Gulf Fire Magazine is the only quarterly journal specific to the Middle East Fire market dedicated to both fire protection and firefighting. The editorial features are written by industry experts and comprise a unique blend focussing on the latest technology, training methods and equipment as well as highlighting sector specific issues from around the region. Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make Gulf Fire Magazine the first choice read for fire protection and firefighting professionals.
MEConstructionNews.com is the central website of leading construction magazines – Big Project Middle East, Construction Machinery Middle East, Middle East Consultant and Truck & Fleet Middle East. A one-stop shop updated daily with industry news, interviews, analysis, expert opinion, videos and more.
Middle East Consultant is a monthly publication and the only dedicated construction consultancy publication in the region. This makes it an essential read for consultants and a valuable resource for clients and other project stakeholders, including government officials, developers, asset managers, and project owners.
For 10 years running, Climate Control Middle East has exclusively been reporting on the HVACR industry in the Middle East with an unwavering commitment to providing in-depth news, perspectives and analyses. The coverage has included a broad sweep of topics ranging from energy security to food safety, from indoor environmental quality to climate change, from data centre cooling to process cooling and from fire safety to building performance. Embedded in them are specific topics related to District Cooling, standalone systems, hospital ventilation, transport refrigeration, cold storage warehousing, acoustics, vibration, refrigerants and more. In covering the topics, the magazine has constantly applied such markers as health, energy efficiency, resource conservation, reliability and cost-effectiveness, keeping in mind broad social, environmental and economic ideals.
Over the years, Climate Control Middle East has earned the approval and respect of stakeholders in the industry, be they ministries, planning authorities, policy-makers and regulators in government; master developers and developers; contractors; consultants; technology solutions providers or service providers. Playing the role of a conduit or of a commentator, the magazine has striven to be the voice of the industry and to collaborate in community building. It has celebrated path-breaking policy decisions, bold engineering approaches and best practices that have gone on to benefit people and planet.
Fire Middle East magazine and website provides the most successfully integrated media platform in the Middle East region.
The magazine is the leading publication for Fire and Safety professionals across the GCC and Middle East. With a circulation of 14,000 and wider readership of over 42,000, consisting of firefighters, engineers installers, integrators, suppliers, and buyers. The print magazine infiltrates the civil defense, ministries of interior, government agencies, oil and gas companies, construction companies, real estate developers and design consultants.
The web site is ranked No1 on most major search engines like Google and receives over 12,000 hits per month, providing a one-stop shop for fire industry professionals, commercial ventures and government projects. The FME Interactive magazine is emailed out to over 150,000 fire and safety professionals and provides the perfect platform to demonstrate your own products directly to these decision makers.
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Big Project ME is the region’s leading monthly B2B magazine for the construction and infrastructure industry. Covering both online and print media, our platforms provide a voice for the industry and an essential point of reference for those working in it.
Every month Big Project ME carries exclusive interviews with regional decision-makers, site visits and profiles of the biggest and most high profile projects in the GCC and in-depth analysis and comment of the impact of current affairs on the construction industry.
This is in addition to the latest tenders, regional and international news; and case studies and product news from the many construction sectors.
With local GCC Governments spending billions of dollars on critical infrastructure projects in the power and water, oil and gas, transportation and social infrastructure sectors, Big Project ME includes a dedicated Infrastructure ME section that contains vital information for government policy makers, planners, regulators and innovators responsible for developing the region’s critical infrastructure.