A specialist in irrigation and mechanical engineering, Mohamed Gamil joined TerraVerde in 2005 as a site engineer and has since progressed to become a site project manager with over 200 successfully completed builds to his credit. His particular expertise is the design and specification of irrigation systems.
Reporting to the operations director, Mohamed is responsible for site preparation to build completion and overseeing the whole design and construction process. His primary role is to mange on-site teams to ensure that the construction works meet environmental, safety, structural, zoning and aesthetic standards. He determines and schedules different stages of the building process according to the project programme.
Managing teams of engineers and construction workers across multiple sites, Mohamed visits each site regularly to check quality standards, resolve problems as they arise, monitor progress and ascertain whether phases of the construction process are in compliance with the agreed plans and project deadlines.
Mohamed graduated in 1996 with a BSc in Agricultural Engineering and subsequently in 1998 with a Diploma in Measurements, Environmental and Agricultural Applications. On graduation, he was employed by a landscaping contracting company and responsible for execution works on private residential developments. He then took up a challenging role in Saudi Arabia designing and implementing irrigation systems for a large-scale horticultural business. Prior to joining TerraVerde he worked in Egypt designing, executing and overseeing the maintenance of irrigation systems for a wide range of clients including, farms, factories, public spaces and private developments.