An overview of Dubai’s Construction Sector
Dubai has a robust, efficient, and innovative construction sector. The construction sector is leading the world in launching well-thought and planned residential and commercial projects worth billions of dollars. Dubai’s Prime residential sector is expected to show the world’s most robust growth in 2023.
In 2022, the city recorded real estate transactions of AED 528 Billion ( $143.8 Billion ), a 73% increment from 2021. A total of 122,658 real estate units ( including residential and commercial) were sold in 2022, an increase of 47% from last year, indicating that Dubai’s construction is well and truly back to its best after the infamous Covid-19
.Many factors make Dubai a special place for real estate investors. It is a tax-free city with a high return on investments. Being the world’s third most prosperous country, the emiratis can pay for mega construction projects. The ease of financing, first-world facilities, political stability, and security attract investors worldwide.
To maximize profits, an investor should be aware of the latest trends in; residential, commercial and industrial constructions. Let’s understand the latest trends and predictions about Dubai’s construction industry.
What are the latest trends in Dubai’s Real Estate Industry?
Dubai has always been welcoming towards accepting new developments. The construction sector is shifting towards automation, intelligent designs, and green technology solutions, presenting new business opportunities for investors.
These trends will drive Dubai’s commercial and residential construction forward in 2023
Increasing Demand for Sustainable Building Practices
The UAE has set an ambitious goal of Net Zero emissions by 2050. This encourages builders to opt for eco-friendly building materials and energy-efficient resources. The construction sector will incorporate green materials like thermo-insulating limestone concrete blocks, solar panels, recycled glass mosaics, and other innovative building materials.
Automation and digitalization in construction
The construction sector is experiencing a digital revolution. The technology is being used to fast-track planning, design, construction, project management, and quality of work. With 3-D Printing, builders can create complex-3D replicas.
In 2023, blockchain and robotic process automation will take a larger market share. Smart Building solutions for remote management of buildings and installed systems are the next big thing for property managers. Technology is very high-in-demand.
Rise of Pre-Fabricated Houses
Staying true to its nature, Dubai is welcoming pre-fabricated structures. A pre-fabricated d building reduces construction time and capital expenses. Recently, Dubai Municipality has completed a 9.5 meter 3-D Printed flagship project, which remains the largest 3-D structure.
Predictions for The Future of Dubai’s Construction Industry
Real estate around the globe is uncertain, but when we talk about Dubai, the changes are as steep as a Victorian roof. The city constantly adapts to the latest trends, making the impossible seem easy. In the future, there are many initiatives in the pipeline regarding energy strategy 2050, smart city planning, and tourism which will unveil and change the outlook of Dubai and the UAE constitution market.
FORECAST from 2022-2027
Dubai’s residential construction sector is expected to reach unprecedented heights in 2022-2027. A cumulative annual growth rate of 8% is expected, which is better than the UK’s 3%, Dubai’s greatest competitor. The city is launching mega projects like Burj Jumeirah, The Heart of Europe, One Za’abeel, etc. Each project is worth billions of dollars. So, expect the construction sector to keep shining in the future.
Energy Efficiency Regulations
The UAE government’s energy strategy 2050 has set out an ambitious plan to reduce carbon emissions by 70% via a greater focus on renewable energy resources. All the regulations under this plan support usage of eco-friendly construction materials. You will have innovative building materials with minimal heat gain or loss from outside factors.
Rise of Smart Homes
A smart home is a setup through which a homeowner, via the internet, can control all appliances, devices, and systems of a house. It provides convenience and cost savings. You can remotely control security, locks, lights, and the temperature of a house.
With innovative housing, you can contribute to making Dubai a smart city. Seeing the trend, many construction companies have started to offer smart housing facilities. The market is expecting an annual growth rate of 24% from 2021-2026.
Dubai is launching several projects to enhance tourism. The projects will boost Dubai’s economy by attracting travelers worldwide. Projects like Dubai Theme Park, Dubai Frame, Museum of the Future, Dubai Water Canal, and Blue Water Islands will become the face of Dubai in future. So if you belong to construction, be on your toes to grab these opportunities.
Dubai is known for its construction sector. From a skyscraper like Burj Ul Khalifa to the world’s tallest 3-D printed building, the city always seems to come up with something special. The construction sector of Dubai is expected to rule the world in the near future by introducing green building materials, smart housing, pre-fabricated structures, and sustainable building practices.
If you can cope with these trends, you can make handsome profits in the construction sector. However, to make the right call, you should seek professional advance. Contact Land sterling, UAE’s premier real estate experts, for a complete real estate solution for any questions related to the property’s planning, construction, management, and marketing.