As one of the biggest contractors in the region, ALEC has been involved in some of the most high-profile construction projects in the GCC, such as One Za’abeel, SeaWorld Abu Dhabi, Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 – Concourse A, One & Only Royal Mirage, several EXPO 2020 Dubai pavilions, and Marina Gate, to name just a few.
Successfully delivering these projects has earned the contractor a strong reputation in the market, with a name synonymous with delivering quality and high-spec work. However, this reputation has been hard won, with the construction giant constantly working to refine its margins and reshape its construction processes and methodologies to ensure it can measure up to expectations.
Part of this never-ending quest to improve is the company’s ongoing drive to embrace digital construction technologies, with the aim of boosting project efficiencies and quality. Having recently rolled out a four-year digital construction strategy that is aligned with its 2026 mission statement, ALEC is well on its way towards achieving several of its short-term goals, such as achieving the BIM Kitemark certification – as per the latest international standard, ISO 19650, from BSI.
Sean McQue, Operations Director at ALEC, reveals how the construction giant’s ongoing digital transformation will help it achieve its 2026 mission statement and prepare it for an interconnected future.
Click here to read the full Middle East Construction News article.