With its strategic geographical location and modern infrastructure, the UAE has strategically positioned itself as a leading logistics and travel hub and a major tourist destination.

Despite the global pandemic, the UAE’s hospitality sector is expected to make a record recovery during 2021, with the global mega-event ‘Expo 2020 Dubai’ being the main catalyst for an influx in foreign investment and heightened hotel occupancy levels.

Hospitality aside, the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan and The Abu Dhabi Vision 2030, continues to fulfil the demand for new bespoke mixed-use schemes.

The country also continues to benefit from major injection of capital aimed at further enhancing the infrastructure network and developing top class real estate to make the UAE among the best countries to live in around the world.

GDP in the UAE is expected to reach 400 USD billion by the end of 2021.

Making the difference in UAE

Despite low oil prices, our growth trajectory in the UAE has continued impressively.

Since the opening of our first office in the UAE in 2006, our workload has been on a steady increase and our headcount has grown from ten to over 555 in 2020.

Serving over 180 clients during the last decade, flagship programmes have included Midfield Terminal Building Expansion at Abu Dhabi Airport, Concourse D at Dubai Airport, Masdar City and multiple Emaar’s hospitality and residential projects.

Abu Dhabi

Director, Abu Dhabi

Graeme Baxter


Suite 2301 - 2303
23rd Floor
International Tower
Capital Centre
PO Box 105542
Abu Dhabi
t: +971 (0)2 441 0955
f: +971 (0)2 441 0954


Director, Dubai

Adam Ralph


11th floor, Unit 1103
Emaar Boulevard Plaza 2
Downtown Dubai
PO Box 12857
t: +971 (0)4 430 9101
f: +971 (0)4 447 5720