Egyptian Engineer Hassan Emam received the highest award dedicated to project planning and management engineers, the Global Award for Project Controls Innovation - Press photo Egyptian Engineer Hassan Emam received the highest award dedicated to project planning and management engineers, the Global Award for Project Controls Innovation - Press photo

Egyptian receives best planning engineer award in UK

Mon, Nov. 18, 2019
CAIRO – 18 November 2019: Egyptian Engineer Hassan Emam received the highest award dedicated to project planning and management engineers, the Global Award for Project Controls Innovation.

The award's shortlist included, besides Emam, a consultant at the UK House of Commons, and another who works in one of the largest oil companies in Pakistan.

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Egyptian Engineer Hassan Emam receives the highest award dedicated to project planning and management engineers, the Global Award for Project Controls Innovation - Press photo


Emam is the first Egyptian, Arab and African engineer to receive the award. The grand ceremony was held at the Emirates Stadium of Arsenal Football Club in London in the presence of 1,400 attendees.

The nomination for the award is made through pre-announced procedures, and is based on an evaluation of the nominees. Results are announced by a jury composed of some of the most prestigious industry experts in the world.

Emam gave a lecture at a conference during the ceremony, where he discussed the fourth industrial revolution, and the use of industrial intelligence in the field of construction.

Emam is an Egyptian civil engineer who graduated from the Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University in 2004. He works on the largest speed trains project in Europe.
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.
 
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