InfraOman 2011 will be held on September 20-22 at the Oman International Exhibition Centre.
Organised by Al Nimr Expo, the three-day event is supported by the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC), the government office that is responsible for overseeing the implementation of many projects to build new roads, highways, ports and airports in various parts of the country.
InfraOman 2011 will put the spotlight on the multimillion-dollar infrastructure projects that are currently under construction or will be implemented soon as part of the government’s comprehensive strategy to diversify the economy and develop all industry sectors. In particular, the international exhibition will focus, among others, on the sultanate’s tourism projects, power and water projects, health infrastructure projects, industrial projects, oil & gas projects, transport infrastructure projects, telecommunications projects, and residential projects.
To cater to the massive requirements of these projects, InfraOman 2011 will also showcase all types of building materials, heavy equipment, construction supplies, engineering and consultancy services, architectural services, and other products and services that are necessary for the successful implementation of any infrastructure project. The international exhibition will also have special sections focusing on ‘affordable housing development’ and airport build and supply’ and ‘heavy equipment’.
Explaining the main objectives of the event, Melwin D’Cunha, Director of Al Nimr Expo, said: “InfraOman 2011 is primarily intended to give contractors and developers an opportunity to present their projects and achievements while providing them with a one-stop shop for sourcing all their project requirements.”
He added that “the event is also meant to provide local and international companies the opportunity to introduce range of their products, equipment, technologies and services to their target clients — the decision makers and top officials of companies in Oman’s vibrant building and construction industry.”
As the sultanate’s first-ever infrastructure exhibition, InfraOman 2011 is expected to attract the strong participation of project contractors, property developers, ministry and tender board officials, building materials manufacturers and suppliers, importers and distributors, engineers, architects, and many other industry professionals.
The exhibitors, on the other hand, will be made up of leading companies from Oman as well as from other countries worldwide.
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