Nass adds female engineers to on-site team
Manama, September 27, 2012
Nass Contracting, a division of Nass Corporation recently added two female engineers to its team, after the completion of their degree, making Nass the first contracting company to have Bahraini female engineers on site.
Having completed their civil engineering diploma at the Bahrain Training Institute (BTI), Bedoor Yousif Al Yousif and Fatima Mohammed Al Bousmait joined Nass Contracting as engineers in 2008, and were handling site work in association to different projects under Nass’s umbrella.
They were then sent on to complete their BSC in Civil and Construction Engineering at the University of Wales in Newport, UK, a statement from the company said.
Working with Nass for the last 4 years, Bedoor and Fatima have acquired ample experience in the field of engineering, and this degree comes to them as an add-on to their qualifications, which will help them work extensively and achieve success in their respective fields, the statement said.
Ghazi Nass, CEO of Nass Contracting, said: “The success of any company is dependent on the quality of its workforce. This success is assured by providing the organisation’s employees with comprehensive training and development in the respective field, so as to enhance their efficiency at work.”
“We at Nass ensure that our workforce is well-equipped with the knowledge and know-how of the different facets of the work-field and we will provide them with the necessary training and development to reinforce their skills on the job.”
At present, Fatima works as a project engineer, monitoring and controlling daily progress of work and Bedoor is based at the Nass Contracting Ma’ameer office doing quantity survey, and structural design. – TradeArabia News Service
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