Big 5 Global: Dubai’s Mega Expo Unleashes $7 Trillion Opportunities with 44th Edition!

The Big 5 Global, an construction industry event, in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region has been scheduled to take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre from December 4 to 7, 2023. Registrations are now open for this event that aims to bring than 2,200 exhibitors and over 68,000 attendees from over 150 countries. The primary goal of this gathering is to facilitate business networking opportunities, foster partnerships and promote knowledge exchange.

The construction industry in the MEASA region is experiencing growth with a portfolio of active projects valued at over $7 trillion and recently awarded projects totaling around $3.8 trillion as reported by ABiQ. The Big 5 Global serves as a platform for all stakeholders involved in the construction sector—contractors, developers, architects, engineers, consultants, innovators and policymakers. This event receives support from the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure which highlights the importance of collaboration and addresses climate change concerns.

Ben Greenish—the Senior Vice President for Construction at dmg events—the organizing body behind Big 5 Global—emphasizes the events legacy spanning over four decades in showcasing the regions prominence within the construction arena. In addition, to hosting than 2,200 exhibitors representing industries related to construction activities worldwide; this gathering also focuses on promoting international collaborations and cross border partnerships that contribute towards building a sustainable future.
Now in its edition the Big 5 Global exhibition brings together a range of events that cover every aspect of the construction industry. These include Big 5 Heavy, Middle East Concrete, Windows Doors & Facades Event Gulf Glass, HVAC R, Middle East Stone, the Urban Design & Landscape Expo and FM Expo. Additionally there are twenty country pavilions showcasing construction solutions from countries such, as Germany, Italy, Greece, Saudi Arabia and China.