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Prequalification


Table of Contents This Pre- Qualification Binder aims to demonstrate the expertise and resources available to Energy Management Services ( EMS ) that qualifies them to extend their services. The Contents of this binder include: 1.1: 1.2:

1.3: 1.4: 1.5: 1.6:

EMS Profile & Experience Company Profile Recent Projects and Case Studies • Energy Performance Contracting • Energy & Water Auditing • Green Solutions • LEED Commissioning

References Energy Management Software Project Management QA/QC Key Personnel


Recent Projects & Case Studies Energy Performance Contracting Energy & Water Auditing Green Solutions


Energy Performance Contracting Case Studies & Experience ( The following slides give details on work carried out on 5 office buildings )


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings ) Facility Details Facility Name Type Location Built-up Area Meter Details

: : : : :

Al-Khaleej Centre Office & Commercial Dubai 40,631 m² kWh- Meter-1 (91-316-99105-8) kWh- Meter-2 (91-316-99106-6) kWh- Meter-3 (91-316-99107-4) kWh- Meter-4 (91-316-99108-2) kWh- Meter-5 (91-316-99109-0) Average energy consumption before implementation: 8, 746,487 in kWhr Average Electricity bill in AED = 1,749,297 Tariff : 20 fills / kWh Age : 12-Years Occupancy : 98% Al -Khal e e j C e ntre Se ctori al Di sti buti on of kW h

26.6%

Energy Balance 73.4%

HVAC Light ing & Small Power


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings ) List of Implemented Energy Saving Measures: •Chiller sequencing •Control command centre •Variable speed drives on Air handling units •Variable speed drives Fresh air handling units •Timers on external lights •Replacing energy efficient lamps •Air curtains •Water less urinals •Flush tank’s water bags •Water tap’s Aerators Average energy consumption after implementation: 4,191,153 in kWhr Average Electricity bill in AED= 1,383,081 (Tariff @:33 fills / kWh) Average achieved savings: 20 %


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings ) Facility Details Facility Name : Head office – Commercial Bank of Dubai Type : Commercial Office Location : Dubai Built-up Area : 46,000 m² Average energy consumption before implementation: 1,959,058 in kWhr Average Electricity bill in AED= 391,811 Tariff : 20 fills / kWh Age : 12-Years Occupancy : 100%

He ad office - C BD Se ctorial Distibution of kWh

29.4%

Energy Balance 70.6%

HVAC Lighting & Small Power


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings ) List of Implemented Energy saving measures: •Chiller sequencing •Control command centre •Variable Air Volume control •Fan coil units controls •Temperature schedule Actual Energy consumption after implementation: 1,535,713 in kWhr Actual DEWA Electricity bill in AED= 307,142. (Tariff @:0.20 fills / kWh) Annual Energy Savings in kWhr = 423,345. Annual savings In AED= 84,669 Average achieved savings: 20 %


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings ) Facility Details Facility Name Type Location Built-up Area Meter Details

: : : : :

Citi bank Commercial office Dubai 33,500 m² kWh- Meter-1 (72490767) kWh- Meter-2 (27923984) kWh- Meter-3 (72490748) kWh- Meter-4 (27923912) kWh- Meter-5 (27923824) Average energy consumption before implementation: 7,047,738 in kWhr Average Electricity bill in AE= 1,409,547 Tariff : 20 fills / kWh Age : 10-Years Occupancy : 100% C i ti Ban k S e ctori al Di sti bu ti on of kWh

Energy Balance

44.0% 56.0%

HVAC Light ing & Small P ower


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings ) List of Implemented Energy saving measures: •Chiller sequencing •Chiller temperature set point •Variable Air Volume control •Fan coil units controls •Temperature schedule Actual Energy consumption after implementation: 5,695,315in kWhr Actual DEWA Electricity bill in AED= 1,139,063 (Tariff @:0.20 fills / kWh)

Annual Energy Savings in kWhr = 1,352,423 Annual savings In AED= 270,484 Average achieved savings: 19 %


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings ) Facility Details Facility Name : Office court Type : Office building Location : Dubai Built-up Area : 37,450 m² Meter Details : kWh- Meter-1 (17180-9) Annual Energy consumption before implementation: 4,127,646 kWhr Annual Electricity bill in AED= 825,529. Tariff : 20 fills / kWh Age : 9-Years Occupancy No. of storey’s

: :

100% G+M+3-Typical Floor+Lower & Upper Roof


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings )


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings ) Facility Details Facility Name : Oasis Tower Type : Residential Location : Dubai Built-up Area : 30,600 m² Meter Details : kWh- Meter-1 (99150-9) kWh- Meter-2 (99151-7) Annual Energy consumption before implementation: 7,756,493in kWhr Annual Electricity bill in AED= 1,551,298. Tariff : 20 fills / kWh Age : 7-Years Occupancy : 90% No. of storey’s : B+G+M+30 -Typical Floor+Lower & Upper Roof O asis Towe r Se ctorial Distibution of kWh

Energy Balance

37% 63%

HVAC Lighting & Small Power


Case Studies ( 5 Buildings ) List of Implemented Energy saving measures: •Chiller sequencing •Control command centre •Variable Speed drive for fresh Air handling units •Variable Speed drive for Air handling units •Fan coil units temperature controls •Temperature schedule Actual Energy consumption after implementation: 6,345,093 kWhr Actual DEWA Electricity bill in AED= 1,269,018. (Tariff @:0.20 fills / kWh) Annual Energy Savings in kWhr = 986,477. Annual savings In AED= 197,295 Average achieved savings: 18 %


Energy Performance Contracting Case Studies & Experience ( The following slides give details on facility Plant Services and Utility Bills)


Facility and Plant Details Facility Details Facility Name

Manarah Tower

Type

Age

Residential

7Years

Occupancy

100%

No:of Storeys

B+G+M+21 Storey Building

Landlord Meter Details 058-0603-085-3, 058-0603-0861 058-0603-087-9

Residential

9Years

100%

B+G+M+17 Storey Building

9614143, 9614146, 9427219

Oasis Tower

Residential

7Years

90%

B+G+M+30 Storey Building

99150-9, 99151-7

Al-Khaleej Centre

Commercial

98%

B+G+M+7 Storey Building

91-316-99105-8, 91-316-991066

Reveira Tower

12Years

91-316-99107-4, 91-316-991082 91-316-99109-0

Office court

Commercial

9Years

100%

B+G+6 Storey Building

319-99355-8/26897425 319-99356-6/26897422


Facility and Plant Details Chiller Plant Details Project Name

Building Type

A/C-System

Total Tonns

No. of Chillers

Model Number

Manarah Tower

Residential

Air Cooled Chiller

1293

4

YORK-YDAJ 97 KU 7

Reveira Tower

Residential

Air Cooled Chiller

938

3

YORK-YDAJ66HT9

Oasis Tower

Residential

Water Cooled Chiller

1330

3

TRANE-CVHG-1067

Al-Khaleej Centre

Commercial

Air Cooled Chiller

2090

11

Carrier-30-GT- 190

Office court

Commercial

Air Cooled Chiller

700

4

YORK-YEAJ98MU7


Saving Measures Installed Electrical & Mechanical Saving Measures Oasis Tower, Dubai Measures Electrical

Riveira Tower, Sharjah Measure Electrical

Al-Khaleej Centre,Dubai Measure s Electrical

Al Manarah Tower, Sharjah Measures Electrical

Fixture replacement

Lamp replacement

Replacement of Fixtures

None

Reflectors Lamp replacement

Reflectors

Removing lamp Replacement of Low voltage HL CO sensors for car park extract fans

Mechanical VSD for FAHUS

Mechanical Chiller sequencing

Mechanical Chiller sequencing

Fresh air reduction

Heat recovery wheel

VFDs on AHUs

Mechanical VSDs on AHUs & CEF Chiller Sequencing & VSDs on CHWP

Heat Pipes for FAHUs

Prog thermostats CCC including Energy Meters

Heat recovery wheel

Window Film - Sq. mtr.

Prog thermostats CCC including Energy Meters

CCC including Energy Meters

Office Court, Dubai Measures Electrical Reflectors & Electronic Ballasts Compact Fluorescent Lamps LV Halogen Replacement

Progr Thermostats CCC including Energy Meters

Mechanical Chiller sequencing Heat Recovery Wheels Programmable thermostats HRWs variation CCC including Energy Meters


Facility and Plant Details Normalized Utility Bills - Before & After the Installation of Saving Measures Al-Khaleej Center Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

2002 Baseyear

568,236

547,390

666,828

771,999

952,665 985,528 1,299,011

2005

422,582

410,571

517,901

622,388

760,200 909,121

904,479

1,368,753 989,616

Sep

Oct

Nov

1,159,833 1,075,570 837,920

Dec

Total - kWh

722,310

10,956,043 8,549,578

946,591

794,314

746,528

525,287

Savings 22.0%

Office court

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Total - kWh

2003 Baseyear

218,565

210,318

262,453

301,268

385,118

434,943

461,397

468,914

447,598

389,890

296,932

250,250

4,127,646

2004

198,750

192,343

235,758

269,836

326,964

363,690

416,270

433,127

389,657

334,712

253,279

203,277

3,617,664

Savings 12.4%

Manarah Tower Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Total - kWh

2003 Baseyear

192,182

152,476

217,106

268,618

343,496

410,448

490,286

474,112

425,903

338,866

248,152

196,665

3,758,310

2004

167,671

131,742

190,249

232,527

271,918

315,751

351,565

351,565

318,882

285,736

224,183

156,976

2,998,766

Savings 20.2%

Oasis Tower Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Total - kWh

2003 Baseyear

445,931

425,278

495,529

558,728

640,416

845,728

915,171

1,042,375

889,899

714,303

535,272

503,018

8,011,647

2005

374,290

380,936

409,893

489,387

562,283

730,486

680,067

621,684

617,640

611,853

426,086

351,371

6,255,976

Savings 21.9%

Reveira Tower Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Total - kWh

2004 Baseyear

195,669

186,789

275,140

309,625

389,581

451,754

497,435

535,039

477,864

292,907

202,074

221,539

4,035,416

2007

155,769

131,791

154,613

237,808

323,094

394,939

477,514

492,939

436,200

439,820

161,271

159,393

3,565,151

Savings 11.7%


Energy Performance Contracting Case Studies & Experience ( The following slides give descriptions on Energy Saving Measures)


Description of Saving Measures •High efficiency reflectors for lighting Providing mirror finish high efficiency reflectors at various fixtures will reduce the actual number of lamps while maintaining or improving lighting levels, without affecting general aesthetics. •Fixture replacement for lights Inefficient low voltage fixtures can be replaced with energy efficient lamps with a new fixture with the same illumination levels and general aesthetics. •Variable speed drives Variable speed drives are used to control motors to run optimally, by utilizing a pre-determined sensing parameter. This is particularly applicable for motors, which experience variable loading like fresh air handling units and car park exhaust fans. •Fresh air reduction VSDs installed on FAHUs to provide more flexibility to the fresh air. The current switched off timings will be optimized with VSD control from BMS. •Programmable thermostats Programmable thermostats are used to adjust the temperature set points based on occupancy, time of day etc. depending on the required application. The objective is to reduce the cooling load if it is not required. •Heat pipes in FAHUs Heat pipes can be used in FAHUs to remove heat from the air stream before it encounters the cooling coil leading to less sensible cooling required by the coil and providing superior dehumidification ability. •Installing Timers on Water Heaters Heaters are mainly used to supply hot water in the toilets washing. It is found that the water heaters are kept switched on 24 hours a day, as there is no automatic control provided except an ON & OFF switch, which is ON all the time. The only control is the built in thermostat, which is set to 55 to 60OC. However most of the water heaters were found to be switched OFF in the summer during the course of our audit visits. The electrical rating of the water heaters is 1.2 kW. The losses in the heater are related to the thermal insulation. No insulation is a perfect insulator, which can maintain the thermal gradient without any loss of heat energy. This physical phenomenon leads to loss in the heat energy during the usable as well as the idle time of the water heater (mainly the night hours). In the night hours, heat is lost from the water heater through the insulation of the heater wall. It is advisable that the water heaters are switched off during these hours to save electrical energy, which is lost in maintaining the set temperature of the water. The timer can be programmed according to the required operating schedule.


