Dubai has one of the top five construction industries in the world and is currently worth $200 billion and shows no signs of stopping. As such, starting a construction business in Dubai opens up an enormous market for you to take advantage of your capabilities. In order to get started, there are some steps that need to be taken. First, you should find your construction company brand name before you can start the registration process. Muslims should register their company at the Trade Licensing Center (TLC) within 15 days after incorporation. A copy of all founders’ passports should be provided as well as Articles on Association which require signatures from every founder if they’re not a director or partner with another firm in UAE or foreign business license issued by other country’s government ID card imported into TLC data base & obtained UAE tax number at the same time. Once you have your business license, tax number and company registration complete, it’s time to move on to office space.
The first step is finding an area that suits the type of work you want to do in Dubai. For example: If you plan on working mainly with residential buildings then neighborhoods like JLT or The Palm might be best for you. If you want to work with commercial buildings then places like Business Bay would suit your needs better. Once a location is set, it’s time to sign the lease agreement and get started on construction!