After graduating from Cairo University as a civil engineer in 1971, Eng. Sherif M. Wassef continued his studies with a post graduate diploma in 1973 in soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering. As a Design Structural / Civil Engineer with the Arab Consulting Engineers (Moharram – Bakhoum), his participation and leadership in a variety of infrastructure and bridge projects, such as the 6th of October bridge and Beni Suef bridge, provided him with a strong background in major public works and large projects. As a structural construction engineer for the construction management team of the American CRS Group affiliate, CM Inc. which managed the U.S. Embassy Staff Housing in Cairo project and the Guezirah Sheraton Hotel Project, Eng. Sherif gained extensive experience in project management from construction phase administration, scheduling & schedule monitoring, evaluation of contracting bids to specification editing & construction documents with recommendations for construction types and systems appropriate for Egypt.
Eng. Nagui M. Wasef graduated from the architectural department of the Faculty of Beaux Arts in Cairo in 1974. As a Design Architect with the Consulting Office for Planning and Architecture (COPA), he worked on a variety of architectural projects, both commercial and residential. His participation and leadership in regionally acclaimed projects such as the urban planning and design of units in the new satellite cities around Cairo, namely the 15th of May City, and 10th of Ramadan, provided him with a strong background in major urban works. Eng. Nagui’s role as a Construction Manager with the American firm KBA International saw him on professional assignment for the building of the Marriott Omar El Khayam Hotel in Cairo. This project afforded Eng. Nagui numerous opportunities to provide key technical coordination between various disciplines and managerial services.