10 – 13 March 2019, JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA
JEDDAH CENTRE FOR FORUMS & EVENTS
The Big 5 Saudi was launched in 2011 and is the Kingdom’s premier and fastest growing construction show. The 9th edition of The Big 5 Saudi, taking place from 10 – 13 March 2019, will be the strongest platform for construction industry suppliers and manufacturers to profit from the huge Saudi construction market – set for another period of significant growth. On the exhibition floor, you can learn about new trends, find the latest local and international products and quiz their manufacturers and distributors about how they might help in your next project. It’s a huge packed event so to make it easy for you to find what you need, we organise suppliers into eight key sectors, so all the people you want to meet are always close to hand.
Exhibition Space: 17,580 m2
Educational Workshops: 80
Shaping the future of the construction industry through the globally recognised Big 5 portfolio
Successful energy events in emerging and mature markets, hosts of some of the world’s largest oil and gas events
Connecting raw materials suppliers and equipment manufacturers for the coatings industry from Asia to Africa
Organisers of world-class exhibitions for ports and rail suppliers and transport industry stakeholders
Pioneers of some of the world’s largest and innovative events dedicated to hoteliers and leisure professionals
Bringing the design community from the East and West together to discover the latest collections and discuss future trends
WHY ATTEND THE BIG 5 SAUDI 2019
The Big 5 Saudi gathers construction expertise into one place for four days of research, discovery and real business. The event is a rare opportunity for you and other industry professionals to get face-to-face with a selection of experts with detailed knowledge about every aspect of the construction sector.
The key visitor profiles that attend include:
• Building Consultants
• Facilities Managers
• Purchasing/Procurement Managers
• Government Officials
• Interior Designers
• Main Contractors
• MEP Contractors
• Operations & Logistics Managers
• Project Managers
• Real Estate Developer
• Sales/Business Development Managers
THE ENTIRE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IS PRESENT AT THE BIG 5 SAUDI
This event is the international meeting place for construction professionals attracting serious buyers from Saudi Arabia, the wider GCC region and internationally. Professionals who fall under the below profiles could highly benefit from visiting:
Agent/Distributor – Architect – Building Consultant – Engineer – Facilities Manager – Finance/Procurement – Government Official – Interior Designer – Main Contractor – Manufacturer – Marketing – MEP Contractor Operations & Logistics – Project Manager – Purchasing – Real Estate Developer – Sales/Business Development
PRODUCTS & SERVICES BY SECTOR
Building Interiors & Finishes
Products: Marble & Stone – Coatings, Sealants & Adhesives – Flooring, Ceiling, Walling & Other Interior Finishes – Hardwood – Kitchen, Bathroom & Ceramics – Lighting – Paints – Softwood
Professionals: Engineers – Contractors – Building Consultants – Architects – Interior Designers
Construction Tools & Building Materials
Products: Construction components – Construction Equipment & Machinery – Hand Tools Hardware & Construction Tools – Metal & Steel – Power Tools – Safety Equipment – Test & Measurement Tools
Professionals: Contractors – Architects – Engineers – Building Consultants – Property –Developers
Products: Precast products – Readymix – Formwork – Block Paver and tile production equipment – Aggregates and Aggregate Processing equipment – Pumping Equipment and Accessories – Finishing Tools and Equipment
Professionals: Civil Engineers – Structural Engineers – Batching and Plant Managers – Scaffolding and Formwork Managers – Plant Managers – Project Managers – Procurement Managers – Main Contractors – Sub Contractors
Plant, Machinery & Vehicles
Products: Appliances and Conveyors Loaders – Commercial Tyres – Construction and Commercial Vehicles – Cranes and Access Equipment – Earth Moving Machines – Finishing Tools and Equipment Lifting – Material Processing and Handling -Power Generation Units
Professionals: Contractors – Plant & Factory Managers – Fleet Managers – Electrical & Mechanical Engineers – Civil Engineers – Structural Engineers – Technical & Operations Managers – Batching Plant & Scaffolding Managers – Project Managers – Purchasing & Procurement Managers – Consultants & Specifiers
Building Envelope & Special Construction
Products: Elevators & Escalators – Insulation – Irrigation Systems – Outdoor Design & Landscaping – Outdoor Furniture – Roofing, Cladding & Glazing – Special Construction (Prefabricated buildings, Pools etc.) – Windows, Doors & Sun Protection Systems
Professionals: Architects – Interior designers – Builders – Developers – Dealers – Distributors – Door, Façade and Window Contractors – Glass and Metal Contractors – Landscape Architects – Project Managers – Facility Managers – Façade Consultants – Investors and Wholesalers.