Description of Saving Measures •Carbon Sensors in Car Park Basements This is one of the air quality sensors, which are often called total contaminant sensors because they measure and react to a broad range of diverse compounds in the air. These sensors utilize an interactive, chemical based, oxidizing element. When this element is exposed to various compounds in the air, the sensor will vary its electrical resistance and provide an output signal. The Carbon mono Oxide sensor will emit the signal (e.g., 4-20 mA) which will be adjusted with the ON/OFF of the fans according to the concentration of the Carbon Mono Oxide. By running the fans according to the requirements, considerable amount of power can be saved. •Heat Recovery Wheel The cold air exhausted through centralized exhaust fans from the building can be utilized to cool the fresh air. Fresh air at ambient temperature should first be passed through a heat exchanger before it is being fed to the air conditioning units. This will result into recovering the energy wasted through the exhaust air. Also the quality of fresh air will be maintained by eliminating all the possible contamination. As a result, the temperature and enthalpy of the incoming air will be decreased and consequently the chiller load will be reduced. Heat recovery wheel has an average efficiency of 80 %. This includes both sensible as well as latent heat recovery. •Heat Pipes Heat pipes into this air-handling unit to minimize the power consumed by the electric heaters and also to eliminate the need for higher evaporator temperature or higher chilled water temperature to obtain higher thermodynamic efficiencies. The two main characteristics of heat pipe are the ability to conduct heat over a long distance, and the ability to transfer a very large amount of heat with very small difference in temperature. Depending upon conditions, Heat Pipe can double the amount of moisture removed by an air-conditioners cooling coil resulting in noticeably improved indoor air quality and reduced power demand. By circulating Heat Pipes in sections before and after the cooling coil, heat is removed from the air stream before it encounters the cooling coil. The passively pre-cooled air means less sensible cooling is required by the coil, providing more latent capacity and superior dehumidification ability. The now “over cooled” air passes across the reheat section of the heat pipe, bringing the air temperature to a comfortable indoor condition. •Solar reflective film on glass panels and roof GRP panels Solar transmission through the glass area is a major contributory factor to the air conditioning load in the building. This solar load is seasonal and varies according to the sun inclinations and ambient temperatures. Also the solar load depends on the type of glass and its orientation. Solar reflective films on the glazed surfaces to reduce the solar load and thus the air conditioning load. The solar film can reject 70 % of the solar energy resulting in heat load reduction which generates savings in chiller consumption


Description of Saving Measures •Chilled Water Temperature Reset The energy consumed by a chiller is proportional to the condenser pressure. The condenser pressure is depending on the chilled water supply temperature. This means that if the chilled water supply temperature is raised, the energy can be saved. Usually the supply chilled water set point will be adjusted in the chiller for the maximum cooling load. At lower cooling load requirement periods, this set point temperature of the chilled water supply can be raised safely without affecting the cooling parameters. Experiments show that each degree raise in the chilled water supply temperature will lead to a saving of 2% in the chiller consumption. A chilled water reset board with a temperature sensor is required to be installed, in each chiller for this purpose. The actual degrees to be raised shall be found out practically after installation. With the local weather pattern, the set point can be raised by two degrees safely. In actual practice this will be more and will lead to more savings. •CCC- Control Command Centre CCC provides efficient and economical energy management for HVAC system. CCC analyses the plant data from your building (measured values, control variables, messages etc.) and collates this data to produce meaningful reports. Any relevant data point from the building automation and control system can be logged for analysis purposes. Based on this data, further measures for optimization of the plant can be undertaken and monitored.


Description of Saving Measures Applications of CCC on HVAC Equipments Chiller sequencing •DDC controller will execute an optimum Start & Stop based on chiller demand with reference to the temperature difference on the common header return temperature and the Set-Point value. •The DDC controller will increase the chiller efficiency by minimizing the load and losses on the chiller circuits by closing the motorized chilled water valve (Butterfly Valve) of unused chillers. •The DDC controller will execute a Set-Point Shift as DAY/NIGHT mode that can be applied on winter or summer based on time schedule. •The DDC controller will provide auto sequencing of the chillers to achieve equal run time hours. •The DDC controller will provide automatic changeover of lead/lag duty cycle on times of chiller fault or water flow fail on duty chillers.


Description of Saving Measures Variable speed drives on chilled water pumps •The DDC controller will execute Optimum Start & Stop of the chilled water pumps based on the actual demand on the chillers. •The DDC controller will provide auto sequencing of the pumps to achieve equal run time hours. •The DDC controller will provide automatic changeover of lead/lag duty cycle on times of pumps fault or water flow failure on duty pumps.

Depending on the number of chillers that will be operational, the DDC controller will calculate the required speed of the pump motor and how many pumps are required to maintain the flow rate requirement of the system. This will eliminate the constant run of pumps on duty at all times. With motorized valve isolation of chillers on Off-duty cycle will allow to drop the requirement of running required pumps at full speed, most specifically during winter season. Chiller circuit isolation will increase the head pressure that will require regulation, thus the DDC controller will give feed back to the VFDs of pumps to run at calculated speed.


Description of Saving Measures AHUs Temperature reset during unoccupied hours The set temperature can easily be raised to a set point temperature level of 27째C on non-occupied periods, which will result in a considerable amount of energy saving. The DDC controller compares the return air temperature with the modified set-point during the unoccupied periods, and modulate the chilled water three way valve according to the requirement, result in energy saving.

The weekly time schedules programmed in DDC controller will switch-off the AHUs during the un-occupied hours. The adjustable duty cycles of AHUs gives the direct motor savings and also reflects to the chiller consumption correspondingly.


Description of Saving Measures Installation of variable speed drives on air handling units All the air handling units are designed and selected for the maximum cooling load, which occur in the concerned space. For the calculation of maximum cooling load, all the parameters are considered to be at peak. These parameters are ambient temperature, lighting load, occupancy, and electrical equipment and space set point temperature.

In practice this “maximum cooling load� never occurs. This means that the airflow of the air handling units can be controlled as per the above mentioned parameters. A programmable controller gives the feedback to the VFD for speed modulation based on the space and the ambient temperature condition.


Energy Performance Contracting Case Studies & Experience ( The following slides give a list of other previous Energy Performance Contracts carried out by EMS)


Energy Performance Contracts Below is a list of other previous Energy Performance Contracts which EMS has carried out: 3rd August, 2000 Project Name: Measure Name:

Al Diar Gulf Hotel, Abu Dhabi Installation of Heat Recovery Wheel System

10th June, 2002 Project Name: Measure Name: Measure Name: Measure Name: Measure Name: Measure Name:

Hamarain Shopping Mall, Dubai HVAC System & Building Management System Lighting Water System Remote control and monitoring system Supply of Data Loggers with probes

30th August, 2003 Project Name: Measure Name:

Jernain Tower HVAC System and Building Management System

30th August, 2003 Project Name: Measure Name:

Silver Tower HVAC System and Building Management System


Energy Performance Contracts

4th February , 2003 Project Name: Measure Name: Measure Name: Measure Name: Measure Name: Measure Name: Measure Name:

Lamcy Plaza HVAC System & Building Management System Installation of reflectors Solar Window Films Supply of Motors Installation of reflectors Installation and termination of P20 energy saving units

15th December, 2000 Project Name: Measure Name: Measure Name:

Le Meridien Hotel, Abu Dhabi Installation of Heat Recovery Wheel System Supply and Installation of Insulpaint

27th November, 2004 Project Name: Measure Name: Measure Name: Measure Name:

Marina Mall, Abu Dhabi HVAC and Building Management Control System Heat Pipes Energy Savers ES-25


Energy & Water Auditing ( The following slides are examples of some energy audits carried out by EMS in various country’s )


Energy and Water Audit

Client Name

Islamic Hospital - Jordan

Project

Study & Implementation by EMS

Total energy & water saving

Scope of Services

Achieved Saving Percentage in fuel bill: 21.2% Achieved Saving Percentage in electricity bill: 14.1% Achieved Saving Percentage in water bill: 14.9% Total Saving in Energy Bill: 15.4% Annual Energy Saving: JD 68,000 Required Investment: JD 83,000 Net P/B Period: 15 Months Detailed energy and water audits with energy and water balance studies, whereby the facility will be divided into areas / systems / sectors. Each area will have its benchmark consumption and estimated saving potential Implemented a CCC to monitor and control the process remotely Replacement of inefficient equipment with new energy and water labeled equipment


Energy and Water Audit

Client Name

Project

Total energy & water saving

Scope of Services

Arab Medical Center

Smart Property Solution (energy and water Audit) 18% annual Saving

Detailed energy and water audits with energy and water balance studies, whereby the facility will be divided into areas / systems / sectors. Each area will have its benchmark consumption and estimated saving potential Implemented a CCC to monitor and control the process remotely Replacement of inefficient equipment with new energy and water labeled equipment


Energy Audit

Client Name

Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC

Project

Energy Saving Study (Energy Audit)

Total Energy Saving

20% annual Saving

Scope of Services

Steam boilers calibration, Recommend Fuel substitution, Power Factor Correction Capacitor 100 kVAr, Control Lighting Usage According To Time Delay, and installing The Efficient Occupancy Sensors, Synchronizing lighting with machines, Photocells, Door switch, Replacement in Lighting System with more efficient, Automatic control of cooling towers


Energy Audit

Client Name

The Jordanian Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Co (Al- Razi Pharma)

Project Total Energy Saving

Scope of Services

Energy Saving Study (Energy Audit) 17.4% annual Saving

Implementation of a systematic energy use management process: Analysis of each Building’s operational characteristics. Evaluation of energy use by equipment / sector. Establishing the “Energy Balance” of each Energy System.


