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Middle East Facility Management Market Segmented By Industry (Organized and Unorganized), By Service (Property, Cleaning, Security, Catering, Support, and Others), By Application (Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Public Sector), By Type (Hard Service and Soft Service), By Country, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2017-2027

Middle East Facility Management Market Segmented By Industry (Organized and Unorganized), By Service (Property, Cleaning, Security, Catering, Support, and Others), By Application (Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Public Sector), By Type (Hard Service and Soft Service), By Country, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2017-2027

Middle East Facility Management Market was valued at USD 64.27 billion in 2022 and is anticipated to project robust growth during the forecast period, registering a CAGR of 8.13% through 2027.
A facility is any tangible asset used by an organization to support its activities, according to a common definition of the word. The term "facility management" refers to the upkeep of a company's physical assets, such as its buildings and machinery, through services such as cleaning, security, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) maintenance, etc., which boosts the efficiency of the company's core operations. The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) describes facility management (FM) as a profession that integrates place, people, process, and technology to ensure that the built environment is functioning. In a nutshell, facility management is a discipline that supports a company's fundamental operations.
Growing Middle Eastern Infrastructure Development
The development of Qatar's infrastructure is a priority for the government, as it aids in the country's economic growth. In its budget for 2021, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment of Qatar allotted USD 7 billion for the continuation of key infrastructure projects, water and electricity networks, as well as the upkeep, development, and expansion of highways. In addition, the Qatari government intended to invest USD 58 billion in infrastructure projects by 2020. Additionally, Qatar's infrastructure growth is a result of industrialization. For instance, the Manateq Economic Zones Company declared in 2020 that it will invest USD 2.7 billion to build out the essential infrastructure for industrial zones. As a result, the Qatar Facility Management Market is expected to grow during the forecast period along with the increased investments in infrastructure development.
Government Investments
The construction industry in Qatar has experienced rapid expansion, demonstrating its willingness to become green and prioritize more environment-friendly building strategies. The nation's desire to protect the environment by lowering CO2 emissions and energy use is the driving force behind this choice. As a result, one of the key ideas outlined in Qatar's National Vision 2030 is sustainable development. As a result, the local regulatory authority, the Qatar Green Building Council (QGBC), has been aggressively encouraging sustainable methods. The governing body is promoting sustainability in the public and business sectors by putting on the Qatar Sustainability Week (QSW). The most thorough green building assessment system in the world is the Global Sustainability Assessment System (GSAS) system, which was created by Qatar. It was created following a thorough analysis of 40 green building codes that are available globally. The guidelines established a heavy emphasis on environmental stress reduction and sustainable development. As a result, growth for Qatar Facility Management Services is expected during the next few years.
World Expo 2020 Dubai
The six-month World Expo 2020 took place in Dubai from October 2021 to March 2022. This important event necessitated lodging from the hospitality industry, which increases the demand for facilities management services in hotels and bed & breakfasts. Additionally, by ensuring the safe and efficient operation of any physical asset, facilities management professionals play a crucial role in maintaining and expanding its value. Representatives from the diverse variety of people and professions that make up the FM sector were present at FM Expo. For instance, the UAE-based Farnek Services LLC had contracts for facilities management (FM) worth a total of USD 4.55 million with eight national pavilions, including Saudi Arabia and China. Farnek Services provides a variety of services, including facility integration, cleaning, pest control, and operational support.
Integrated workplace management system usage is on the rise (IWMS)
By managing the real estate portfolio, maximizing capital projects, enhancing facility use, and lowering energy and other operating expenses of facilities, the IWMS seeks to increase the operational, environmental, and financial performance of facilities. Further driving demand for IWMS in the UAE Facility Management Market are elements such as rising cloud computing usage and government mandates on technological developments.
Market Segmentation
The Middle East Facility Management Market is segmented based on industry, service, application, type, country, and company. Based on service, the market is further fragmented into property, cleaning, security, catering, support, and others. Based on application, the market is split into the residential, commercial, industrial, and public sectors. Based on type, the market is further segmented into hard service and soft service. The market analysis also studies the country's segmentation.
Company Profiles
Saudi EMCOR Company Ltd. (EFS Facility Management), Muheel Services for Maintenance & Operations LLC, Khidmah LLC, Enova Facilities Management Services LLC, Saudi Binladin Group Operation & Maintenance, Emrill Services LLC, Farnek Services LLC, Transguard Group LLC, Etisalat Facilities Management LLC, Imdaad LLC, Galfar Al Misnad, CBM Qatar LLC, Al Asmakh Facilities Management, G4S Qatar, Al Tamyoz Facility Management, Alghanim International, United Facilities Management, ONE Facilities Management Company, Al Mulla Group, and MRC Facility Management are among the major market players in the Middle East facility management Market.

