry’s achievements Make your selection from one of the table packages below: 1. VIP Table Package: US$ 12,500 • Table of 10 in a primary position amongst key guests • Your brand (logo) in the awards programme • Your logo on-screen thank-you presentation slide and onsite signage • Invitation-only welcome reception & awards presentation • 3 course dinner with beverages and live entertainment 2. Standard Package: US$ 4,800 This includes a table of 10 with an invitation-only welcome reception, awards presentation, 3 course dinner with beverages and live entertainment. 3. Standard Seat: US$700 Please contact Jibraan Abdul on +971 (0)4 818 0327 or email [email protected] to book your table today!

AWCS is the most comprehensive “KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER & BUSINESS EXCHANGE” for the region’s Middle East project owners, developers and contractors

2014 Day 1: Monday 12 May 2014 08:15

Registration and morning coffee

08:50 Chairman’s opening remarks: Edmund O’Sullivan, Chairman, MEED (UAE)

SOLUTION BASED DELIVERY STRATEGIES FOR THE REGION’S COMPLEX MULTI DISCIPLINED CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Keynote Address & Case Study: 09:00 “Solutions and lessons learnt - best practices in delivering multi-disciplined Mega and Sub Mega-Projects

MEETING SPECIFIC CLIENT NEEDS – WORKING WITH THE REGION’S MASTER PLANNERS AND MAJOR PROJECT OWNERS Keynote Address – Case Study: 09:30 “King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) and the challenges of implementing the Master Plan” Michael Chihoski, Chief Operating Officer, King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) (KSA) Keynote Address – Case Study: 10:00 “Latest developments for the Jeddah Economic Company and the Jeddah Kingdom Tower” Mounib Hammoud, Chief Executive Officer, Jeddah Economic Company (JEC) (KSA) Case Study: 10:30 “Effective Program Management” 11:00

Morning tea and coffee

Panel discussion forum: 11:30 “Translating the Master Planning into a construction reality” GCC Master Planning and Mega construction projects and execution – the client’s perspective Moderator: Edmund O’Sullivan, Chairman, MEED (UAE) Panelists: Julio De Quesada, Group Head, Corporate and Investment Banking, Mashreq (UAE) Tibor Kovats, Director – Planning, Hyder Consulting Middle East (UAE) Uwe Nienstedt, Head of Master Planning, King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) (KSA) Eng Saad Saad Saud Muhailbi, Director of Master Planning Department, Kuwait Municipality (KUWAIT) John Achari, MEA Director of Urban Planning,Parsons (UAE)

JOINT VENTURES, PARTNERING AND SUBCONTRACTING FOR KEY MENA CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, SECTORS AND MARKETS Panel discussion forum: 12:00 “MENA market Joint Ventures and Sub- Contracting - evaluating your counterparties and choosing the best partners and subcontractors for regional projects and new market opportunities and entrance” Moderator: Mark Hansford, Interim Editor, NCE (UK) Panelists: Luay Khoury, President and Chief Executive Officer, Projacs International (UAE) Tawfiq Abu Soud, Managing Director, Drake & Scull Engineering (UAE) Dr. Faysal Alaquil, Director, Department of Business Development & CSR, Construction Products Holding Company (CPC) (KSA) Musa Demirkazik, Vice President - Strategic Planning & Business Development, Nesma and Partners Co. Ltd (KSA) Case Study: 12:30 “New client requirements and the construction solutions for Industrial & Business Zones” 13:00 Afternoon lunch and networking