Energy Audit

Client Name

Project Total Energy Saving

Scope of Services

Arab Pharmaceutical Co

Energy Saving Study (Energy Audit) 18% annual Saving

Increase chiller efficiency and Improve Heat exchange Efficiency, Control Lighting Operation and redesign Store Lighting, Reduce of Air conditioning Energy, Reduce Air compressor Friction Loss, Reduce Factory Air Condition Leaks.


Energy Audit

Client Name

Project Total Energy Saving

Scope of Services

Arab Center for Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals Energy Saving Study (Energy Audit) 20% annual Saving

Detailed energy audits with energy balance studies, whereby the facility will be divided into areas / systems / sectors. Each area will have its benchmark consumption and estimated saving potential Implemented a CCC to monitor and control the process remotely Replacement of inefficient equipment with new energy labeled equipment


Energy and Water Audit

Client Name

Project

Total energy & water saving

Scope of Services

Kasih Canned Food Production Co.

Energy and Water Saving Study (energy and water Audit)

JOD 26,000 Annually

Detailed energy and water audits with energy and water balance studies, whereby the facility will be divided into areas / systems / sectors. Each area will have its benchmark consumption and estimated saving potential Implemented a CCC to monitor and control the process remotely. Replacement of inefficient equipment with new energy and water labeled equipment


Energy Projects ( The following slides show details on Energy Savings )


0 Jordan New Cable (JNC)

Milliniem Paper Mill (MPM)

Ministry of Water and Irrigation

Pearl Sanitary Paper Converting Co.

Islamic Hospital

National Paints Factories

Arab Aluminium Industries

Union Tobacco Company

Perfect Printing Press

Packaging Indusries Company

EL-ZAY Ready Wear Factory

Quality Food Industries Co.

ALKEENA Hygenic Paper Mill

Energy Projects ( Industrial Buildings ) Actual Annual Energy Savings in Sample EMS Running Projects

1,000,000

900,000

800,000

700,000

600,000

500,000 Electricity (kWh)

Diesel (Liters)

400,000

300,000

200,000

100,000


Energy Projects ( Hospitals )

USAID


Energy Projects ( The following slides show previous Energy Value analysis projects )


Energy Projects ( EVA ) – Detailed No.

1

2

Client

Project (s)

Country

Size

Description

EMAAR Properties PJSC

Burj Dubai, Dubai Mall, Dubai Marina – Phase I, Old Town Commercial Complex, Burj Dubai Lake Hotel, The Lofts, The Burj Views, Boulevard Walk, Marina Arcade & Tower,Murjan Tower, Fairoz Tower, Al-Mass Tower, Dubai Marina Hotel, & many other commercial & Residential towers.

UAE

EMS was employed by Emaar to advise on energy efficiency and value analysis for the designs of over 30 of their most prestigious projects

Union Properties PJSC

Green Community Phase I, Green Community – Motor City, Up Town 1 & 2, Auto Mall & Offices, Mussala Tower, Sky Walk Tower (Marriott Apartments), Net.Community, Union Tower and other commercial & residential developments.

UAE

EMS was employed by Union Properties to advise on energy efficiency and value analysis for the designs of over 30 of their most prestigious projects

UAE

EMS was employed by ISHRAQ for two of its Holiday Express hotels in Dubai, and will be involved in the upcoming 23 hotels to be constructed. Scope of works include: Value Analysis of MEP design of the Hotel Review and Verification of the Cooling Load Capacity Introduction of « Green Building » LEED design guidelines Review of waste water management Introduction of renewable energy techniques (Solar Energy) Energy consumption monitoring and targeting of building energy performance at Associate LEED Services

UAE

EMS in employed by MOBH Group to advise on energy efficiency and value analysis for all its hotel, offices commercial & residential developments.

Qatar

EMS was assigned by Energy City - Qatar to prepare the Green Buildings Design Guidelines to be incorporated by their consultants in their designs. EMS will later be involved in conducting Energy Value Analysis for the designs of the developments and manage the LEED Certification.

3

ISHRAQ Gulf Real Estate Holdings

Al Mina and Al Wasl Hotels and ISHRAQ Staff residence. Two of its Holiday Express hotels in Dubai, and will be involved in the up coming 23 hotels to be constructed.

4

Mohammad Omar Bin Haider Group

Advise on energy efficiency & value analysis for all hotels, offices, commercial and residential developments.

5

Energy City - Qatar

Prepare the Green Buildings Design Guidelines and Energy Value Analysis for the designs of the developments and manage the LEED Certification.

6

SOROUH Real Estate

Energy efficiency and value analysis for Towers 1 & 2

Sky

UAE

4 Million sq. ft

EMS conducted an energy efficiency and value analysis for the 4 Million sq. ft. Sky Towers 1 & 2 in Shams Abu Dhabi located on the Reem Island


Energy Projects ( EVA ) – Detailed No.

7

8

Client

Project (s)

SOROUH Real Estate

Energy efficiency and value analysis for Sky Towers 1 & 2

AMWAJ Gateway Co.

Prepare the Green Buildings Design Guidelines. Prepare energy efficient/smart technologies. Introduce renewable energy, and manage the LEED Certification.

Country

Size

UAE

4 Million sq. ft

EMS conducted an energy efficiency and value analysis for the 4 Million sq. ft. Sky Towers 1 & 2 in Shams Abu Dhabi located on the Reem Island

2 Million sq. ft.

EMS is employed by Amwaj Gateway to prepare the Green Buildings Design Guidelines for the 2 Million sq. ft. development, prepare energy efficient/smart technologies, introduce renewable energy, and manage the LEED Certification.

Bahrain

Description

UAE

EMS is employed by Emirates Post to incorporate energy efficient and sustainable technologies into all Emirates Post existing and future projects which includes the Head Quarters, branches, offices and investment developments

Energy value analysis and energy efficiency project implementation supervision

KSA

EMS was employed by to conduct energy value analysis for three of its malls: Remal Center, Hyper Panda Mall and IKEA

Trident International

Trident Grand Residence, Marina Scape

UAE

EMS was employed by Trident International to perform an energy value analysis at Trident Grand Residence.

RAK Investment Authority

Power Supply and Cooling Load Verification Study for George Mason University-RAK

UAE

EMS was employed to conduct power supply comparative study in addition to energy modeling to verify the cooling load calculations in the designs

13

Al-Bateen Investment

Al Kamal Tower, Commercial Villas, Al Aryam Tower (Qatar)

14

Fanar Investment

Rehab Rotana Suites

9

EMIRATES Post

Incorporating energy sustainable technologies

10

SAVOLA Group Azizia Panda Real Estate

11

12

efficient

and

UAE, Qatar

UAE

18 Villas

EMS was employed by Al-Bateen Investment to perform an energy value analysis at Al Kamal Tower, Commercial Villas, Al Aryam Tower (Qatar) EMS was employed by Al-Bateen Investment to perform an energy value analysis at Rehab Rotana Suites


Energy Projects ( EVA ) – Detailed No . 15

16

17

18

19

Client

Le Meridian Abu Dhabi

Sheraton Hotel Amman

Countr y

Project (s) Study and implement energy and water saving program

Energy management consultancy

and

and

conservation

conservation

Size

Description

UAE

EMS was contracted to conduct a study and implement the energy and water saving project. The project was implemented and real savings were achieved

Jordan

268 rooms and suites

EMS was employed by the hotel owners to help them in their efforts to manage energy and water costs. EMS conducted full study and managed to achieve 11% savings with a payback period less than two years. The project was implemented successfully by the client

124 rooms

EMS was employed by the Ministry of Energy in Jordan and world bank to conduct 19 energy audits for selected commercial and industrial enterprises in Jordan. Bristol hotel was selected to represent hotel sector. The study showed that 18% of the hotel energy and water bills could be saved by implementing a set of energy efficiency and sustainability measures.

Bristol Hotel-Amman

Energy management consultancy

Hotels in Jordan

Energy management and conservation consultancy for Amman Marriott, Movenpick Dead Sea, Philadelphia, Jordan Intercontinental, Holiday Inn Dead Sea

Jordan

Similar services as Sheraton Hotel Amman

Hotels in UAE

Energy management and conservation consultancy for Sheraton Abu Dhabi, Jazirah Beach Resort, Al Diar Gulf, Sands Hotel, JW Marriott, Holiday Inn Crown Plaza, Al Bustan Rotana, Mankhool, Al Hamriya, Rehab Rotana Suites, Al Khaleej Hotel, Shangrila Hotel, Jebel Ali Hotel and Fujairah Siji Hotel

UAE

Similar services as Sheraton Hotel Amman

Jordan


Energy Projects ( EVA ) – Detailed No.

20

Client

United Tower - Jeddah

Project (s)

Energy value analysis, assessment power supply alternatives, cooling load verification study

21

Ministry of Energy (Jordan) & World Bank

Jordan Long-term Energy Sector Strategy Study & Master Plan

22

JERUSALEM DISTRICT ELECTRICITY COMPANY

Power Factor Correction Pilot Projects and the Methodology for Power Factor Rate and Standards

23

Al-Keena Hygienic Paper Mill

Cogeneration Plant Concept and Feasibility Study

24

Ministry of Energy (Jordan) & World Bank

Energy Audits for 19 Commercial and Industrial Enterprises

25

Islamic Hospital-Jordan

Energy and Water Study and Project Implementation

Country

Size

Description

500000 sq. ft/30 storey

EMS was employed by the tower owner to be part of the engineering team to ensure energy efficiency and sustainability of the designs. EMS conducted also a comparative study between conventional power supply from the utility and CHP generation plant within the tower.

Jordan

National study

EMS was employed by the ministry as part of an international consortium to conduct a full analysis of Jordan's energy sector and provide necessary recommendation to achieve an efficient and sustainable energy supply in the Kingdom

Palestine

National study

EMS in cooperation with a support team in the Palestinian territories conducted full analysis of power factor and its effects on the electrical network losses

Jordan

Annual energy bill US$ 3 Million

EMS conducted technical and feasibility study for the option of having a cogeneration power plant to run the industrial complex

Jordan

National study

EMS was selected among international consulting firms who bid for the project to conduct an energy audits for 19 commercial and industrial enterprises in Jordan

Jordan

Annual energy bill US$ 0.5 Million

EMS was employed by the hospital owner to assess and implement energy and water saving measures in the hospital. The project was implemented few years ago and still running successfully

KSA


Energy Projects ( EVA )– Detailed No.