Construction Technologies & Innovations
Products: 3D Printing – Building Information Modeling (BIM) – Green Building Materials – Professional Services – Robotics – Smart Building & Automation – Software & IT Solutions – Waste Management Systems
Professionals: Engineers – Contractors – Building Consultants – Architects – Property Developers – Interior Designers
Products: District Cooling – Electrical Systems – HVAC – Maintenance and Commercial Cleaning – Plumbing & Water Technology – Refrigeration & Cooling – Security & Fire Protection – Solar Energy
Professionals: Contractors – MEP Contractors – Engineers – Building Consultants
HVACR Expo Jeddah
Products: Currently, there are $284.3 billion worth of projects in the early stages of development in Saudi Arabia, with over 700 projects scheduled to begin work in the next few months and due for completion before 2022. This offers huge potential for suppliers in the air-handling and refrigeration industry to tap in to this vast demand.
Air conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Equipment’s & Systems – Air Movement, Ventilation, Ducts & other IAQ Products – Energy & Specialized Climate Control Systems – Labor-Saving Tools & Instruments, Software, and Business Services.
FREE WORKSHOPS 2019
EDUCATING & EMPOWERING CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS TO ACHIEVE SAUDI VISION 2030
A series of high level and free to attend workshops complementing the ethos of the leading construction event of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – The Big 5 Saudi. These boutique workshops include a diverse set of tools from some of the most exciting case studies, powerful keynotes to captivating debates to put a spotlight on what’s new and relevant, address the challenges of construction and take away practical solutions for a better future of construction in Saudi. The theme for this year is Educating and empowering construction professionals to achieve Saudi Vision 2030 split further under 4 key areas:
• PROJECT MANAGEMENT
• SUSTAINABILITY, SOLAR, TECHNOLOGY AND SMART CITY
• GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
• HVAC-R, URBAN DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION
SAUDI CONSTRUCTION MARKET UPDATE
OVER USD 800 BILLION INVESTED IN SAUDI ARABIA’S CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
More than 5,200 construction projects are currently rolling out in the GCC’s largest and most populous country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a BNC Network report shows. Valued at USD 819 billion, these account for 35% of the total value of active projects across the GCC.
Despite recent challenges faced by the sector attributed to low oil prices and a reported shortage of qualified workers, construction is recording a 4.1% increase this year in KSA. A recent BMI research forecasts the sector’s annualized average growth at 6.13% from 2018 to 2022.
The urban construction sector is the largest contributor to the construction sector’s expansion with 3,727 active projects valued USD 386.4 billion, BNC Network’s report indicates. The utilities sector is the second largest with 733 projects worth USD 95.6 billion, followed by transportation, with 500 projects valued USD 156.2 billion.
There are some very interesting and very informative reports, covering all the building materials sectors and the construction boom taking place in the Kingdom. The reports can be found in the links referred below.