MIXED DEVELOPMENTS AND GCC REAL ESTATE – MANAGING THE OPPORTUNITIES Panel discussion forum: 14:00 “Opportunities in Mixed Use Developments” Moderator: Edmund O’Sullivan, Chairman, MEED (UAE) Panelists: Daniel Hajjar, Senior Vice President, Regional Manager MEA, HOK (UAE) Ramy Zaghloul, Vice President – Development, Meraas Holdings (UAE) Panel discussion forum: 14:30 “GCC Real Estate opportunities - meeting the growing demand for private Residential and Social Housing developments “ Moderator: Edmund O’Sullivan, Chairman, MEED (UAE) Panelists: Imad Ghantous, Managing Director – Property, Hyder Consulting Middle East (UAE) Mounib Hammoud, Chief Executive Officer, Jeddah Economic Company (JEC) (KSA) Mohammed Al Rais, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Hill International (UAE) Ivano Iannelli, Chief Executive Officer, Dubai Carbon Centre for Excellence (UAE) Martin Cooper, Director, Real Estate, Deloitte (UAE)

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2014 Day 2: Tuesday 13 May 2014

Day 1: Monday 12 May 2014 CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS FOR ENHANCED PROJECT QUALITY ASSURANCE 15:10 “Complete Building Solutions for the region’s complex construction projects” Dr. Faysal Alaquil, Director, Department of Business Development & CSR, Construction Products Holding Company (CPC) (KSA) 15:30

Afternoon tea and coffee

GEARING UP FOR THE GROWING DEMAND IN MIDDLE EAST WATER INFRASTRUCTURE BUILD AND SUSTAINABLE WATER PROJECTS Project Case Study: 16:00 “Not wasting the wastewater, NWC plans for the future in Makkah” The National Water Company and the Master Planning exercise looking at providing a balanced water portfolio for the City of Makkah Mohsin Mortada, General Manager, Arcardis Water Middle East (UAE) Project Case Study: 16:30 “Wadi Dayqah Dam - more than a major feat of engineering” Mazen A. Alani, Managing Director, Middle East, Black & Veatch (KSA) Project Case Study: 17:00 “The Fujairah Desalination Plant and Project” Hervé Faujour, Technical & Performance Director, Middle East, Veolia Environnement (UAE)

17:30

Chairman’s closing remarks

19:00 MEED Quality Awards for Projects 2014, in association with InMashreq ceremony association with:

08:15

“Deloitte GCC Construction Industry Breakfast Briefing” 09:15 • The GCC Construction & Infrastructure market overview and analysis • Case study: Preparing an effective 100-day plan to mobilise diverse infrastructure projects and considerations for effective commercial & financial governance • Interactive industry survey Cynthia Corby, Partner, Middle East Construction Leader, Deloitte (UAE) Andrew Jeffery, Director, Infrastructure Capital Projects Advisory, Deloitte Corporate Finance Limited (UAE)

Chairman’s opening remarks 09:20 Mark Hansford, Interim Editor, New Civil Engineer (UK)

MAKING THE REGION’S CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS WORK - GETTING THE RIGHT FINANCING IN PLACE AND ENABLING INVESTMENT

Opening Keynote Address: 09:30 “Supporting GCC construction projects with flexible financing and appropriate structured financing” HSBC (confirmed pending speaker)  Panel discussion forum: 10:00 “Financing solutions and capital initiatives for the value chain – solutions for GCC project owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors and MEPC partners” Moderator: Mark Hansford, Interim Editor, New Civil Engineer (UK) Panelists: Chiradeep Deb, Head, Corporate Finance & Syndications, Mashreq (UAE) Atter Ezzat Hannoura, Director, PPP Central Unit,

2014 Recognising quality construction projects in the GCC

Registration and morning coffee

Ministry of Finance – Egypt (EGYPT) HSBC (confirmed pending speaker)

CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AND BUILDING

THE REGION’S NEW DYNAMIC SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Ministerial Keynote Address: 10:30 “Funding programs for Dynamic Social Infrastructure Projects” Atter Ezzat Hannoura, Director, PPP Central Unit, Ministry of Finance (EGYPT)

AWCS is the most comprehensive “KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER & BUSINESS EXCHANGE” for the region’s Middle East project owners, developers and contractors