Client

Project (s)

Country

Size

Description

26

European Lebanese Center for Industrial Modernization Technical Assistance with Energy Efficiency (ELCIM) funded by European Diagnosis for SOAL Commission

Lebanon

Medium industrial facility

EMS was selected by the European Lebanese center to conduct detailed energy and water conservation study

27

Ministry of Energy And Natural Resources of Palestine (Funded By GEF)

Palestine

National study

EMS analyzed the network losses in the selected areas and provided recommendation to manage these losses EMS was employed by the ministry to assess and implement energy and water saving measures in the hospital. The project was implemented few years ago and still running successfully

Reduce the Distribution Networks Losses in Selected West Bank and Gaza Strip Regions

28

Ministry of Water & Irrigation-Jordan

Energy and Water Study and Project Implementation

Jordan

2 buildings 7 storey each

29

Citibank Jordan

Air Conditioning System Upgrade and Efficiency Improvement

Jordan

Medium size bank

30

German Development Cooperation (GTZ)

Feasibility Study for Energy Efficient Refurbishment of Street Lighting in Amman & Dubai

Jordan, UAE

National study

31

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) (funded by World Bank)

32

Pixel Tower

Feasibility Study For Commercial Wind Energy Project

Environmental Sustainability Analysis Report and Energy Modeling of the Tower

Jordan

UAE

The study aimed at providing an energy efficient solution for upgrading the existing air conditioning system at Citibank. EMS was selected by GTZ to conduct a street lighting study in Amman then another one for selected streets in Dubai.

National study

COWI/EMS consortium was selected by the world Bank and the Ministry to conduct this study aiming at determining the best location and feasibility of building a commercial wind farm power generation plant in Jordan

5.7 Million kWh/Yr

EMS was selected by Plus Properties to submit Environmental Sustainability Analysis Report for their Pixel Tower as part of Nakheel’s Development Control Regulations (DCRs) for the Waterfront Development, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.


Energy Projects ( EVA ) – Detailed No.

33

34

Client

Wave Residence

Environmental Sustainability Analysis Report and Energy Modeling of the Tower

Desert Dream

Environmental Sustainability Analysis Report and Energy Modeling of the Tower

35

Prime Five Garment Manufacturing Company Jordan

36

Al Nasim Food Industries Company

37

Project (s)

Middle Ghore Industrial Company

Review designs draft plans, put energy savings modification, select energy efficient equipment, supervision on contractor work, commissioning

Energy audit, energy savings measures

Energy audit, energy savings measures approval, purchase, installation & Commissioning, Project management and monitoring during contract period

Country

UAE

Size

2.8 Million kWh/Yr

Description EMS was selected by Plus Properties to submit Environmental Sustainability Analysis Report for their Pixel Tower as part of Nakheel’s Development Control Regulations (DCRs) for the Waterfront Development, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

UAE

EMS was the sustainability consultant for the project and provided recommendations and comments on the project designs and performed computer simulations on energy consumption.

Jordan

EMS was the sustainability consultant for the project and provided recommendations and comments on the project designs and implemented contractor supervision and commissioning.

Jordan

Jordan

EMS was the sustainability consultant for the project and provided recommendations and comments on the project designs.

EMS was selected by Middle Ghore to conduct detailed energy and water conservation study and to implement cost saving measures.


Energy Performance Contracting Case Studies & Experience ( The following slides give details on energy auditing projects that have been completed or are still under implementation)


Implemented Energy Saving Projects

No.

Client

Country

1

The Sanctuary – Zara Spa

Jordan

2

Jordan Dairy

Jordan

3

Jordan Spirning & Weaving

Jordan

4

Mohammad Assad Industries Co. ( Polystyrene )

Jordan

5

Medical Chore Industries Co. ( Polystyrene )

Jordan

6

Petra Food Industries

Jordan

7

Jordan Vegetable Oil Co.

Jordan


Completed Energy Audits No.

Client

Country

1

Fine Hygienic Paper Co. Ltd.

Jordan

2

Jordan Poultry

Jordan

3

Modern Aluminum Industries Co. ( MODAL )

Jordan

4

United Coffee Co.

Jordan

5

Advanced Pharma

Jordan

6

Al – Wadi

Jordan

7

Al Majeed Plastic Industry Co.

Jordan

8

Al – Maraai Establishment for Food Industries Ltd

Jordan

9

Dove Processing Co.

Jordan

10

Fresh Fruits Co.

Jordan

11

Hayat Pharmaceuticals Industries Co.

Jordan

12

International Battery Storage Co.Ltd.

Jordan

13

Jordan Carbonate Co.

Jordan

14

Jordan Feed Co.

Jordan

15

Jordan Paper & Cardboard Factories Co. Ltd

Jordan

16 17 18

Quality Plastic Industries Co. Specialized Furniture Est. ( SFE ) SOAL – LECIM – IMP

Jordan Jordan Lebanon


Completed Energy Audits No.

Client

Country

19

Adfico Co.

Jordan

20

Adritec Co. Al- Ahli Plastic Factory

Jordan

21

Arab Contractor Medical Center

Egypt

22

Grand Amman Mills

Jordan

23

International Poultry – Tamam

Jordan

24

Al - Jabali Industrial Co.

Jordan

25

Jordan Plastic Company

Jordan

26

Jordan Fertilizers Co.

Jordan

27

Nashashibi Co.

Jordan

28

Silica

Jordan

29

Sukhtian House Hold

Jordan

30 31 32

Zaineh Factory Sultan Plastic Amman Mall & C – Town Falcon Jordanian International & AL Safa Garment Industrial Ltd. Atlas Recycled Paper – Mill Factory Boskan Danish Jordanian Dairy Co.

Jordan Jordan Jordan

33 34 35 36

Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan


Completed Energy Audits No.

Client

Country

37

Jordan Fabric and Worsted Manufacturing Co.

Jordan

38

Lajjoun Pumping Station

Jordan

39

Madaan Industries Co.

Jordan

40

Petra Steel Co.

Jordan

41

Jamil Sahouri & Bros. Co. ( Plastics Factory )

Jordan

42

Union Mills for Yarn & Carpet

Jordan

43

Jordan Industries Resource

Jordan

44

Jordan Kuwait Bank

Jordan

45

Royal Jordanian – Carpeting Dept.

Jordan

46

Royal Medical Services

Jordan

47

Queen Alia Hospital

Jordan

48

Taher Wires

Jordan

49

Raudat Al – Ma’aref Schools and Colleges

Jordan

50

International Ceramics Industries Co.

Jordan

51

National Chlorine Industries Co.

Jordan

52 53 54 55

Modern Aluminum Industries Co. Al Snobar Hygienic Paper Mill/ NUQUL Group. British Embassy & Ambassador Embassy Jordan Security Commissions Co.

Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan


Energy Performance Contracting ( The following slides show some of our Smart Property Solutions Projects )


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

Intercontinental Hotel - Aqaba

Project

Smart Property Solutions

Total energy Saving

Scope of Services

18% Annual Saving

Increase the Efficiency of Air Conditioning and Heating, Increase the Efficiency of Lighting System, Replace Old Lighting System by a new more efficient System. Increase the Efficiency of Boilers and Burners


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

Sheraton Amman Hotel

Project

Smart Property Solutions

Total energy Saving

Scope of Services

12% Annual Saving

Increase the efficiency of chilled water pumps, increase Air conditioning and Heating efficiency, Improve efficiency of boilers, replace old lighting System with more efficient System. Improve refrigerators Performance


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

Holiday Inn- Dead Sea

Project

Smart Property Solutions

Total energy Saving

Scope of Services

16% Annual Saving

Increase the Efficiency of Air Conditioning and Heating, Increase the Efficiency of Lighting System, Replace Old Lighting System by a new more efficient System. To improve Hot water efficiency


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

Jordan New Cables

Project

Jordan New Cables Factory

Value of the Project/Saving

Scope of Services

13 % Annual Saving ; 70,000 US$/Year With Pay Back Period =19 Month The project involved installing measurement devices for electrical and mechanical equipment and auxiliaries to ensure instantaneous and continuous monitoring of consumption data; Conducting a comprehensive energy audit to identify energy saving opportunities and saving percentages; Determining the required investment and payback period; and implementing the approved energy saving measures.


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

National Paints

Project

National Paints Factories

Value of the Project/Saving

By the end of 2007 200,000 US$ Saving in Energy Bills and with an average 20 % Annual Saving.

Scope of Services

The project involved installing measurement devices for electrical and mechanical equipment and auxiliaries to ensure instantaneous and continuous monitoring of consumption data; Conducting a comprehensive energy audit to identify energy saving opportunities and saving percentages; Determining the required investment and payback period; and implementing the approved energy saving measures.


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

Project

Total Energy and Water Saving

Scope of Services

Bank Of Jordan

Smart Property Solutions

15% Annual Saving

Increase the Efficiency of Air Conditioning and Heating, Increase the Efficiency of Lighting System, Replace Old Lighting System by a new more efficient System. Increase the Efficiency of Boilers and Burners


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

Rotana Group (UAE)

Project

Al Bustan Rotana Hotel Dubai

Value of the Project

US$ 883,000

Total energy Saving

AED 2,500,000 By the end of 2006

Scope of Services

The project involved conducting a comprehensive energy audit to identify saving opportunities and percentages, and to estimate the required investment and payback period. EMS financed the procurement of required equipment; managed, supervised and commissioned the implementation of energy saving measures; maintained installed equipment; and performed monthly follow-up to monitor actual savings


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

Emaar (UAE)

Project

Dubai Marina – Dubai (UAE)

Total energy Saving

Scope of Services

On the capital cost 1,400,000 AED and 1,280,000/Year (Operationl Cost)

The project involved installing measurement devices for electrical and mechanical equipment and auxiliaries to ensure instantaneous and continuous monitoring of consumption data; Conducting a comprehensive energy audit to identify energy saving opportunities and saving percentages; Determining the required investment and payback period; and implementing the approved energy saving measures.


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

World bank and Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (Jordan)

Project

Energy Audits for 19 Commercial and Industrial Enterprises (Jordan)

Value of the Project

US$ 245,000

Total energy Saving

US$ 2,387,000/Year

Scope of Services

The audits encompassed energy analysis, identification of energy conservation measures and constraints to implementation, full technical and economic evaluation of costs and benefits of energy conservation projects. Recommendations of suitable energy saving measures together with the required investments


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

Dubai World Trade Center (UAE)

Project

Dubai World Trade Center (UAE)

Value of the Project

Scope of Services

US$ 350,000

The project involved installing measurement devices for electrical and mechanical equipment and auxiliaries to ensure instantaneous and continuous monitoring of consumption data; Conducting a comprehensive energy audit to identify energy saving opportunities and saving percentages; Determining the required investment and payback period; and implementing the approved energy saving measures.


Smart Property Solutions

Client Name

Ras Al-Khaimah UAE

Project

RAK Ceramics - (UAE)

Value of the Project

Scope of Services

US$ 550,000

The project involved installing measurement devices for electrical and mechanical equipment and auxiliaries to ensure instantaneous and continuous monitoring of consumption data; Conducting a comprehensive Energy and Water audit to identify Energy and Water saving opportunities and saving percentages; Determining the required investment and payback period; and implementing the approved Energy and Water saving measures.


