rmc would like to congratulate Eng. Ahmed Reyad – Project Manager in rmcsince 2010 for his accomplishment of the Professional Degree Master of Business Administration (MBA), Major - Management from the “European Business School”.
The EU Business School, is Established in 1973, an international professionally accredited high-ranking business school, with campuses located in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux, and Munich. The business school is available online all over the world, offering many programs: English-taught foundation, bachelor’s masters, and MBA programs in several subjects.
Eng. Reyad’s MBA courses covered different areas of Business Administration such as: Strategic Management; Advanced Management and Leadership; Modern Economics; Marketing Management; Human Resources; International Business; Project Management; Organizational Behavior; and Business Finance.
Eng. Reyad believes that the MBA added enormously to his personality, skills, and qualifications in sharpening his creative thinking; better assessing risks and understanding the inflation rates; as well as better responding & understanding to the economic changes and market fluctuations.
Moreover, the MBA develops his competence to better perform his role as Project Manager in leading and managing the projects, in addition it improves his self-exposure to diverse perspectives on global, social, and business issues.
Last but not least, rmcalways opens its door for its employees to continuous improvement and success!
The 500/500 project site is located on a single parcel of approximately 180,000 square meters and is intended to initially accommodate 1,020 beds upon the completion of Phase 3 construction and commissioning. The total built-up area is 850,000 square meters.
The project is composed of the following floors: 4 basement floor, 5 podium floor, 2 inpatient towers and 2 outpatient; each composed of 8 and 18 floors.
rmc congratulates Eng. Ahmed Reyad for his completion of the PMP
rmcwould like to congratulate Eng. Ahmed Reyad – Project Manager in rmcsince 2010 for his completion of the Project Management Professional (PMP) ® Credential / Certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI).
The Project Management Institute (PMI) is a global non-profit organization that serves more than 2.9 million professionals including over 500,000 members in 208 countries around the world.
PMI services include the development of standards, researches, education, publications; organizing conferences and training seminars; and providing accreditation in Project Management Professional.
The PMP improves the competence of Eng. Reyad to better perform his role as Project Manager in leading and managing the projects. Moreover, Eng. Reyad believes that the PMP develops his professional skills necessary to lead project teams and achieve successful project results.
rmc is always enthusiastic to share and encourage the employees in their continuous success and achievement!
rmc congratulates Eng. Amira Baraka for the great achievement
rmc would like to congratulate Ms. Amira Baraka Senior Interior Designer for her selection to the prestigious international residency program “Art Omi” in New York State. Amira has been selected as the first ever Egyptian, along with 10 other international professional architects, due to her qualifications and her experience in the fields of Architecture and Interior Design.
Art Omi is a non-profit arts center that hosted more than 2,000 artists from over 100 countries in order to create a diverse, positive working community by transforming the guiding vision into an exciting reality.
Amira’s innovative project is about analyzing examples of living and interventions that have not been integrated within the typical Architectural language. She chose a very creative example of living, which is the “Pigeon Towers” of Cairo.
The objective of her choice is to study the special elevated social space in the tower and its connection to the city.
During the residency period, Eng. Amira and the other candidates must submit and describe a conceptual or practical project on their own. The project was presented in the form of drawings, collages, and digital images in the presence of distinguished Architecture Critic.