2014 Day 2: Tuesday 13 May 2014 11:00

Morning tea and coffee

Ministerial Keynote Address: 11:30 “Kuwait’s Social Infrastructure objectives and the National Physical Plan Strategy for Social Housing” Eng Saad Saad Saud Muhailbi, Director of Master Planning Department, Kuwait Municipality (KUWAIT)

12:00

Panel discussion forum: “Project owners GCC case study series – designing and managing diverse social infrastructure projects including Hospitals, Schools and Universities” Moderator: Julian Herbert, Head of MEED Projects, MEED (UAE)

Panelists: Sultan S. Batterjee, Chief Executive Officer, IHCC and President, Lifestyle Developers Ltd (KSA) Eng. Nasser Al-Maqbali, Chief Operating Officer, OMRAN (SULTANATE OF OMAN)

Raja Yousif Al Zayani, Chief Strategic Planning & Quality Management, Bahrain Ministry of Public Works (BAHRAIN)

MANAGING PROJECT RISKS AND IMPLEMENTING BEST PRACTICES Panel discussion 12:30 “The planning and delivery of Mega Projects key risks and mitigations” Moderator: Mark Hansford, Interim Editor, New Civil Engineer (UK)

Panelist: Umron Ahmed, CEO Zurich Global Corporate, Middle East and Africa, Zurich (UAE) Abdul Majeed Al-Gassab, President, Bahrain Society of Engineers (BAHRAIN)

Sulaiman S. Al Hudhaili, Managing Director, Seiraf LLC & Star Engineering Consultancy (OMAN)



Anthony Holmes, Co-Founder & Director, Institute for Infrastructure Studies (UK)

13:00

Lunch and networking

INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY – PLANNING AND DESIGNING FOR LEADING SUSTAINABLE ASSETS AND PROJECTS 14:00

Keynote Address - Case Study: “ Making sustainability a reality across and throughout the region’s construction businesses” Abdullah Mohammed Rafia, Assistant General Director of Planning & Engineering Sector, Dubai Municipality (UAE) (pending confirmation)

14:30

Keynote Address - Case Study: “Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council’s Estidama Program Implementation and execution for Vision 2030” Yasmeen Al Rashedi, Planning Manager, Estidama Program Implementation & Execution, Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UAE)

GCC TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS CONSTRUCTING THE REGION’S RAIL, METRO AND URBAN TRANSPORT SYSTEMS Keynote Address: 15:00 “GCC Rail and Procurement for Mega projects” Ramiz Al Assar, PhD, World Bank - Resident Adviser, Gulf Cooperation Council- Secretariat

General, Riyadh (KSA)

Ibrahim Al Sabti, Director of Transportation Department, The Cooperation Council for the

Arab States of the Gulf-General Secretariat (KSA)

15:30

Afternoon tea and coffee

Project Case Study: 16:00 “Developments in ENR’s Transformation and Restructuring Program” Nino Cingolani, Co-Chairman ENR Transformation and Restructuring Program, Egyptian National Railways (ENR) (EGYPT)

16:20

Project Case Study: “Makkah Public Transport Program (MPTP) – Facts and Challenges” Dr Saad AlGadhi, Managing Director, Makkah Public Transport Program (MPTP), and Chief Executive Officer, Makkah Mass Rail Transit Company (MMRTC) (KSA)

Project Case Study: 16:40 Presentation Panel discussion forum: 17:00 “GCC Rail, High Speed Rail, Rail Freight, Metro and Tram Projects” Moderator: Julian Herbert, Head of MEED Projects, MEED (UAE) Panelists: Pierre Sironval, Managing Director, Besix - Six Construct (UAE)

Ramiz Al Assar, PhD, World Bank - Resident Adviser, Gulf Cooperation Council- Secretariat General, Riyadh (KSA)

Ibrahim Al Sabti, Director of Transportation Department, The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf-General Secretariat (KSA)

Khalid Al-Olayan, Deputy Director, Transportation Department, The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf-General Secretariat (KSA)