Smart Property Solutions and Gas Solutions

Client Name

Project

Total energy & water saving

Scope of Services

Istiklal Hospital

Smart Property solution (energy and water Saving)

20.2 % Annually energy and water Saving.

Increasing the Efficiency Of Chilled Water, Improve Heat Exchange Efficiency , Increase the Efficiency of the Lighting System, Increase the Boilers Efficiency, Renewable energy and water Measures


Smart Property Solutions and Gas Solutions

Client Name

Project

Total energy Saving

Scope of Services

NUQUL GROUP

12 different factories (Jordan )

USD 8.0 million Energy savings in total by the end of 2006.

Detailed energy audits with energy balance studies, whereby the facility will be divided into areas / systems / sectors. Each area will have its benchmark consumption and estimated saving potential Implemented a CCC to monitor and control the process remotely Replacement of inefficient equipment with new energy labeled equipment


Green Solutions ( The following slides give details on projects that are under certification from USGBC)


Green Solutions/LEED Certification Projects List of projects that are under certification from USGBC n.

Project Name

Client

Certificatio n Level

n.

Project Name

Client

Certificatio n Level

1

ECQ Plot CO2

SK Khalifa

Platinum

17

Rufi B8 A2

FEC

Gold

2 3

Danet Abu Dahbi

Connection Real Estate

Platinum

Plot C8 B3/ AHM

AHM

Gold

Heart of Europe

Kliendienst

Platinum

18 19

Plot C6B2

FEC

Gold

4 5 6 7

Zarooni C12 A1 & A2

Zarooni

Gold

Plot B3 C2, DWF

CHRI

Gold

Zarooni B9 B2 Wave2 Wave 1

Zarooni Nakheel Nakheel

Gold Gold Gold

8 9

Water marque Verde Residential R2/ ETA Star

Dorf ETA Star

Gold Gold

20 21 22 23 24 25

10 11 12

Verde Offices o17/ ETA Turquoise Tower C8 B2 Tiger

Gold Gold Gold

13

Sobha Dahlia

ETA Star TNQ Tiger In't Sobha Developer

14 15 16

Sheffield C11 C1 Sheffield B5 C3 Sheffield B2 D1

Sheffield Sheffield Sheffield

Plot B3 B2/ CHRI CHRI Plot A69 Nakheel Plot A10H ETA Star Plaza 2 NEB Plaza 1 NEB Planquadrat- The K suites/ 26 Apts. Kleindienst

Gold Gold Gold Gold Gold

Gold

27 Planquadrat - Hotel E3 B1 Kleindienst 28 Pixel Tower Nakheel 29 Phoenix E11 B1 Devcon

Gold Gold Gold

Gold Gold Gold

30 31 32

Gold Gold Gold

Phoenix C8 A1/ Mecoon Mystica Tower 2 Mystica Tower 1

Devcon FEC FEC

Gold


Green Solutions/LEED Certification Projects List of projects that are under certification from USGBC Certification Level

n.

Project Name

Client

Certification Level

n.

Project Name

Client

33 34 35 36 37

Mehtab Ocean palace Mazaya LA CASA Dubai JVC 10F004 IC 3 F01 Dream View tower - C11 D1/ A&R Desert Dreams Cirrus- Vantage C9 C2 Cirrus

Nakheel Cirrus LA CASA TNQ ECC

Gold Gold Gold Gold Gold

52 53 54 55 56

Gold Gold Gold Gold

57 58 59 60

Emaar Ibn Battuata EMS Sama Dubai GCI cassia and partners Turner Amwaj Al Qudra

Silver Silver Silver Silver Silver

A&R A&R Cirrus Cirrus

Plot 12, 13 Ibn Battuta EMS Office Dubai Jeddah Tower Dream Square Cassia Plot 39 + 40/ Burj Dubai Burj Dubai A63 Amwaj Al Qudra

China State Celestial Heights Burj Dubai Plot 14 Baiti/ A&R Alfalak Tower Al Zarooni C3 B2

Dubai properties Cirrus Drian Smith A&R NEB Zarooni

Gold Gold Gold Gold Gold Gold

61 62 63

Samara Rift Park Corner/ TNQ Olayan Tower

Certified Certified Certified

Munya

Al Madar B8 D2

NEB

Gold

Symphony tower Streams Plot 29, 30

Arif & Bint Dewan Emaar

Silver Silver Silver

64 65 66 67 68 69 70

Emaar TNQ/ TCC Olayan Jordan Dubai Properties

MIRK Dorf CPM (18 projects)

MIRK RCHEK Dimensions

Certified Certified certified

CPM (3 projects) CPM (5 projects) CPM (4 projects)

NEP ADC ARENCO

certified certified certified

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51

Silver Silver Silver Silver

Certified


Green Solutions/LEED Certification Projects List of projects that are under certification from USGBC

n.

Project Name

Client

Certification Level

71

ECQ Plots D01 ,D02, D03, D04, D05

M&Z Partners

Certified Certified

72

Sandoval Gardens

Bavaria Gulf Certified

73

Maktoum Hospital

Perkins Eastman

74

ECQ Plots D20, D21, D25, G03, B08

Abdullah Behbehani

Certified Certified 75

ECQ Plots D12, D22, D23, G02

Abdullah Behbehani

Certified 76

ECQ Plot G01

Khatib & Alami


Ongoing Commissioning Projects S.NO

PROJECTS

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

CLIENT

CONSULTANT

Built up area -Sqft

1

CADI - 1

(2B+G+4)

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

121,123

2

CADI - 2

(2B+G+4)

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

130,511

3

CADI - 3

(2B+G+4)

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

131,881

4

CADI - 4

(2B+G+4)

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

154,359

5

CAD - 5

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

134,159

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

750,480

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

676,994

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

625,316

JOURI 4

(2B+G+4) 2 NO`S (4B+G+10) & (4B+G+16) 2 NO`S (4B+G+10) & (4B+G+16) 2 NO`S (4B+G+10) & (4B+G+16) 2 NO`S (4B+G+10) & (4B+G+16)

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

447,586

10

Romeo Juliet

5B+G+4P+29 Floor

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

527,300

11

Noor Tower

3B+G+M+17+Roof

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

296,999

12

Alfred Tower

3B+G+M+17+Roof

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

279,434

13

Salar Tower

G+12

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

310,000

14

Amir Tower

3B+G+M+17+Roof

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

284,125

15

Judi Palace

2(4B+G+10) & (4B+G+16) N.W.I Ltd

A.D.C

192,992

16

Soraya Tower - 1

3B+G+10 Typ

N.W.I Ltd

A.D.C

190,335

17

World Wide Tower

3B+G+17 Typ

N.W.I Ltd

A.D.C

353,664

18

KPM 2/3

2B+G+11/17

N.W.I Ltd

A.D.C

452,256

19

JOURI 5

(4B+G+16)

N.W.I Ltd

NEB

782,305

20

JOURI 6

(4B+G+16)

N.W.I Ltd

NEB

807,246

21

Orchid village

(B+G+4)

N.W.I Ltd

N.E.B

135,904

22

Soraya Tower 11

G+P+10Typ +Roof

N.W.I Ltd

ARENCO

142,688

23

2B+G+4

(2B+G+4)

Dr.Ranjbar

ARENCO

158,965

24

Sadoval Gardens

2B+G+4

Bavaria

Dynamic

782,305

25

Fur.show room

Show room

Teknion

Point of design

150,237

26

plot -G3

Office building

Al Fajar

NEB

682,450

27

Plot-H3

Office building

Al Fajar

NEB

586,247

28

Romeo Juliet

Residential building

N.W.I Ltd

Dimensions

850,580

29

Noor Tower

Residential building

Al Fajar

NEB

656,904

30

Alfred Tower

Residential building

Schon

Fortuna

635,216

31

Salar Tower

Residential building

Al Fajar

5 capitals

647,586

32

Amir Tower

Residential building

Al Fajar

NEB

545,700

33

Cayan Plaza 1

Residential building

Guf development

WSP

427,300

34

Al Falak Tower

Residential building

Guf development

Planqutrat

425,880

35

Plot G01

2B+G+3 Office building

Mr.Mohd.Ansari

36

ECQ H01

Office building

Energy city qatar

37

ECQ D001-D005

Office building

M&Z partners

6 7 8 9

38

JOURI 1 JOURI 2 JOURI 3

Khatib & Alami

365,540 851,510

Abdulla

251,880

ECQ F 12

2B+G+3 Office building

Med Gulf construction Cisco

91,170

39

KAFD

Mixed

Med Gulf construction Cisco

876,325

40

MUNYA

5Star with villa

Munia Bebeen Resort

242,000

41

WHO

Office&Residential building

Who

Khatib & Alami

528,750


Green Solutions ( The following slides give details on projects that are under certification from USGBC)


Green Solutions

Client Name

UNION PROPERTIES

Project

Green community phase 2 Auto mall showroom and offices for Motor City. Uptown Development 1 & 2

Built Up Area

13.0 million square feet

Scope of Services

Reviewing concept design, material submittals, equipment and construction techniques Estimating and comparing ener gy use for various system design choices Modeling of the building Energy and Water system . Introducing Energy and Water control and management systems Design guidelines and development of LEED certification


Green Solutions

Client Name

EMAAR International Jordan

Project

Samrah Rift – Dead Sea - Jordan

Built Up Area

comprise 186 apartment units, 300 units mixed use apartments, 200-250 room business hotel, 10,000 square meters retail village

Scope of Service

• Design guidelines and LEED certification process to comply with LEED rating system developed by USGBC. • Energy performance Modeling and Day lighting simulation


Green Solutions

Client Name

Munya Specialized Resorts

Project

Munya Woodland Resort & SPA– Dibbeen/JORDAN 20,000 square meters comprise:

Built Up Area

Scope of Service

• 24 villas • 30 Rooms Hotel

• Design guidelines and LEED certification process to comply with LEED rating system developed by USGBC. • Energy performance Modeling and Day lighting simulation •Energy Value Analysis and Value Engineering for the MEP Design


Green Solutions

Client Name

World Health Organization (WHO)

Project

WHO office - New Building in Amman - Jordan

Built Up Area

4.100 square meters

Scope of Service

• Design guidelines and LEED certification Silver level process to comply with LEED rating system developed by USGBC. • Energy performance Modeling and Day lighting simulation •Energy Value Analysis and Value Engineering for the MEP Design


Green Solutions

Client Name

Project

SOROUH

Sky Towers 1 & 2 at Shams Abu Dhabi

Built Up Area

4.2 million square feet

Scope of Services

Reviewing concept design, material submittals, equipment and construction techniques Estimating and comparing energy use for various system design choices Modeling of the building energy system Introducing energy control and management systems Design guidelines and development of LEED certification


Green Solutions

Client Name

Nakheel

Project

Various Projects : Sheffield plot C11- C1 Phoenix Tower plot E11- B1 Dream View Tower Turquoise Tower

Scope of Service

• Design guidelines and development of LEED Gold certification and guiding through to comply with USGBC • Energy Value analysis and value engineering for the MEP design • Estimating and comparing energy use for various system design choices Modeling of the building energy system


Green Solutions

Client Name

Plus Properties - Dubai

Project

Pixel Towers & Wave Residence

Built Up Area

18 residential floors and 120 Units

Scope of Service

• Design guidelines and LEED certification process to comply with LEED rating system developed by USGBC. • Energy Value analysis and value engineering for the MEP design • Estimating and comparing energy use for various system design choices Modeling of the building energy system


Green Solutions Green Solutions

Client Name

United Trading Est.

