Monitoring trends in new construction awards involving migrant workers across the Gulf

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Totals

We track the awarding of construction contracts in Jordan and Lebanon as reported in publicly available sources. We primarily focus on major contracts awarded since 2012, and have thus far recorded:

$88.57BN

in total value of new contracts awarded across the region

412

new contracts awarded across the region

Where are contracts being awarded?

Construction markets are sensitive to changes in the broader economy. In the Gulf, fluctuations in the price of oil and gas, population dynamics and political developments contend with countries’ national development programs and planned mega-events to impact construction spending.

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Latest Analysis

Delve deeper into the data to capture trends and patterns in the awarding of construction contracts in the region and consider what this means for migrant workers and refugees carrying out the building on these projects.

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Who is winning contract awards?

Construction is a global business. Many international firms operate in the Gulf through subsidiaries and joint ventures, while local firms range from small and medium-sized enterprises to large conglomerates.

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