Egis appoints regional leaders Ali Amiri and Muhammad Mustafa

14 July 2023 1 min. read
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Global engineering consultancy Egis has boosted its team with two executive-level hires. Ali Amiri and Muhammad Mustafa are both based in the UAE but have a remit that spans the entire Middle East and South Asia region.

An industry veteran with over two decades of experience, Ali Amiri has been named as the new Director for Sustainability & Specialist Engineering for the Middle East and South Asia region.

He brings over two decades of experience in construction consultancy and project management to the France-headquartered group. He has extensive knowledge in green building design, whole life carbon, renewable energy, regenerative practices and environmental design.

Egis appoints regional leaders Ali Amiri and Muhammad Mustafa

Amiri has been based in the Middle East for around a decade, previously serving Danish counterpart Ramboll and Parsons. His track record includes working on some of the most iconic sustainable infrastructure and buildings projects in the Middle East.

According to Egis, Amiri’s expertise will bolster the firm’s focus on sustainability and environmental practices including but not limited to resource efficiency, decarbonizstion, biodiversity conservation and enhancement, climate change resilience and adaptation, green infrastructure, and transition to renewable energy sources.

An expert in transportation, planning and mobility solutions, Muhammad Mustafa has been appointed as Middle East and South Asia Director of Egis’ Mobility & Planning practice. He brings with him over 25 years of experience in the sector, having worked on numerous projects across Europe, North America, and the Middle East.

Mustafa joins Egis from IBI Group, where he spent 25 years and was a long serving partner.

According to Egis, Mustafa will play a pivotal role in expanding the firm’s offerings geared at urban mobility and planning, catering to the evolving needs of cities and communities.

Egis has around 16,000 people worldwide. The firm also has a management consulting wing.