Professional Team

Name: Sami Sabir Ali
Nationality: Iraqi
Date of Birth: 01-07-1955
Post title: Civil Engineer
Address: Iraq, Suleimaniyah Governorate, Rizgary
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- 1977 – 1981: Bachelor of Science (BSc.) in Civil Engineering, Suleimaniyah University, Iraq.

- 1982: Training course on tests of construction materials at the National Center of Construction Materials Laboratories for three months in Baghdad.
- 1983: Training course on study and design of Roads and bridges for three months at the General State of Roads and Bridges in Baghdad.
- 1986: Training course on personal computer BASIC language for one month.
- 1996: Training course on Software programs for computers.
- 1999: Training course on Staad - III (Structural analysis and design) Software program.

- Structural Designs: Proficient in designing and checking various reinforced concrete elements, including Footing Designs, Single and Multi-storey Frame Building Designs, cast-in-situ reinforced concrete bridges, and drainage structures for roads (different kinds and sizes of reinforced culverts).

- Filter Designs.
- Designs of Retaining walls: Experienced in designing both Gravity and reinforced concrete retaining walls.
- Structural designs of flexible and rigid pavement thickness.
- Well-experienced in quality control of construction materials and managing laboratory operations.

1. April 2008 - Present: General Directorate of Seko Engineering House for design, consultancy, supervising, and testing of construction materials.
2. September 2005 - Present: Consultant and Structural Design Engineer at Sako Engineering Bureau.
3. May 2004 - September 2005: Supervisor Engineer at Sulaimani Airport, responsible for quality control (laboratory) of runway, taxiway, and internal roads.
4. Sept 1998 - November 2003: Office Engineer at UN – HABITAT.
5. October 1993 - September 1998: General Director of Roads and Bridges.
6. June 1988 - March 1991: Service in the Iraqi Military.
7. August 1981 - June 1988: Supervisor Engineer for the expressway No. one sections R6 and R9 in Iraq.

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