Arab Contractors has diverse knowledge in various sectors of engineering. The design office have extensive experience and skills in the construction industry. The project manager of Arab Contractors has distributed tasks to the appropriate departments, and the following section provides the responsibilities of each worker.
Hussain Al hajji (Project Manager): The project manager will deal with managing the entire project, including contacting the client, the subcontractors, reporting the day-to-day tasks and progress. The PM will also be responsible for contractual commitments regarding any delays in the project schedule and the technical performance of the project itself.
Abdulaziz Alghamdi (Site Engineer): The engineer will deal with the day to day construction and the technical aspect of the project. The engineer will coordinate with the subcontractors and supervise the construction and the different phases of the schedule. The site engineer will provide advice and any issues during the construction to the management.
Fahad Almehmadi (Cost Estimator): The estimator will be responsible for collecting, analyzing, and calculating the cost for the project which includes; time, materials, subcontractors and labor.
Fawaz AlQatami (Structural Engineer): The structural designer will be responsible for the overall design of the two story building and the basement. This will include analyses, design and transforming the architectural drawings to structural drawings and then to construction drawings.
Pranay Kumar Bommana (Logistics/Dispatch Manager): The tasks include procuring any materials the project is expecting or the subcontractors themselves. It will also include overseeing the daily aspects of the construction materials dispatched and will make sure everything arrives on time.
Thamer Alhouti (Accountant): The role of the accountant is to ensure that the project contract is in place along with the proper documentations. Other roles include preparing client billings, managing project financials and processing vendor/subcontractor invoices.
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