Mr. Khalid Mahmood has a professional degree in Electrical engineering from Philippines and has over twenty-five (25) years professional work experience of EPC Contracting of Projects and Trading of Electro-Mechanical Products in different countries.
He worked as Divisional Manager for EPC contracting for Construction of transmission and Distribution Projects with Mansour Al Mosaid Company in Saudi Arabia. He also worked as a head of Trading division for trading of electro-mechanical martials globally. He worked with Lucent Technoligies INT’L in SAUDI ARABIA for TEP-6 & GSM Network project all over SAUDI ARABIA.
He served with M/S SUMITOMO Corp. of Japan for Telecom Network Project (GCTNP-II) Colombo Sri Lanka as a Construction Manager.
He has also worked for the construction 500 KV Substation Project in Jamshoro, Sind, Pakistan with MG (Merlin Gerin) and 220 KV Substation Daud Khel, Pakistan with Transenergy as a Project Engineer.
Muhammad Akram, M.Eng
Mr. Muhammad Akram has over twenty years professional experience of civil engineering, structural Engineering, teaching and research in various parts of the world including Pakistan, Philippine and Canada. He moved to Canada in 2009 and enrolled in Ryerson University and completed M. Sc. Civil Engineering (specialized in Structural) to upgrade his knowledge and skills in Canada.
Mr. Muhammad’s experience is supplemented by his collaboration with industries, government and private organizations. He has worked with contracting organization in Canada and managed various challenging projects that includes Brantford Central Library Renovation, Brantford, Cassie Campbell Community Centre Administration Addition, Brampton, SW District Road Maintenance Facility-Expansion, Install Central Air Conditioning, Access Road/Parking Lot Repaving and New Lighting and Watermain Construction, Willowbrook Rail Maintenance Facility-Site Works, Construction of Temporary Access for rehabilitation of the Markham Collector Sewer System.
Mr. Muhammad Akram was also involved as structural engineering in various challenging projects that includes Shoukat Khanum Memorial Research Centre (11 Storey), Lahore, Saeed Centre, Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan., Allah Rakha Commercial Plaza, Lahore, Pakistan, Khuwaja Hospital (06 Storey), Kasur, Punjab, Pakistan., Warsen Pharmaceutical Factories, Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan., Myplan Laboratories, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan., IT Center For Government Commerce College, Sargodha., Residential Buildings/Houses (approx. 20 nos.), Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Syed Zil-e-Hassnain, M.Eng
Syed is a professional, has over 20 years work experience in the field of Civil Engineering design/construction, for private and public sectors, earned degrees in Water Resources Management (M.Phil.), M.B.A.I.T, Civil Engineering (B.Sc.), and Advanced Diploma in Transportation Engineering from Pakistan, Philippines, and Canada respectively.
Worked in Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Alberta and Ministry of Transportation, Ontario, in public operation divisions: Conducted traffic counts on Intersections and prepared Warrant and Collision Analysis Reports, also performed several crosswalks, traffic calming, and left turn studies. In addition to this, involved in the procurement procedures of traffic signs and pavement markings, planning, design, and construction of asphalt pavement of parking lots, driveways, and stone interlock pavement of sidewalks, experienced in conducting, sight distance measurements by RADAR speed gun, prepared traffic analysis reports (TAR) for different highways. Before moving to Canada, worked with Mega World Bank funded Projects in Pakistan Such as; Neelum Jhelum Hydroelectric, High Head Hydropower Complex, CRBC, Punjab Private Sector Groundwater Development, Marala Ravi Link Canal, Fordwah-Eastern Sadiqia (South), and Khushab SCARP Projects; prepared geometric designs of dams, roadways, and intersections, made detailed design drawings, plan profiles, cross sections, quantities, and prepared engineer’s estimates. Syed can supervise the construction works as per engineering standards/ design instructions