CONSTRUCTION PORTFOLIO OF EVENTS

6 - 8 September 2022

Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center

Find new business opportunities in Saudi Arabia’s US$ 300Bn Infrastructure

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Meet the Right Buyers for your Products

Your products are what our visitors come looking for. Visitors will easily find the products they are looking for across three dedicated product sectors. Each sector is clearly branded. They are easy for visitors to spot, simple to navigate and help pre-qualify the buyers who visit your stand.

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Transport

Road, bridges & Tunnels
Railways, metros & trams
Airports & ports

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Utilities

Road, bridges & Tunnels
Railways, metros & trams
Airports & ports

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Urban Technology

Road, bridges & Tunnels
Railways, metros & trams
Airports & ports

SI Expo 2022 Speakers

Attendees were able to meet and hear from the most influential leaders and organisations redefining bilateral trade between the GCC and the rest of the world.

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Mohamed Khalil

Managing Director, KSAAlstom

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Andreas Flourou

Executive Director, Operations & MobilityThe Red Sea Development Company

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Mark Jamieson CEng FICE CMgr FCMI

MEA Council Member & UAE Country RepresentativeInstitution of Civil Engineers

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Neal Coote

Infrastructure Executive DirectorAMAALA

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Correy Connaway

Infrastructure Development DirectorQiddiya

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Katarina Uherova Hasbani

Partner and Global Director of Strategy and AdvisoryAESG

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Dr. Anas Bataw

DirectorCentre of Excellence in Smart Construction, Heriot Watt University

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Paul Pring

Senior Director InfrastructureDiriyah Gate Development Authority

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Stephen Jones

Territory Lead KSAMott McDonald

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Elie Alexandros

Managing DirectorConsolidated Contractors Company

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Alison Watson MBE HonFCInstCES Hon (HWU)

Chief Executive OfficerClass of Your Own

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Sameer Daoud

Managing DirectorKEO Infrastructure

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Saleh Al Zahrani

General ManagerSaudi Accreditation Center

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Mark Dyson

Director, Saudi ArabiaTurner & Townsend

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Ian Redmayne

Partner, Middle East RegionBuro Happold

Industry News

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Conference Agenda

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3:30 PM
Registration
4:00 PM
Opening Keynote
4:35 PM
Panel Discussion: Building resilient teams to future-proof infrastructure delivery

Saudi Vision 2030 has cascaded it’s objectives of a vibrant society, a thriving economy, an ambitious nation. One of the Vision Realization Programs, the Human Capability Development Program aims to ensure that citizens have the required capabilities to compete globally by instilling values and developing basic and future skills, as well as enhancing knowledge. The program focuses on developing a solid educational base for all citizens to instill values from an early age, while preparing the youth for the future local and global labor market.

  • What’s working and what needs to be improved to attract global talent and build a local workforce?
  • How can the public sector, industry and academia improve collaboration?
  • How can challenges of working on remote sites be overcome?
  • Staff retention – how can the industry attract expats for the longer term?
  • Is recruiting global talent to work off site a realistic fix?
  • How can we develop local talent to increase qualified professionals needed by the industry?

Alison Watson MBE HonFCInstCES Hon (HWU)Chief Executive Officer - Class of Your Own

Correy ConnawayInfrastructure Development Director - Qiddiya

Elie AlexandrosManaging Director - Consolidated Contractors Company

Ian RedmaynePartner, Middle East Region - Buro Happold

Stephen JonesTerritory Lead KSA - Mott McDonald

5:15 PM
Keynote: Learning from International best practice

  • Transforming infrastructure performance
  • Delivering lifecycle outcomes and successful contract models
  • Incentivising partners to drive a more sustainable, innovative and highly skilled industry

5:30 PM
Panel Discussion: Collaborating to deliver the infrastructure needed to support the Saudi Arabia Vision 2030

Through the National Industrial and Logistics Development program, Saudi Arabia aims to achieve its goals by developing world-class infrastructure for its sectors, designing new policies, and regulations to unlock value, increasing the value from the Kingdom’s resources and drastically improving global connectivity and access to markets.

  • How can project leaders improve knowledge transfer across projects?
  • What’s needed to improve contract models to deliver collaborative and successful contract models and project timelines? Can we incorporate the same models across projects?
  • How can standards and regulations be improved to support project delivery teams?
  • Funding – processes post-concept
  • Macro-Schedule for project delivery – what are the resources, materials, needed?
  • Is there a national or regional strategy for projects coming online in the next 10 years?
  • What can be delivered in what timeframe? realistic delivery, materials and resources (pipeline visibility)
  • Global construction boom – how can we overcome the challenges on talent and competition?

Dr. Anas BatawDirector - Centre of Excellence in Smart Construction, Heriot Watt University

Correy ConnawayInfrastructure Development Director - Qiddiya

Mark DysonDirector, Saudi Arabia - Turner & Townsend

Mark Jamieson CEng FICE CMgr FCMIMEA Council Member & UAE Country Representative - Institution of Civil Engineers

Neal CooteInfrastructure Executive Director - AMAALA

Paul PringSenior Director Infrastructure - Diriyah Gate Development Authority

Saleh Al ZahraniGeneral Manager - Saudi Accreditation Center

6:10 PM
Networking Break
6:40 PM
Keynote: Driving world class innovation in Saudi infrastructure

  • World innovation firsts supporting infrastructure for the future

6:55 PM
Panel Discussion: Mobility: Connecting and improving Saudi Arabia’s existing and future cities and communities

Electric vehicles and sustainable transport investment are re-thinking connectivity. Creative models in sustainable living are being built, and the preservation of unique natural habitats is central to a sustainable future for the Kingdom’s tourism industries.

  • How can we localise supply chains and is there is need for a national transport and logistics study?
  • Electrification of cities – challenges and benefits
  • How can digital twins support?
  • With the focus of new giga-projects –are we forgetting existing cities and how do we connect all regions?
  • Focus on the core projects for Riyadh

Andreas FlourouExecutive Director, Operations & Mobility - The Red Sea Development Company

Katarina Uherova HasbaniPartner and Global Director of Strategy and Advisory - AESG

Mohamed KhalilManaging Director, KSA - Alstom

Sameer DaoudManaging Director - KEO Infrastructure

7:25 PM
Fireside Chat – Infrastructure to support the drive for Saudi Arabia Net-Zero 2060

Saudi Arabia has a vital role to play in tackling climate change, and Vision 2030 is enabling the Kingdom to fulfil that role. Saudi Arabia aims to get to net-zero carbon emissions by 2060 and has established a SAR39bn fund to support sustainability.

  • De-risking infrastructure projects and promoting innovative financing solutions
  • Impact of infrastructure on carbon emissions as one of the key pillars of Vision 2030

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Leverage Agile Frameworks

Leverage agile frameworks to provide a robust synopsis for high level overviews. Iterative approaches to corporate strategy foster value proposition.

Leverage Agile Frameworks

Leverage agile frameworks to provide a robust synopsis for high level overviews. Iterative approaches to corporate strategy foster value proposition.

Leverage Agile Frameworks

Leverage agile frameworks to provide a robust synopsis for high level overviews. Iterative approaches to corporate strategy foster value proposition.

Leverage Agile Frameworks

Leverage agile frameworks to provide a robust synopsis for high level overviews. Iterative approaches to corporate strategy foster value proposition.

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"We have big opportunities in front of us in different sectors and we have to exploit them to continue to grow and prosper."

‏His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz
Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense, and Chairman of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs.

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