Project

Jeddah Tower - KSA

Built Up Area

1.0 million square feet

Scope of Services

Reviewing concept design, material submittals, equipment and construction techniques Estimating and comparing energy use for various system design choices Modeling of the building energy system Introducing energy control and management systems


Green Solutions/EVA

Client Name

EMAAR

Project

Burj Dubai Development

Built Up Area

50.0 million square feet

Scope of Services

Reviewing Concept design, material submittals, equipment and construction techniques Estimating and comparing energy use for various system design choices Modeling of the building energy system Introducing energy control and management systems


EMS Clients ( The following slides show a collection of some EMS Clients )


EMS Clients

Industrial Nuqol Group Pepsi Cola Factory – Amman ZAD industries & Services Jordan Carbonate Company Arab Iron & Steel RAK Ceramics Jordan Cement Factories – Amman Jordan Ceramic Industries Insustrong Factory (Polystyrene) Arabian Steel Pipes Co. – Amman Jordan New Cable Co. – Amman Arab Drip Irrigation System Mfg. Co. Amman Arab Aluminum Industry Company Public Institutions Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources – Jordan Dubai Municipality Ministry of Electricity and Water – Bahrain Palestinian Energy Authority Water Efficiency and Public Information for Action (WEPIA)


EMS Clients Communities Energy City Qatar Motor City Showroom/office-Union Properties Uptown 1&2- Union Properties Business Village Grand Residents- Trident International Green Community Phase II George Mason University – RAK Green Community Al Mangrove Residential Complex Hotels & Resorts Al Maha resort- Dubai Shangrila Hotel- Dubai Burj Dubai Hotel A&B Holiday Inn Crown Plaza- Dubai Al Bustan Rotana Hotel- Dubai Rehab Rotana Suites- Dubai Le Meridian – Abu Dhabi Sheraton Hotel – Abu Dhabi Office court (office block with retail)- Dubai Jazirah Beach Resort - Abu Dhabi Intercontinental Amman Four Seasons Hotel Amman Holiday Inn Amman Sheraton Amman

Developments Burj Dubai developments Marina Scape- Trident International Grand Residents- Trident International Sky developments 1&2- Surooh Al Kamal developments- Abu Dhabi Al Aryam developments- Qatar Le Reeve developments- Dubai Sky Walk Developments- Dubai Murjan developments- Dubai Marina Heights- Dubai Al Mussala developments- Dubai Jernain developments- Abu Dhabi Riviera developments- Sharjah Al Manarah developments- Sharjah Silver developments- Abu Dhabi Hospitals Istiklal Hospital Amman Luzmilla Hospital Amman Palestine Hospital – Amman Italian Hospital – Amman Irbid Hospital – Irbid Hiba Hospital – Amman Arab Medical Center – Amman Islamic Hospital – Amman Al Hikma Pharmaceutical Co. – Amman


EMS Clients from Hotel Industry

Name of the client

Type of Service

Hotel A & B ((Burj Development))

Energy Value Engineering

Le Meridien

Shared Energy Savings

Sheraton Hotel

Shared Energy Savings

Jazirah Beach Resort

Shared Energy Savings

Al Diar Gulf Hotel

Shared Energy Savings

Sands Hotel

Energy Management and conservation

JW Marriott Hotel

Energy Management and conservation

Holiday Inn Crown Plaza

Energy Management and conservation

Al Bustan Rotana Hotel

Shared Energy Savings

5 Star Hotel at Mankhool

Energy Management and conservation

Al Hamriya Hotel Apartments

Energy Management and conservation

Rehab Rotana Suites

Energy Management and conservation

Al Maha Resort

Energy Management and conservation

Al Khaleej Hotel

Energy Management and conservation

Al Khaleej Palace Hotel

Energy Management and conservation

Al Khaleej Holiday Hotel

Energy Management and conservation

Shangrila Hotel

Energy Management and conservation

Jebel Ali Hotel

Energy Management and conservation

Fujairah Siji hotel

Energy Management and conservation


EMS Clients from Hotel Industry

Name of the client

Type of service

Amman Marriott Hotel

Energy Audit, Consultancy/Monthly Visit and Report

Movenpick Dead Sea

Energy Management and conservation

Sheraton Hotel (Al Nabil Towers)

Energy Management and conservation

Amman Marriott Hotel

Energy Management and conservation

Bristol hotel

Energy Management and conservation

Philadelphia Hotel

Consultancy/Monthly Visit and Report

Jordan Intercontinental

Energy Management and conservation

Holiday Inn Dead Sea

Energy Value Analysis

Belle Vue Hotel-Amman

Energy & Water Audit Study

Intercontinental Aqaba

Energy & Water Audit Study

Alia Hotel

Energy & Water Audit Study


EMS Clients

‌ clients include prominent regional companies


References •

EMS has conducted over 180 sustainable development projects in U.A.E. and the region, covering a built-up area of more than 200 Million sq. ft, most of the clients are “repeat clients”, some of which are listed hereunder;

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EMAAR Properties pjsc Mr. Danyal H. S. Hatock, Assistant Manager, Projects MEP P. O. Box 9440, Dubai, U. A. E. Tel: + 971 4 3673333

EMS was employed by Emaar to advise on energy efficiency and value analysis for the designs of over 30 of their most prestigious projects, such as; Burj Dubai, Dubai Mall, Dubai Marina – Phase I, Old Town Commercial Complex, Burj Dubai Lake Hotel, The Lofts, The Burj Views, Boulevard Walk, Marina Arcade & Tower, Dubai Marina Hotel, and many other commercial & Residential towers.

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Union Properties pjsc Mr. Simon E. Azzam, Chief Executive Officer P. O. Box 24649, Dubai, U. A. E. Tel: + 971 4 8851555 EMS was employed by Union Properties for over 30 of their most prestigious projects, such as; Green Community Phase I, Green Community – Motor City, Up Town 1 & 2, Auto Mall & Offices, Mussala Tower, Sky Walk Tower (Marriott Apartments), Net.Community, Union Tower and other commercial & residential developments.

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ISHRAQ Gulf Real Estate Holdings Mr. Richard Kingston, Director of ME Operations P. O. Box 282318, Dubai, U. A. E. Tel: + 971 4 3415657

EMS was employed by ISHRAQ for two of its Holiday Express hotels in Dubai, and will be involved in the up-coming 23 hotels to be constructed.

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Mohammad Omar Bin Haider Group Mr. Omar M. Bin Haider, Deputy Chairman P. O. Box 3555, Dubai Tel: + 971 4 2820082

EMS in employed by MOBH Group to advise on energy efficiency and value analysis for all its hotel, offices commercial & residential developments.

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Energy City - Qatar Mr. Ahmed Abdulla, Chief Technical Officer P. O. Box 26262, Qatar Tel: +974 4411522

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EMS was assigned by Energy City - Qatar to prepare the Green Buildings Design Guidelines to be incorporated by their consultants in their designs. EMS will later be involved in conducting Energy Value Analysis for the designs of the developments and manage the LEED Certification.

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SOROUH Real Estate Mr. Mohammed Merza, MEP Manager P. O. Box 93666, Abu Dhbai, U. A. E. Tel: + 971 2 4440006

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EMS conducted an energy efficiency and value analysis for the 4 Million sq. ft. Sky Towers 1 & 2 in Shams Abu Dhabi located on the Reem Island.

AMWAJ Gateway Co. Mr. Qais Al Maskati, Managing Director P. O. Box 11627, Bahrain Tel: +973 1754114 EMS is employed by Amwaj Gateway to prepare the Green Buildings Design Guidelines for the 2 Million sq. ft. development, prepare energy efficient/smart technologies, introduce renewable energy, and manage the LEED Certification. EMSUAE/ETCG/08/s100


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EMIRATES Post Mr. Mansoor Bin Al Shaikh Mansoor, Assistant Director General (Inv. & Projects Affairs) P. O. Box 99999, Dubai, U. A. E. Tel: + 971 4 2031515 EMS is employed by Emirates Post to incorporate energy efficient and sustainable technologies into all Emirates Post existing and future projects which includes the Head Quarters, branches, offices and investment developments.

SAVOLA Group Azizia Panda Real Estate Mr. Salim Fardous Projects Director - APU Real Estate Tel.: 01-480-3000 ext. 200 Fax: 01-480-2870 Mobile: 0505210808 EMS was employed by to conduct energy value analysis for three of its malls: Remal Mall, Hyper Panda Mall and IKEA

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Energy Management Software and Tools


Energy Management Software Energy Management Software: -Synergie complete energy management software; -EMS-III: an Energy Management System; -E – 20 Carrier -Thorn Vision -Calculus – Philips -Dialux -Elite -Heat Recovery -Zamel – Heat Load Calculation -Heat Pipes selection -Trane System analyzer -DOE BLCC -Trane Trace -Auto Cad 14 -Clever Air conditioners -ACR Loggers Analyzer -Gemini Data Logger Analyzer

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Latest, and up-to-date technologies used in our projects/work

Instrumentation: EMS is fully supported by abundant sets of state of the art instrumentation that are used to measure electrical and mechanical quantities. These include: - Ultrasonic Flow Meter; - Power Quality Analyzer; - AC/DC Power Meter; - Testo Flue Gas Analyzer; - Lux-Meter (light intensity measuring instrument); - High Performance Heat Spy Infra Red Thermometer; - Non-contact measurement of RPM; - Leak Detector; - Velometer® Anemometers; - Testo 2 Channel temperature data logger for external thermocouples and others.


Project Management, Quality Assurance & Quality Control


Program Management Office Project Management •Quality Assurance & Quality Control

EMS has developed and follows special procedures in all departments to ensure quality and on time delivery of services and deliverables.

