Highly commended with incredible record of accomplishments and appreciations charted over sixteen (16) years, including the last ten years in the General/ Operations/ Program/ Business development/ Project / Construction Management in the United Kingdom, Middle East and Pakistan. Impeccable experience of operating in Senior Management positions with ‘top class’ National and International Client’s office, PMCs, Professional Services consultancies and development agencies in developed as well as developing countries.
Uniquely qualified as a Civil Engineer with Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering, Project Manager with Master’s degree in Project Management from University of Reading and Business Administration with Masters in Business Administration (Ongoing) from University of Leicester.
Certified Chartered Engineer (CEng) and member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), UK, Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and member of the Project Management Institute USA and PRINCE 2 (Projects In Controlled Environment) Practitioner with extensive experience in Construction and Project Management throughout a project’s lifecycle and leading Project and Construction teams for various large projects and portfolios.
Experienced in delivery from developing concept to handover of the completed projects including design development and construction. The experience comprises State of the art specialist hospital and health facilities, complex buildings, museum, high end office space, sea reclamation, mix use developments, Economic zone development, infrastructure including roads, bridges, earthworks, schools and surface/sub surface utilities.
Infrastructure Development Authority of the Punjab (IDAP) is an autonomous body established under the Infrastructure Development Authority of the Punjab Act 2016, for planning, designing, construction and maintenance of infrastructure in the province, in line with the best international practices, to cope with futuristic development needs. IDAP is a specialized organization free of encumbrances prevalent in public sector departments ... [Read More]