Egyptian Engineer wins the highest award dedicated to project planning and management.
Egyptian Engineer Hassan Emam received the highest award dedicated to project planning and management engineers, the Global Award for Project Controls Innovation & our keynote speaker.
Hassan holds a BSc in civil engineering from Alexandria university and MBA for construction executives from the University of Manchester. Currently he is a PhD student at the University of Bolton.
He is also a fellow of the British Royal Association for Building, and a member of its Board of Directors in the Central part of England.
In addition to his academic qualifications he holds professional qualifications as Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP) from AACEi, Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Building (MCIOB), Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD), and membership in the Egyptian syndicate of engineers.
Hassan Emam is a planning and scheduling professional. He gained diversified experience in construction project management working in variety of projects such as: airports, residential buildings, hotels, bridges, infrastructure, tunneling and railways, largest speed trains project in Europe. This diversity in experience lead to an in depth understanding of the nature and dynamics of construction industry.