17:30

End of day two

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2014

Day 3: Wednesday 28 May 2014

08:30 Registration and morning coffee 08:50 C  hairman’s opening remarks: Julian Herbert, Head of MEED Projects, MEED (UAE)

GCC TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS – MENA PORT CONSTRUCTION, ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS AND MARINE WORKS Project Case Study: 09:00 “Construction of Al-Faw Grand Port” Asaad Rashid, Director, Grand Faw Port Projects, General Company for Ports of Iraq (GCPI), (REPUBLIC OF IRAQ) Project Case Study: 09:30 “Port Planning, Design, Dredging & Construction” Project Case Study 10:00 “The Zakum Island Project” John Mackenzie, Marketing & Business Development Director, National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC) (UAE) Panel discussion forum: 10:30 “MENA Ports - project case studies and developments for port project delivery” Moderator: Julian Herbert, Head of MEED Projects, MEED (UAE) Panelists: Pierre Sironval, Managing Director, Besix - Six Construct (UAE) Ahmad Khalil, Ports and Marine Sector Leader, Middle East, EC Harris International Ltd (UAE) Asaad Rashid, Director, Grand Faw Port Projects, General Company for Ports of Iraq (GCPI), (REPUBLIC OF IRAQ) 11:00

Morning tea and coffee

TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS – GCC AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION PIPELINE AND PROJECT INITIATIVES Keynote Address: 11:30 “World-class Airport designs, construction and project execution – meeting the demands of a growing Middle East market with new airport projects and expansion capabilities” Dr Ali Al Zahrani, Director Corporate Planning, General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) (KSA)  Seminar discussion forum: 12:00 “Major GCC airport development programs and projected projects” Moderator: Peter Shaw-Smith, Contributing Editor -- Middle East, Aviation International News (UAE)

Panelists: Dr Ali Al Zahrani, Director Corporate Planning, General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) (KSA) Mohamed Yousif Al- Binfalah, Chief Executive Officer, Bahrain Airport Company (BAHRAIN) Alan Stevens, Vice President, AECOM (UAE) 13:00 Lunch and networking

MANPOWER, GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND CONTRACT STRATEGIES 14:00 Manpower Government regulations and the impact on contract strategies • Pricing, risk management and project delivery • The conundrum of uniform implementation? Sulaiman S. Al Hudhaili, Managing Director, Seiraf LLC & Star Engineering Consultancy (OMAN)

INFRASTRUCTURE MEGA PROJECT

DEVELOPMENT & EXECUTION

MASTER CLASS 14:30 – 17:30 Anthony Holmes, Co-Founder & Director, Institute for Infrastructure Studies (UK) What you will gain from attending the seminar • This two part seminar has been designed to explore the factors that make large complex infrastructure projects unconventional • You will learn why these projects are frequently delayed and exceed their original budget and the methodologies that can minimise this. • You will acquire an understanding of the principal risks that are embedded in projects as a result of subjective inputs such as optimism bias and anchoring. How these can minimise profit, disrupt project management, lead to contract disputes and breaches of financial covenants • Several techniques for avoiding these biases will be presented and discussed • Developments in risk appraisal and management will be explored, especially the concept of ‘dark risk’, and you will understand how visualising these projects as networks rather than hierarchies offers better control • You will gain a basic understanding of how the principle of agglomeration explains the clustering of projects and provides insight into the nature and location of future developments 14:30

Setting the context: “Understanding the scale of infrastructure investment and the underlying trend(s) especially with respect to the incidence of delays and overspend” • What is meant by “Complex” Mega Projects and how these differ from other Mega Projects

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2014 Day 3: Wednesday 28 May 2014 The Preparatory Stage: “Devising Project objectives: - how they are set and whether they can be achieved” (Including reference to BOT projects and the acceptance of financial risk) • What can be done to identify and reduce optimism bias and other distortions • Understanding how risk is distributed across the development and ORAT phases • How should risk should be reflected in contracts, finance and project management. • The way in which project outcomes are distorted by problems with the procurement strategies of both clients and contractors • The implications of relying on project management techniques developed to manage “Complicated” projects that are less effective in “Complex” environments • The need for “Adaptable Contracts with risk pools and incentives to balance penalties” • Is a “New Business Model necessary?” 15:45

