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About Green Concrete GCC

Green Concrete GCC will bring government representatives, consultants, contractors, consultants, concrete factories, suppliers and solution providers to discuss the requirements, strategies and opportunities associated with using sustainable concrete to reduce carbon emissions and increase lifecycles of future projects across the GCC.

The event will give an update on Dubai Municipality’s initiatives in using sustainable concrete for all new projects, made mandatory as of April 1st, 2015. The discussion will expand to include the adoption of sustainable concrete across the UAE as well as the wider Gulf region, including Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Green Concrete GCC 2016 will discuss topics including regulatory updates and standards, adoption of sustainable concrete across the Gulf region, recycled concrete, sustainable materials, lifecycle challenges, durability and the latest technology advancements.

Green Concrete GCC 2016 will gather industry stakeholders across the value chain to discuss strategies and solutions in developing sustainable concrete to reduce carbon emissions and increase the lifecycle of future projects. Our Rock Breaking Partners from Sweden: Royex System

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Testimonials from Green Concrete UAE 2015

Excellent Opportunities for the Cement and Concrete Industry

Did you know that...

  • In 2015, Dubai Municipality announced that all new buildings coming up in the Emirate should use green concrete, the eco-friendly Supplementary Cementing Materials.
  • Concrete recycling is another way of reducing the environmental impacts of the material.
  • Durable concrete increase the service life of structures with reduced maintenance comparing with cost effective and sustainable environment.
  • Recycled Concrete Aggregate is produced from the Construction and Demolition waste such as concrete from building construction.
  • Reducing the amount of OPC in concrete mixtures creates a significant opportunity for reducing global CO2 emissions.
  • Concrete that uses less energy in its production & produces less carbon dioxide than normal traditional concrete.
  • In Qatar, upgrades have been implemented to Qatar Construction Specifications (QCS 2014) and the concrete currently produced in the country has a lower carbon footprint.
  • Saudi Arabia is gravitating towards concrete of higher durability, which has led to a growing demand for admixtures based on polycarboxylic ethers (PCEs).
  • Structures built using green concrete have a better chance of surviving a fire it can withstand temperatures of up to 2400 degrees on the Fahrenheit scale.
  • Emirate of Abu Dhabi is promoting the application of recycled material.
  • New applications are being developed for roads, environment advantage, for drainages, which are prone to flooding/ water management.

Top Reasons To Attend

  • NETWORK with government representatives, consultants, contractors, consultants, concrete factories, suppliers and solution providers to discuss the requirements, strategies and opportunities associated with using sustainable concrete to reduce carbon emissions and increase lifecycles of future projects across the GCC
  • DISCOVER new opportunities resulting from Dubai’s latest regulations
  • LEARN how the latest changes in building regulations will impact your business
  • GAIN a competitive advantage in the region’s concrete industry by showcasing your solution to buyers
  • PARTICIPATE in discussions on the challenges associated with achieving durability, workability and carbon emission reduction

Advisory Board


  • Eng. Abdullah Rafia

    Assistant Director-General for Engineering and Planning Sector
    Dubai Municipality

  • Aida Abdul Rahim AL Harmoodi

    Head of Consultants and Contractors Qualification Section Building Department
    Dubai Municipality

  • Ahmed Saeed Al Bedwawi

    Head of Researches & Building Systems Building Department
    Dubai Municipality

  • Abdulla Ali Mohammed

    Head of Engineering Supervision Section Building Department
    Dubai Municipality

  • Ebtesam Mohammed Al Ameri

    Head of Major Projects Building Department
    Dubai Municipality

  • Arif Husain Al Marzooqi

    Head of Products Conformity Assessment Section
    Dubai Central Laboratory Department - Dubai Municipality

  • Senior Representative


  • Senior Representative

    Municipal Infrastructure and Assets Sector
    Abu Dhabi Municipality

  • Eng. Mohammed Al-Dablan

    Construction & Building Materials Standards Specialist Standards & Metrology Dept.
    GCC Standardization Organization (GSO)

  • Farah Naz

    Sustainability Associate
    BuroHappold Engineering

  • Amgad O. Gira

    Director – Contracts and Procurement
    Samsung C&T;

  • Adnan Kemura

    Civil Structural Engineer
    Mott MacDonald - Abu Dhabi

  • Prof. Abid Abu-Tair

    Professor of Structural Engineering Faculty of Engineering and IT
    British University in Dubai (BUiD)

  • Simon Nummy

    Sustainable Design Manager

  • Dr. Anna Grichting Solder

    Assistant Professor, Dept. of Architecture and Urban Planning
    Qatar University

  • Dr. Mohammed Alhaj Hussein

    The Green Quality Testing lab. and Engineering Consulting Office

  • Dr. Mohamad Nagi

    Director of Infrastructure Sustainability and Assessment Centre
    American University in Dubai

  • Hussein Basma

    Managing Partner
    Green Building engineering consultant

  • Dr. Sherif Yehia

    Civil Engineering Department
    American University of Sharjah

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The ACM Interface+ Format

The ACM Interface+ conference format is designed to optimise the valuable and finite time our busy delegations can dedicate to being out of the office while also enhancing their enjoyment of the ACM on-site experience. Specifically tailored to our region of operations here in the Middle East, the Interface+ format maximises networking opportunities, facilitating the building of profitable relationships within the context of a dynamic, efficient and relevant learning environment.

ACM conference days, using the Interface+ format, have an earlier start than conventional agendas and conclude with a late lunch. The conference sessions are regularly punctuated by refreshment and networking breaks to allow for unhurried face-to-face interaction between peers, colleagues and business prospects. The mid-afternoon conclusion of our formal conference agenda allows for government representatives and busy executives to adjourn earlier in the day, having still enjoyed a full and rich programme of content. Post-lunch, ACM will offer additional, optional learning and networking opportunities in the shape of workshops, product demonstrations, technology launches, site visits, pre-arranged 1-2-1 business meetings and hosted receptions.

Interface+ makes timing sense for our delegates and business sense for our sponsors.