Egis Appoints Sustainability Chiefs in Middle East

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Egis, a global leader in consulting, construction engineering, and mobility, reinforces its commitment to sustainable development in the Middle East with strategic leadership appointments.

Egis is strengthening its position as a top-five firm in the region. It is known for providing expert-led, high-quality, and sustainable solutions.

Leading the Charge for Sustainable Cities

Jacques Khoriaty, the newly appointed Regional Managing Director for Energy & Sustainable Cities, will leverage his extensive experience to lead a comprehensive portfolio focusing on building engineering, architecture, environmental design, and water & energy services.

Building a Sustainable Future

Dr. Ali Amiri, the new Building Engineering, Façade & Sustainability Director for the Middle East & South Asia, brings a wealth of expertise in project and design management, with a strong focus on sustainability. He will utilise the BIM technology to deliver sustainable building solutions.

Award-Winning Expertise in Sustainable Infrastructure

Laure Russier, a multi-award-winning industry leader, takes on the role of Director of Water, Energy, Ports & Marine Ecology for the Middle East & South Asia. Her dedication to sustainable infrastructure projects has been recognised with prestigious regional awards.

Shaping Sustainable Urban Design

Pedram Rad, the new Architecture Director for the Middle East and South Asia, leverages his 24 years of experience to deliver innovative design solutions that meet diverse client needs while upholding the highest sustainability standards.

Strengthening Environmental Responsibility

Yassmin Al Khatib, the new Environment Director for the Middle East & South Asia, brings a strong background in environmental leadership. Her expertise will bolster Egis' commitment to environmental responsibility across public and private sectors.

Solidifying Leadership in Saudi Arabia

Charles Trad, the appointed Energy & Sustainable Cities Director for Saudi Arabia, brings over 30 years of experience to oversee major design projects, stressing Egis' dedication to delivering best-in-class sustainable infrastructure solutions in the Kingdom.

Marwan Bsaibes, joining as Chief Operations Officer of Omrania, a leading architectural firm acquired by Egis, will play a key role in propelling Omrania's success and solidifying Egis and Omrania's position as pioneers in sustainable urban planning in Saudi Arabia.

Addressing the Challenges of the 21st Century

Egis is committed to tackling the critical challenges of the 21st century, aiming to balance improved quality of life with community growth while reducing carbon emissions and achieving net-zero targets by 2050. This new team of experts will play a crucial role in achieving this ambitious goal and shaping a sustainable future for the built environment across the Middle East.

Alaa Abusiam, CEO of Egis in the Middle East & South Asia, said: "The Middle East is a region experiencing tremendous growth, and Egis is determined to lead the way in shaping its sustainable trajectory. I am confident in the diverse abilities that Jacques, Dr. Ali, Pedram, Laure, Yassmin, Charles, and Marwan contribute to our business. Their collective talent and experience bring innovative, cost-effective and eco-friendly design and engineering solutions that cater to the evolving needs of our clients."

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