Dubai Calling

Two New Zealanders are at the forefront of a massive property boom currently happening in Dubai. The United Arab Emirates is spending £140 billion to transform the city into an ultra-modern capitalist powerhouse, the business and leisure hub of the Middle East. Bruce Munro’s BRM Construction Dubai has produced high rise lift shafts for 65 Dubai projects to date, and now wins 95% of its tenders. Civil engineer Greg Sang is overseeing the $2 billion construction of what will be the world’s tallest building for Emaar Properties. “I think my last job was with the Takapuna City Council,” he remarked to TVNZ. “I was doing water mains.”


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