MAJOR URBAN PROJECTS IN SAUDI ARABIA
(Produced by BNC Construction Intelligence in June 2018)
•Grand Mosque – Holy Haram Mosque Expansion (estimated project value: USD 21.3 billion; estimated completion: Q1 2019)
•King Abdullah Security Compounds – Phase 5 (estimated project value: USD 8 billion; estimated completion: Q4 2018)
•The Avenues – Al Malqa Shopping Mall (estimated project value: USD 3.5 billion; estimated completion: Q3 2020)
•Mall of Saudi – An Narjis (estimated project value: USD 3.2 billion; estimated completion: Q4 2022)
•Expansion of Prophet’s Mosque – Phase 1 (estimated project value: USD 2.2 billion; estimated completion: Q3 2020)
•New Jeddah Downtown – Phase 1 (estimated project value: USD 2 billion; estimated completion: Q2 2022)
•Makkah Residence Development – Phase 2 (estimated project value: USD 1.7 billion; estimated completion: Q4 2019)
•337 Apartment Buildings – Najran Residential Compound (estimated project value: USD 1.4 billion; estimated completion: Q3 2018)
•6,000 Villa Complex – East of Riyadh (estimated project value: USD 1.3 billion; estimated completion: Q4 2020)
•Darb Al Haramain Complex (estimated project value: USD 1.1 billion; estimated completion: Q3 2018)
SAUDI ARABIA CONSTRUCTION OVERVIEW
(Produced by BNC Construction Intelligence in June 2018)
•In 2018, there were 5,296 active projects in Saudi Arabia and the total estimated value of these projects was USD 819 billion.
•Saudi Arabia hosts 23% of all active construction projects in the GCC, and in dollar terms, these projects account for 34% of the total estimated value.
•The largest sector in both number of projects and value is the urban construction sector, with more than 3,700 projects, worth USD386.4 billion.
•The second largest sector in terms of value is the transport sector, with 500 projects worth USD 156.2 billion.
SAUDI PRIVATISATION AND VISION 2030
(Produced in association with Jadwa Investment in July 2018)
•In 2018, the Council of Economic and Development Affairs (CEDA) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia approved the Privatisation Program Delivery Plan with the aim of privatising five government assets by 2020: The Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) at Ras Al-Khair station; Four flour mills; Saudi sports clubs; Saudi Post services; A number of transport projects.
•The move is expected to generate SR35-40 billion (USD9.3–10.7 billion) for the government in non-oil revenues and create up to 12,000 jobs.
•Some initiatives will not be fully privatised, but will be corporatised instead. Assets including the ports, King Faisal Hospital & Research Center, and some transport projects will be transformed into government or non-profit corporates.
•One of the key outcomes is to improve and ease access to health services, increasing the private sector’s role in total healthcare spend from 25 to 35% by 2020.
•The transfer of ownership will be done in several forms, including full or partial assets sale, initial public offering (IPO), management buy-outs, public-private ownerships (PPP) and concessions/outsourcing.
•By maximising investment capabilities, the Saudi economy could be the main beneficiary with accumulated government proceeds from asset sales set to reach SR450 billion (USD120 billion) by 2026.
GCC URBAN CONSTRUCTION 2019 AND BEYOND
(Produced by BNC Construction Intelligence in November 2018)
Country Analysis – Saudi Arabia:
•In Saudi Arabia, the launch of the mega city – Neom – reflects the country’s plans to create new economic opportunities. Another project in Saudi Arabia which merits special mention is ‘Amaala’ – a luxury tourism destination spanning across 3,800 kilometers of an untouched nature reserve in Saudi Arabia’s northwestern coast.
•Saudi Arabia also lifted a 35-year ban on cinemas in 2018. The Kingdom is therefore expected to host 2,600 cinema screens by 2030, providing massive opportunity to all industry stakeholders.
•The mega-urban development projects like Neom and Amaala tie in with Saudi Vision 2030, which focuses on increasing the role of private sector while diversifying the Kingdom’s economy by developing other sectors such as tourism, healthcare, infrastructure and education.
•In line with the realisation of the vision, Saudi Arabia presented a USD 295 billion budget for the year 2019 – the largest in Kingdom’s history.
•As per BNC Intelligence, there are over 700 projects worth over USD 24 billion in design and tender stages that will pave the way for growth in Saudi Arabia’s urban construction sector in the coming years.
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