Chief Surveyor


Last Updated: 3rd August 2017 (over 5 years ago)

Address
Saudi Arabia

E-mail
Locked

Phone Number
Locked

Gender
Male

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
Arabic, English, Hindi, Urdu

Summary

Chief Land Surveyor Development of Multi-Story D&E Type Apartments for federal government officers/general public at sector Islamabad, Pakistan Housing Authority.
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Experience

Meinhardt Group
Chief Surveyor

   May 2017
— Current

Development of Multi-Story D&E Type Apartments for federal government officers/general public at sector I-12 Islamabad, Pakistan Housing Authority.

Meinhardt Group worldwide provides engineering consulting capabilities in Civil & Infrastructure, Planning & Urban Development, Structural Engineering, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) Engineering, Project Management, Water & Environment, specialist capabilities cover Façade Engineering Environmentally Sustainable Designs (ESD) Fire Performance Engineering; Integrated Design Management; Specialist Lighting and Mission Critical Facility Design.

Dar al Riyadh Consultant Engineering & Architecture, Riyadh, KSA
Senior Land Surveyor (Consultant)

   May 2009
— Dec 2016

ROJECTS: King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) Total Cost 29 billion Saudi Riyals ($7.8 billion)
Client: RIC (Rayadah Investment Company)
Project management: Hill International
Master Plan & design: AECOM
Contractor: Saudi Binladin Group
Parcel (High Rise Tower: 4.08, 4.07, 2.09, and 2.14)

The King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) is a new development under construction near King Fahad Road in the Asahafa area of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia being undertaken by the Rayadah Investment Corporation on behalf of the Pension Authority of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, consisting of 34 towers in an area of 1.6 million square meters. It will provide more than 3 million square meters of space for various uses, 62,000 parking spaces and accommodation for 12,000 residents. In 2011 it was the largest project. The district is designed to keep it isolated from close contact with the strictly monitored Riyadh society. The design guidelines do not separate the sexes in the district. The project is estimated to cost 29 billion Saudi riyals ($7.8 billion).

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