About Hassan Hammadeh
Civil Engineer - Master in Engineering Management
Project Director – Projects Manager - Design Manager
Construction Manager & Business Development Manager
I am Civil Engineer holding Master Degree in Engineering Management from the University of Auckland (New Zealand) with more than 32 years’ experience in Projects and Company Management. Experienced in working as Project Director, Projects Manager, Design Manager, Business Development Manager, Construction Manager, and General Manager on construction projects for International Airports, Infrastructure, Commercial/Residential Buildings, and Precast Manufacturing and assembling. International experience includes working in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Tunisia, Egypt, New Zealand, Nigeria and Syria
'Project Director' Oct. 2014 to date
Terminal 5 – King Khalid International Airport (T5 – KKIA) Riyadh – KSA
Design and Build New Terminal, Apron, Taxiway, Annex Buildings, Road Network, Viaducts, Tunnels Car Park and related infrastructure
Total Build-up area 230,000 square meter
Total Value 1.612 Billion SAR
Client: General Authorities of Civil Aviation (GACA)
Engineer: Saudi Consult
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