Afternoon tea and refreshments The Development Stage: “Analysis of the phases of development and how the profile of risks is disproportionate to the pattern of expenditure” • Exploring methodologies that can be employed to identify and manage these risks • Programme management as a set of sequential steps or a network • The emerging importance of system integration

Post Completion Stage: “Determining the possibility of a significant increase in the number and scale of contractual disputes and the effect litigation will have on continuing and new projects” • Why contractors should not discard the information generated by the current infrastructure boom and how it can be collected systematically • How data could influence and generate profit in subsequent developments • “Linking Mega Projects that may be conceived as independent entities” • Integrating programmes to avoid the problems of piecemeal development • “Agglomeration” and the “Expectation and reality of benefits arising from clusters of mega projects combining to deliver local or regional economic growth and diversity” 17:15 Concluding closing remarks and end of conference

Sponsorship and Exhibition opportunities Why sponsor the Arabian World Construction Summit (AWCS) 2014 MEED offer a comprehensive set of marketing solutions and benefits that can significantly promote your leadership and offerings in the Middle East construction sector, whilst reinforcing and delivering a respected corporate message driving increased client awareness and your positive intent in this space We can assist you in: SHOWCASING AND PRESENTING YOUR SKILLS Give your business the best possible platform in front of your clients and potential clients, show your technical and professional excellence and your expertise HIGHLIGHTING YOUR CORE COMPETENCIES Showcase your project successes and case studies and ways in which you have worked with international and regional clients successfully PROMOTING YOUR BUSINESS CAPABILITIES INTO NEW MARKETS Across the GCC and MENA region there are many projects at different phases of development, from early design, to tender and in phase build out. This is the meeting place for key stakeholders who are developing these projects giving you access, intelligence and networking opportunities enabling you to promote your skills and presence in brand new markets INCREASING YOUR PROFILE AND PRESENCE Greatly increase your profile by positioning yourself as a leading market player and solution provider within the client value chain POSITIONING YOU WITH YOUR BUSINESS PARTNERS Firmly align yourself with potential business partners and stakeholders, position yourself as the No1, supplier and partner of choice DIRECT INTRODUCTIONS AND NETWORKING Take full advantage of all our networking functions we are offering through our networking breaks, Lunches, Gala Dinner and Awards and drinks receptions. We will also assist in your guest wish listing EXHIBITING AND DEMONSTRATING At our AWCS Exhibition area you can demonstrate and feature the best solutions for the construction projects industry, your client base and your customers, Take full advantage of your presence at the event and take this essential networking opportunity to meet with as many of your customers as you can in two days - show what you have to offer the construction industry and project owners!

For full details of all speaking, marketing, exhibition and sponsorship opportunities please email [email protected] or call our team on +971(0)4 8180224

Feature over 50 of the Region’s Key Experts and Mega Projects Owners!

2014 About our Leading sponsors Strategic Partner:

Construction Products Holding Company(CPC) is a dynamic and reputable entity possessing a wealth of global experience in construction products serving elite clients. CPC’s head office is in Jeddah, with branches in Riyadh, Bahra, Dammam, Damascus, Abu Dhabi, Cairo, Doha and Mumbai. Under the professional and experienced staff, our branches specialize in vital elements for any construction project including Steel, Marble, Granite, Precast Concrete, Glass, Adhesives, Ready Mix, Electric Cables, Electromechanic, Aluminum, and Wood Products and a rental equipment company. Together they provide the industry with all their requirements from One Industrial Park. By implementing these strategic principles along with the National Industrial Strategy of Saudi Arabia, it represents a conscious effort to fulfill our vision of…. “Your Complete Building Solution”

