Infrastructure Building Gets Renewed Attention in Dubai Again

With the banks backing new construction projects again, it seems that the construction and infrastructure sector has its eyes on Dubai once again. Al Jaber LEGT Engineering and Contracting LLC just opened its new factory in Dubai Industrial City, and many more construction and infrastructure firms have plans in motion to do the same. ALEC’s new facility boasts 420,000 square feet of space that is home to five manufacturing divisions that include rebar, MEP, ceiling and partition, formwork and facilities management.

As ALEC and other similar companies settle into their new homes in Dubai, it is obvious to see why job growth in the sector has been on the rise over the last quarter. The construction sector was the hardest hit sector during the recent years slow down in building, but it seems to be the fastest to rebound.

Across Dubai, there is a rise in the number of vacancies and a significant increase in the amount of interviews taking place. In the first quarter it is estimated that there was a 113% increase in interviews over the same quarter last year. With more vacancies and more interviews, it is safe to say that the job market in Dubai is once again on the upswing from its past couple of years of troubled times.

Those considering a career in construction or infrastructure in Dubai should keep watch over the business happenings and announcements involving the Dubai Industrial City, which seems to be the hub of the activity and new growth. If you are considering a career move to Dubai, it would be best to be ahead of the competition by making contact with recruiters in the area now.

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