EMS implement the PMI recommendations in its practices and processes. Based on the input from the Business Development Department EMS top management and departments’ managers set objectives for each new project, assigned through a project plan and charter complying with PMI standards. Day-to-Day tasks are closely monitored by the Resource Pool Manager (RPM) and the Project Management Officer (PMO) who reports directly to the CEO. On weekly basis EMS management gets updates on the project progress, milestones and results achieved, this is done to ensure meeting the objectives and taking prompt actions to avoid delays or non-conformity. Department Managers prepare monthly progress report and raise them to the upper management thus evaluating their actual results versus budgeted together with their annual business and training plans.


Program Management Office Workflow Project is Organized, Shaped, & Planed

PMO Ensure Correct Planning & Execution

PMO Monitor Projects

Step Description

Why this Step?

In this step the Project Manager (PM) and Regional Manager (RM) will have set up the plan and shape the project and sent a copy to the Program Management Office (PMO) .

 To ensure project progress

The PMO will become a critical function embedded in the infrastructure of the company as it can : Highlight key project inter-dependencies within the Project Life Cycle Monitor and report project progress and schedule adherence. Monitor all key decision points Perform regular project risk assessments Manage the mechanism for early issue raising, issue communication and issue resolution Highlight the key critical issues Monitor changes in terms of their impact on scope, cost and delivery time frames against the target schedule. Enhance problem solving by proposing alternative high level solutions

 Highlight critical issues  Monitor overall EMS activities

Input  Project Life Cycle details  Project Management Tools

Output  Monthly reports  PMO dashboard  Monthly Business Margin Sheet


Program Management Office & Project Lifecycle A typical Project Life Cycle differs with each project but requires that EMSers be organized in execution. The project manager or leader will in each stage report to Regional Manager and routinely to the PMO based on predetermined reporting structure. The PMO will ensure an effective execution of the following typical detailed Project Life Cycle for longer project. 2. Mobilize

1. Shape  Review proposal and contract  Confirm client expectations  Confirm any special project requirements such as extent of deployment with RM & RPM  Confirm detailed list of deliverables with RM  Align with agreed payment schedule  Prepare the shaping document and submit to PMO

7. Manage  Review project and approach 6. Close with RM & PMO  Reconfirm dates  Resolve issues  Follow-up  Prepare progress reports  Conduct weekly progress meeting – internal  Conduct weekly progress 6. Close meeting – client

 Confirm resource names with the Resource Pool Manager  When do they start and finish  Solve visas issues with HR  Publish formal plans with the PMO  Publish project standards with the PMO  Publish calendar with PMO

1. Shape

2. Mobilize

7. Manage

 Publish progress reports dates

3. Design 

3. Design

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5. Deploy

 Develop approval checklist from contract or proposal  Arrange for closure meeting  Obtain overall approval and close

4. Develop 5. Deploy     

Develop kits Confirm deployment approach Agree deployment plan Deploy Evaluate deployment results

Review project relevant section with RM Define list of areas to be discussed with the client Discuss with client and obtain his position Design deliverable with SS if needed Obtain approval if needed at this stage

4. Develop

 Review Design so far with SS  Configure / modify / build  Develop discuss and approve with client  Obtain client approval


Program Management Office EMS’s Program Management Office (PMO) Structure EMS project implementation structure allows the Program Management Office within the Shared Services to support the structure without slowing the processes:

Has the overall governance of the corporate direction and overall budget allocation Has the accountability and authority for the program leadership, direction & management .

PMO

CEO and / Regional Manager

Is responsible for monitor project planning and execution effectiveness and highlight issues and concerns in support of the Region Manager

COO and RM Program Management Office (PMO) in Shared Service

Project Advisory Group

Project Manager

Team Team Team member member member

Project Manager

Team Team Team member member member

Project Manager

Project

Has the responsibility for the management of a project

Team Team Team member member member

Responsible & accountable for execution of daily activities


Program Management Office Project Manager (PM) Tools EMSers will utilize the following tools while project managing and will be reporting to their Office Managers and the PMO only after they have been resourced 2. Track & Control  Calendar  Client Progress Presentation  Timesheet ( every 2 weeks)  Weekly progress report (0 or 100% completion ( every two weeks)

2. Track & Control

1.Plan  Shaping document  Planning Checklist

1. Plan

5. Client Management

4. Finance Management

5. Client Management  Deliverables signoff  Client Satisfaction Report

4. Financial Management  Invoice and Collection report  Project margin report

3. Issue Management

3. Issue Management  Issue log


Program Management Office 1. Plan - PM Tools

The project manager should ensure to complete in the EMS shaping or the EMS Charter document and should continually update it. This is then sent to PMO. You should :

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Identify internal & external knowledge sources for each deliverable Evaluate complexity and effort for completing each deliverable Define approach to configuring / adapting / building the deliverable Define deliverables requirements Define most suitable deployment approach Define logical sequence of events to build these deliverables Agree key dates Confirm internal sources from Amman and Offices


Program Management Office 1. Plan - PM Tools

MS Project : This contains the project deliverables utilizing MS Project


Program Management Office 1. Plan - PM Tools The project checklist helps ensure that all points have been addressed


Program Management Office 2. Track & Control - PM tools

Project Calendar Placing the key milestones on a Calendar, keeps the client well informed

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Always remember to update any changes and send a copy to the client

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When scheduling dates ensure that you have coordinated with all parties and your deliverables are ready on time.


Program Management Office 2. Track & Control - PM tools

Project Progress Report A project Progress report will be issued every week to the client with a copy to the PMO for long term projects . The project manager may use following

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A simple written report Remember to open the header and insert client logo and information Be realistic in what you assign for the week


Program Management Office 2. Track & Control - PM tools Project Progress Presentation In some cases a presentation will be provided to the client, instead of the report. Easy to use and efficient status reports ensure effective key milestone tracking. Below is a sample of “Program status reporting: *IT�.

Milestone: Delivery of final IT requirements specification Due Date: Responsible Program Member: EMS Program Manager: Status Progress on track Possible Risks Explanation of requirements not sufficiently detailed for implementation by Al Seadan Real Estate Company Actions/Next Steps Cross check requirements and define follow up procedures

*Key input for Program Management meeting - Replaces all reports currently written (based on task package/ milestones currently identified)


Program Management Office 2. Track & Control - PM tools Completed Daily Calendar Based on the entry into the daily to do list, it will help your team to automatically complete the Daily calendar and the weekly report showing the percentage of work completed for each project . This maybe reviewed by the project manager every week . ( Not for all the staff)


Program Management Office 2. Track & Control - PM tools Time Sheet The timesheet is requested by HR twice a month on the 15th of the month and the last day of the month.


Program Management Office 3. Issue Management - PM tools Issue Log A key responsibility of EMS’s program manager is to monitor and close issues . The following is an example of an issue log ( Template 7) (client name ) (project name ) Issues Log Date

5-Dec-06

Current Status

Short Description

1 3

Closed

Supervisors not abiding by working hours

CV supervisors are not dedicated and do not commit to the new working hours (6:30 am)

Delays in CV leaving to market as they need to discuss route with supervisor

5 2

Closed

Salesmen are not reporting to work

3 out of 4 salesmen have not reported to work in 3 consecutive days

3 7

In progress

Upto SR10 difference in CV prices and SM prices

I s s u e

Priority

Repor ted By

Date Reporte d

# of days elapsed

Issue strong warning and penalize offenders

High

Rami

20-Nov06

15

Failure in improving penetrating levels

Issue strong warning and penalize offenders

High

Rami

21-Nov06

14

CV prices are some times SR12 higher than SM prices

Baqalas are enticed to buy from SM rather than CV

Speed up pricing strategy

Medium

Rami

21-Nov06

14

Increase in production and level of stock and increase returns . Plus no monitoring of expiry products

recruit a person and give him authority to stop production if not needed and to transfer stock form one branch to another

High

Karee m

1-Oct-06

64

increase in returns and loses

immediate hiring

High

Karee m

27-Nov06

8

Long Description

Impact

Suggested Solution

#

4 1 3

Open

Recruitment of Inventory Person

No one is monitoring inventory level. And there is no monitoring of branch stock level

1 6

Open

Returns officer

we need him to be responsible for all returns issues and operations

Date Closed


Awards & Recognitions


Special Recognition Award


2nd Place Award for Excellence


EMS Key Personnel


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Khaled Bushnaq Position: Chief Executive Officer – Member of the Board of Director Qualifications B.Sc. Electrical Engineer, University of Salford, UK – 1979 Certified Professional Engineer, AEE, USA – 1992 Experience: Mr. Khaled Bushnaq vision and entrepreneurial management have turned EMS to be one of the leading figures in energy management in the region. For the past fifteen years, he prepared and proposed Feasibility Studies, Energy Surveys, Strategic Planning for projects in the Middle East such as UAE, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia in order to evaluate the energy efficiency industry. Coordination of projects, negotiation of agreements, preparation of mission, setting up company structure, set up and managing the necessary departments, training, initial marketing, establishing links with international organizations and companies related to EMS activities and participation in setting up the system procedures has been his core activities. Through Mr. Bushnaq’s constant perseverance, EMS prides its association with the most prestigious project in the Middle East – “ Burj Dubai” designated to become the tallest building in the world. His endeavors have also been successful in obtaining the “ Hadeed” project in Saudi Arabia. His wide ranging and strong ties with leading real estate developers in UAE such as EMAAR Properties. Trident Properties, Nakheel etc. has secured many equally prestigious projects, thus acknowledging EMS as the leader in Energy Management and Conservation.

