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About Hassan Diab
Architect specialized in Project management, contract administration, and Quantity Surveying.
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Specialized with the preparation of architecture specifications including qualitative requirements for products, materials, and workmanship upon which the construction contract is based.
expert with bid document and contract preparation, including AIA, NBS, QCS and FIDIC contracts. making decisions in the material selection versus technical and aesthetic aspects of products and materials along with their installation, performance, and longevity. Professional expertise in design development, construction documents and project planning for various occupancy types. Experience with many project types, including, recreational, institutional, transportation, schools, hospitals, jails, airports, condominiums, commercial retail developments, and government projects.
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