Tamdeen gets new chief executive
Dubai, May 17, 2010
Tecom Investments, a diversified conglomerate, has appointed Badr Al Gergawi as the new chief executive of its member company Tamdeen, which is a specialist firm in technical project management.
“Al Gergawi’s track record at Tamdeen makes him the right candidate to lead the specialist firm in technical project management,” said Abdullatif Almulla, group chief executive officer, Tecom Investments.
Al Gergawi was formerly the chief operating officer of Tamdeen and played a key role in its foundation and growth. Earlier, he worked as director of infrastructure with Dubai Properties Group, which he joined in 2005.
Extensively experienced in civil and infrastructure engineering and business management, Al Gergawi started his career with Dubai Municipality.
Al Gergawi holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the UAE University and has an MBA from the American University in Dubai.-TradeArabia News Service
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