Report Scope:
In this report, Middle East Facility Management market has been segmented into the following categories, in addition to the industry trends which have also been detailed below:
•Middle East Facility Management Market, By Service Type:
•Middle East Facility Management Market, By Type:
oSoft Services
oHard Services
•Middle East Facility Management Market, By Industry:
•Middle East Facility Management Market, By Application:
oPublic Sector
•Middle East Facility Management Market, By Region:
oSaudi Arabia
Competitive Landscape
Company Profiles: Detailed analysis of the major companies present in Middle East Facility Management

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Table of Contents

1.Service Overview
2.Research Methodology
3.Executive Summary
4.Impact of COVID-19 on Middle East Facility Management Market
5.Voice of Customer
5.1.Key Factors for Selecting Service Provider
5.2.Key Satisfaction Level
5.3.Key Challenges faced
6. Middle East Facility Management Market Overview
6.1.Industry Structure & Stakeholders
6.1.1.Key Stakeholders
6.2.Porter’s Five Force Analysis
6.3.Outsourcing in Middle East Facility Management Market
6.3.1.Reasons Necessitating Outsourcing Facilities Management Services
6.3.2.Evolution of Outsourcing in Facility Management Market
6.4.Middle East Facility Management-Value Chain
6.5.Key Technologies Adopted in Middle East Facility Management Market
6.6.Key Pain Points in Middle East Facility Management Market
6.6.1.Key Pain Points for Customers
6.6.2.Key Pain Points for Facility Management Companies
7.Middle East Facility Management Market Outlook
7.1.Market Size & Forecast
7.1.1.By Value
7.2.Market Share & Forecast
7.2.1.By Industry (Organized and Unorganized)
7.2.2.By Service (Property, Cleaning, Security, Catering, Support and Others)
7.2.3.By Application (Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Public Sector)
7.2.4.By Type (Hard Service and Soft Service)
7.2.5.By Country (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain and Others)
7.3.Market Map
8.Saudi Arabia Facility Management Market Outlook
8.1.Market Size & Forecast
8.1.1.By Value
8.2.Market Share & Forecast
8.2.1.By Industry
8.2.2.By Service
8.2.3.By Application
8.2.4.By Type
8.2.5.By Region
8.3.Market Drivers & Challenges
8.4.Market Trends & Developments
8.5.Policy & Regulatory Landscape
8.6.Upcoming Mega Projects in Saudi Arabia
8.7.Company Profiles (Top 5)
8.7.1.Saudi EMCOR Company Ltd (EFS Facility Management)
8.7.2.Muheel Services for Maintenance & Operations LLC
8.7.3.Khidmah LLC
8.7.4.Enova Facilities Management Services LLC
8.7.5.Saudi Binladin Group Operation & Maintenance
9.UAE Facility Management Market Outlook
9.1.Market Size & Forecast
9.1.1.By Value
9.2.Market Share & Forecast
9.2.1.By Industry
9.2.2.By Service
9.2.3.By Application
9.2.4.By Type
9.2.5.By Region
9.3.Market Drivers & Challenges
9.4.Market Trends & Developments
9.5.Policy & Regulatory Landscape
9.6.Upcoming Mega Projects in Saudi Arabia
9.7.Company Profiles (Top 5)
9.7.1.Emrill Services LLC
9.7.2.Farnek Services LLC
9.7.3.Transguard Group LLC
9.7.4.Etisalat Facilities Management LLC
9.7.5.Imdaad LLC
10.Qatar Facility Management Market Outlook
10.1.Market Size & Forecast
10.1.1.By Value
10.2.Market Share & Forecast
10.2.1.By Industry
10.2.2.By Service
10.2.3.By Application
10.2.4.By Type
10.2.5.By Region
10.3.Market Drivers & Challenges
10.4.Market Trends & Developments
10.5.Policy & Regulatory Landscape
10.6.Upcoming Mega Projects in Saudi Arabia
10.7.Company Profiles (Top 5)
10.7.1.Galfar Al Misnad
10.7.2.CBM Qatar LLC
10.7.3.Al Asmakh Facilities Management
10.7.4.G4S Qatar
10.7.5.Al Tamyoz Facility Management
11.Kuwait Facility Management Market Outlook
11.1.Market Size & Forecast
11.1.1.By Value
11.2.Market Share & Forecast
11.2.1.By Industry
11.2.2.By Service
11.2.3.By Application
11.2.4.By Type
11.2.5.By Region
11.3.Market Drivers & Challenges
11.4.Market Trends & Developments
11.5.Policy & Regulatory Landscape
11.6.Upcoming Mega Projects in Saudi Arabia
11.7.Company Profiles (Top 5)
11.7.1.Alghanim International
11.7.2.United Facilities Management
11.7.3.ONE Facilities Management
11.7.4.Al Mulla Group
11.7.5.MRC Facility Management
12.Bahrain Facility Management Market Outlook
12.1.Market Size & Forecast
12.1.1.By Value
12.2.Market Share & Forecast
12.2.1.By Industry
12.2.2.By Service
12.2.3.By Application
12.2.4.By Type
12.2.5.By Region
12.3.Market Drivers & Challenges
12.4.Market Trends & Developments
12.5.Policy & Regulatory Landscape
12.6.Upcoming Mega Projects in Saudi Arabia
12.7.Company Profiles (Top 5)
12.7.1.Metropolitan Property & Facility Management
12.7.2.Gems Industrial Services W.L.L
12.7.3.IRIS Almoayyed Contracting Group
12.7.4.Elite Facility Management Company
13.Strategic Recommendations
14.About Us & Disclaimer

Report Title: Middle East Facility Management Market Segmented By Industry (Organized and Unorganized), By Service (Property, Cleaning, Security, Catering, Support, and Others), By Application (Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Public Sector), By Type (Hard Service and Soft Service), By Country, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2017-2027

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