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Senior QA/QC Mechanical Design Engineer at Archen Engineering Consultants
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Maher Al-Kotory, is a graduate engineer with consolidated experience in the field of Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Plumbing, and Fire Fighting systems engineering design. Maher has been working for the last 12 years in the air conditioning and refrigeration field as a design engineer, contracts engineer, QA and QC engineer and consultant and has been involved in major comfort and industrial air conditioning systems.. He lectures in the subjects of air conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing, and fire fighting. He received 5-years bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited University. He presented technical papers in the field of LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design), and participated in Value Engineering Workshops (VE) for different projects.
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