Established in 1984, the Projacs has a network of over 20 major offices in the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, Europe and North America with more than 600 professional staff offering customized services to a variety of clients in the public and private sectors.
The company thrives to become a leading Construction / Project Management and Training firm in the Middle East emphasizing quality of service to its clients through the application of state-of-the-art project management control systems and procedures.
Projacs has seen a few changes in the past 12 months. The project management firm wa 51% acquired by international engineering company, Egis, last year and Ashraf Al-Garf was subsequently named CEO of Projacs in August.
Projacs has more than 100 active projects covering the GCC and North Africa. Notable projects include NBK headquarters and Central Bank of Kuwait in Kuwait, City Stars Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt, Qatar Entertainment City, and Balqis Residence Palm Jumeirah in the UAE, to name a few.
The company has created the Projacs Academy to act as an arm for career development, both in house and for external clients. It uses the Academy to educate the market and promote project management across the region.
Vision tower, Bahrain
Al-Tayeb Residential Tower, Kuwait
Central Bank of Kuwait
Qatar Entertainment City
Balqis Residence Palm Jumeirah