Department of Municipal Affairs
The Abu Dhabi infrastructure Congress 2011 ended its activities on a high note attracting a large number of local and international companies and investors who expressed deep interest in the infrastructure projects the Emirate of Abu Dhabi is witnessing in different sectors.
the Infrastructure Congress which was held between 25 - 27 September under the esteemed patronage of the Department of Municipal Affairs (DMA) which is the main focal point of all municipal planning for the Abu Dhabi emirate, was very rich in the projects were presented by different companies and entities in the Emirate and in its seminars which offered an in-depth look on the accompanied investment opportunities for the private sector to participate in the economic development the local economy is witnessing.
Among the governmental entities, was Abu Dhabi Municipality who presented the upcoming infrastructure development opportunities for Khalifa City A and B and Mohammed Bin Zayed City projects.
All the infrastructure projects were presented at the Infrastructure Congress realize the ambitious vision of the leadership and its objectives by achieving a sustainable economic development and enhancing services to the public and businesses in the Emirate. Al the attendees re-affirmed the importance of the role the private sector could play in participating in the infrastructure projects to enhance the economic development and long term objectives to the Emirate, to be one of the best places in the world to live, work and visit”.
The Abu Dhabi Infrastructure Congress was attended by high ranking officials and executives from local and international companies who covered a broad spectrum of infrastructure sectors including transport, utilities and social infrastructure, and allowed for a comprehensive overview of how the emirate's infrastructure plans interrelate, including perspectives of key growth areas in the infrastructure sector for Abu Dhabi and models for growth and public private partnerships and future strategies for a dynamic, open economy.