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HSBC is the largest and most widely represented international banking organisation in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), with a presence in 13 countries across the region. HSBC has operations in the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Algeria and the Palestinian Autonomous Area. In Saudi Arabia, HSBC is a 40% shareholder of Saudi British Bank (SABB), and a 49% shareholder of HSBC Saudi Arabia for investment banking in the Kingdom. HSBC also maintains a representative office in Libya. This presence, the widest reach of any bank in the region, comprises some 295 offices and around 12,000 employees. In the first half of 2013, HSBC in the MENA region made a profit before tax of US$909m. HSBC Holdings plc, the parent company of the HSBC Group, is headquartered in London. The Group serves customers worldwide from around 6,300 offices in 75 countries and territories in Europe, Hong Kong, Rest of Asia-Pacific, North and Latin America, and the Middle East and North Africa. With assets of US$2,671bn at 31 December 2013, the HSBC Group is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations.

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Hyder Consulting is a leading multi-national design and engineering consultancy offering infrastructure, property and environmental solutions. With more than two centuries’ operational experience, we are renowned for developing many of the world’s iconic projects, each providing evidence of our engineering excellence and success. They include the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, Dubai; Crystal Palace, London; Tower Bridge, London; Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia; and Emirates Towers, Dubai. Hyder Consulting is a global enterprise. In addition to our headquarters in London, we have international client facing offices in five regional centres in the UK, Germany, the Middle East, Asia and Australia. Hyder has access to international resources of approximately 4,500 staff worldwide, over 1,750 of whom are located in the Middle East.

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Early Pioneers to Build Your Challenging Future Six Construct, a BESIX Group Company is one of the leading construction companies which combines the efforts of an innovative workforce with strategic and intelligent use of technology to overcome the most complex business challenges. Six Construct operates in the construction of commercial and residential buildings, marine, industry, infrastructure and sport & leisure related projects. Our values of respect and involvement remain consistent. These values are embraced by our people who has played a major role in our success so far. Six Construct has a workforce of 17,000 in the Middle East and 18,000 worldwide. Some of the landmark and largely unique projects includes the world’s tallest tower, Burj Khalifa, Emirates Towers in Dubai, Emirates Palace Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Mosque, Ferrari Experience Theme Park, Sheikh Zayed Bridge and Yas Mall in Abu Dhabi.

SILVER SPONSOR:

Mashreq is one of the leading UAE financial institutions in the UAE. Founded in 1967 as Bank of Oman, the bank has played a pioneering role in the industry, particularly in retail banking. Among its many firsts, it was the first to launch such products as travellers’ cheques, credit cards and ATMs. With extensive branch and ATM network in UAE, Mashreq has 26 overseas offices in 11 countries spread across Europe, US, Asia and Africa providing a comprehensive range of international financial services, capable of handling all commercial banking and trade transactions efficiently. As a leading financial Institution in the UAE, Mashreq aims to be world class in every facet of its business, including its social responsibility to the community it serves. The bank has been awarded the ISO 9001:2008 Certification by the British Standards Institute (BSI) for its Operations Group.

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Founded in Kuwait in 1984, Projacs International is the largest Middle East based project and construction management firm. With a network of more than 20 offices across the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, Europe and North America, Projacs employs a total staff of over 600 engineers, managers and assistants delivering professional services to clients world-wide. Projacs is ranked among ENR’s top 20 for five consecutive years under the Non-US Firms in International Construction Management / Program Management Fees category. Projacs International is an ISO 900:2008, OHASAS 18001:2007 and 14001:2004 certified company.

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Al Ghurair Iron & Steel LLC (www.agis.ae) is the first & only flat Steel Cold Rolling & Galvanising complex in the United Arab Emirates and is promoted jointly by the Emarati conglomerate - Al Ghurair Group and the Japanese steel giant - Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation. Located in the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi (ICAD), Abu Dhabi, the 350,000TPA facility caters to the requirement of the construction, steel fabrication & other non-automotive industries.

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