The international consultancy that started in Dubai takes just a decade to pass landmark
Linesight, the construction consultancy, says it is currently working on project developments worth over $10 billion experiencing an annual average growth of 6.6%.
Linesight offers consultancy services which focus on cost and project management, across different industry sectors including retail, commercial, hospitality and data center.
Damien Gallogly, regional director for the Middle East at Linesight said: “Over the last ten years we’ve witnessed significant regional business growth, underscored by our expansion into both Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.”
“We have a proven track record on prestigious projects, high referral rates and strong repeat business within our network,“ he added.
Linesight has a foothold in multiple GCC countries with notable projects being the $430 million Bahrain Marina mixed-use development, the $4 billion Thakher City mixed-use development and the MAF City Center Ishbiliyah retail development in Makkah- and Riyadh- Saudi Arabia, respectively.
According to a company statement, Linesight is also involved with the Al Sahel Hotel development in Bahrain and a $293 million redevelopment project with Al Faisaliah District in Riyadh, which will see the upgrade of Al Khozama’s retail, hospitality and commercial assets starting with the refurbishment of the Al Faisaliah Mall.
Moreover, with UAE being a key market for Linesight, the company has multiple private and public sector projects in the pipeline. Some of them include hospitality and residential marquee developments on the Palm as well as the Californian Residences in Dubailand where the company is managing the $150 million mixed-use project.
Gallogly added that: “It is no secret that the GCC region has been a challenging market for a number of years. However, Linesight has navigated these challenges and has secured contracts in various sectors in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE and continues to do so. We’ve laid solid foundations for the business over the past decade and look forward to continuing to grow in order to meet project demands, in both the public and private sector.”