Mr. Bushnaq is one of the co-founder of EMS as a regional company working on big scale projects with International Alliances increasing the revenue of EMS from Energy Audits and Performance Contracting projects moving EMS into a new era utilizing innovative marketing techniques to educate the market and create awareness of Energy Efficiency and implementing state of the art latest technologies. Thanks to his endeavors, EMS has successfully accomplished the auditing and supervised the implementation of energy conservation projects for tens of industrial, commercial, governmental, institutional and residential buildings in UAE, Jordan and the region with a high record of achieving energy savings. Memberships: Member of Association of Jordanian Engineers Member of Association of Energy Engineers – Senior Member/Professional Engineer, USA Member of the Jordanian Society for the Control of Environmental Pollution in Jordan Founding Member in Emirates Green Building Council Global Compact Initiative – UN Special Awards Recipient of the “Special Recognition Award” presented by the Association of Energy Engineers AEE-USA at the 16th World Energy Congress Atlanta, Georgia – October 1993


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Piotr Szkudlarek Position: Country Manager - Dubai, UAE Qualifications Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering. University of Szczecin, 1980 BSc. Mechanical Engineering. University of Szczecin 1980 Certified Professional Engineer from SASPE in 1994 Experience: Mr. Piotr Szkudlarek has developed over 27 years outstanding expertise and a successful track record in mechanical and energy engineering. He has diversified experience in executing and implementing more than 50 major sized projects with total capital over $ 250 million in the Gulf region in the following fields: Evaluation of Existing HVAC systems, reparation of the condition audit reports for facilities management organizations, preparation of the specification for service and maintenance of HVAC equipment, boilers and pumps. As a certified professional engineer, Mr. . Szkudlarek possesses intensive experience in designing and commissioning of complete heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Negotiation with clients and suppliers regarding contractual and financial issues is another outstanding expertise he masters. During the course of his career, he gained substantial experience in designing ships ventilations, refrigeration, air conditioning beside planning, scheduling and inspecting major repairs in marine power plants, boiler water, sea water, fresh water, cooling water and chemical treatment of domestic fresh water. He is well aware of Green Building Concept necessary to make recommendations to comply with the requirements of USGBC Rating Systems. Mr. Szkudlarek crowned his career by assuming the role of Country Manager of Energy Management Services-Emirates. He assumed over the years the following roles: Operations Manager, Energy Management Services Int., Dubai (UAE) Senior Projects Manager. Spoormaker & Partners (RSA) Marine Engineer, Polish Baltic Shipping (Poland) Memberships: American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) South African Society for Professional Engineers (SASPE) South African Association of Consulting Engineers (SAACE) The South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering (SAIMechE)


Salim M. Juma

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Position: Country Manager – Qatar & Bahrain

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Profile: Solid background in management, with strong emphasis in the financial arena. More than 20 years of working experience. Consistently exceed expectations of management. Experienced in handling diverse and challenging work environments and employees. Highly self-motivated, and skilled in developing and implementing standardized policies and procedures. Professional Experience: Senior Consultant and Trainer 2006 – 2007 Winners Consultancy & Training, Amman, Jordan Trained the following Modules; Entrepreneurship, Advanced Selling Skills, Business Planning & Setting Objectives Effective Marketing, Presentation Skills, Finance for Non-Financial Managers, Financial Analysis and Financial Management. Freelance Business Consultant 2005 - 2006 Constructed, analyzed and implemented, business, marketing, and financial plan for an educational start-up business. Partner and Marketing Manager Midstrata Company, Amman, Jordan 2000 - 2004 A supply chain management software company Responsibilities included: Strategy and planning – defining target market, competitive positioning, establishing objectives. Trained employees in marketing, sales growth and customer service procedures. Regional Marketing and Sales Manager 1985 - 2000 Abbar Group, Riyadh, KSA Fifteen years of extensive practical experience, as marketing and sales manager for the Abbar Group. Awarded top marketing and sales manager, for 13 years. EDUCATION B.S., Business Administration/Marketing San Francisco State University Master in Business Administration, MBA, Concentration in Finance. New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), Amman, Jordan.


Amjad S. Alkam

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Position: Country Manager - KSA

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PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY: Mr. Amjad Alkam has ten years of energy management experience within EMS. He is currently the head of the operations department in Jordan Office, and is actively involved in planning and conducting energy audits and implementation of energy conservation projects. Mr. Alkam, also, has enormous experience in project management in the commercial and industrial sectors, where he had also conducted studies on the behavior and attitudes of energy management in industries. He has excellent knowledge in electrical power systems, measurements, motors and lighting design. He built a high reputation as electricity specialist and problems solver.

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ACADEMIC BACKGROUND: 1993 B.Sc. Electrical Engineering - University of Jordan.

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Participated in planning and conducting technology transfer for newly established ESCOs, including theoretical and practical training.

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Planned and conducted energy conservation studies (audits), locally and internationally, complete with design and drawings and supervision of project implementation. Responsible for project management of several implemented project in the industrial sector. Conducted two energy saving studies one for Amman City street lighting and the second for Dubai City street lighting financed by German Technical Co-operation (GTZ) with great results showed a potential of savings from 40-50% of existing energy consumption. Excellent theoretical and practical experiences in electrical network losses and power factor correction systems, where he studied many cases, and recommended proper solutions. He was also responsible for the installation and maintenance of power factor correction capacitors in many industrial B.Sc. Electrical Engineering - University of Jordan.


Harris Sanoo

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Position: Executive Consultant Department Manager, Energy Audit

Qualification:

B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, Kerala University – India, 1987

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Experience He has over 20 years experience in mechanical and energy fields. Over the years, he has developed outstanding expertise translated into the fulfillment of many projects amounting more than $ 150 million. Among his accomplishments: HVAC energy & district cooling plants feasibility study and evaluation AHU construction improvement. DOE Simulation. Indoor air quality. Energy conservation and energy audit.

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He has managed numerous energy conservation studies serving governmental, Industrial, Commercial and residential sectors through out the Middle East region. His expertise encompasses the management and execution of consultancy project, audit and studies in energy conservation monitoring and verification of savings achieved, renewable energy, power systems and power generations. He is well aware of Green Building Concept necessary to make recommendations to comply with the requirements of USGBC Rating Systems.

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He performed the following roles over the course of his career. Energy Audit Department Manager, Energy Management Services Int., Dubai Mechanical Design Engineer, Torontec Consultancy Middle East, Dubai Project Engineer, Alternator Manufacturing Company. India

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Memberships: American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). AMIE, Ex Associated Membership of Indian Engineers


Errol Colaco

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Position: Senior Consultant

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Qualifications: Masters in Business Administration, Goa- India, 1997. B.E. (Electrical), Goa- India, 1994. New Construction LEED certified from USGBC, 2007

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Experience : He has 10 years of extensive experience resulted from working on several hundreds of projects encompassing governmental, Industrial, Commercial and residential sectors through out the Gulf region related to executing energy audits aimed at analyzing and identifying saving measures and determining the equipment required for successful implementation and commissioning of those measures. His projects include other fields like marketing, research, finance, sales and distribution. His expertise ensues the successful track record in: Energy value analysis of major developments. Energy auditing of high rise towers and complexes. Design reviews of building electrical services. Demand side management. Standards and labeling. Lighting and hot water system designs. Green building guidelines and LEED rating as he is one of five accredited consultants from USGBC in the UAE. He assumed the following roles over the course of his career: Executive Consultant/Project Manager – Energy Management Services Int., Dubai. Energy Engineer - Energy Management Services, Dubai. Branch in Charge – Anagram Finance Ltd., India

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Memberships: US Green Building Council (USGBC) Bureau of Energy Efficiency, India


Amar Colakhodzic

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Position: Environmental & Sustainability Consultant

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Qualifications: New Construction LEED certified from USGBC, 2008 University of Manchester, M.Sc. Environmental Sciences and Policy, 2006 Central European University, M.Sc. Environmental Sciences and Policy, 2006 Eastern Mediterranean University, B.Sc. Business Administration – Spec: Project Risk Analysis, BOT/BTO infrastructure development projects. 2004

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Experience : He has three years of experience in managing environmental projects commissioned by international financial and development organizations, including: – International Finance Corporation, United Nations Development Program (UNDP), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) and Swiss Organization for Cooperation and Development Scope of projects varied from participating in EIA’s in the industrial/production sector, development of a green project investment pipeline, to facilitation of education on sustainable development and local community development.

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Over his career, he assumed the following roles: Interim Director and External Associate, Regional Center fore Education and Information on Sustainable Development in Southeast Europe/ established under patronage of UNESCO-ROSTE & University of Bologna , Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Project Manager, Center for Environmental, Technological and Economic Development, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina


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Samuel Keehn

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Qualifications: American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC. Global Environmental Politics, Masters 2007. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, Industrial Design, Master Level Continuing Education, 2004. San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA , Liberal Studies, Bachelor of Arts, 2001 New Construction LEED certified from USGBC, 2007

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Experience : Over his extensive experience in well recognized entities, he gained substantial experience in environmental and green . He is a remarkable accredited in new construction LEED from USGBC and one of five in the UAE having same accreditation. In addition, he is well aware of LEED NC 2.2 and LEED For Homes Pilot phase. Over his career, he assumed the following roles: Director of Green Market Strategies - Modern Modular: High Performance Modular Homes, Washington, DC. Student Contractor – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Substitute Teacher – Trevor Day School , NY

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Position: Environmental & Sustainability Manager


Mohammed Faisal Yagan

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Position: CDM Excellence Center Director

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Qualifications: 1980 Petroleum Refining and Petrochemical Engineering Petroleum and Gas Institute-Romania Energy Management and Policy Course, University of Pennsylvania/ USA, Jan- July 1986. Participant in numerous international symposiums and workshops on energy and environment

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Experience: Possesses remarkable knowledge and experience in the field of Energy Planning and Policy, with special emphasis on the Petroleum sector. Acknowledged CDM expert locally and by the UNFCCC Secretariat. Involved in developing several CDM projects in Jordan as well as revising different types of CDM projects in several countries for the UNFCCC Secretariat.

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Over the course of his career, he assumed the following roles: Refinery process engineer/Jordan Petroleum Refinery Co. Energy Planning Department Assistant Director/ Ministry of Energy Industrial Energy Department Assistant Director/Ministry of Energy Planning and Studies Advisor/Ministry of Energy CDM Excellence Center/EMS

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Naim Awadallah Position: Executive Consultant Audit Department Manager Qualifications: B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, University of Cairo, Egypt, 1979 Certified Professional Engineer, AEE, USA Experience: He has more than 27 years of experience in mechanical and energy engineering. Over the course of his career, he has implemented more than 150 energy audits, market researches, and training courses and workshops on energy management and conservation throughout the Middle East region. Moreover, he has extensive expertise in indoor air quality, air-conditioning, water, energy value analysis and mechanical design works for buildings and industries. He possesses substantial experience in Green Building Concept assuring full compliance with the requirements of USGBC Rating Systems. During the course of his career he assumed the following roles: Audit Department Manager, Energy Management Services International Chief Engineer, Energy Management Services International Energy Engineer, Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources Mechanical Works Designer, Ziyad Khallad Engineering Consultancy Co. Site Engineer, Electromechanical International Co. Site Engineer, Othman Company for Electromechanical Projects Membership Association of Jordanian Engineers Association of Energy Engineers, USA American Society of Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), USA


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Fadi Al-Fares

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Position: Senior Consultant / Green Leed Department

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Qualification: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design- Accredited Professional (LEED AP) , 2008 Project Management Professional (PMP) , 2007 B.Sc. Electro-Mechanical System Engineering, Al-Balqa’ University, Jordan, 2001

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Experience: Possesses remarkable knowledge and experience in energy conservation and management, LEED certification process, Energy Value Analysis, renewable energy studies (PV, Solar Cooling and Solar Heating, Wind Energy), Excellent experience in the project management processes and in electromechanical systems. His areas of expertise evaluating the green buildings and preparing pre-rating LEED certification reports , LEED certification process and analysis and calculations of electrical energy saving opportunities; designing control circuits for lighting, motors, pumps, fans and other electrical equipment required as part of energy management control system ,Evaluating existing electromechanical systems, designs and proposing possible modifications to improve energy efficiency. Like HVAC applications, lighting systems, transformers and electrical capacity, cable losses, power factor correction systems, electric motors, pumps, fans, compressed air systems, heating systems and furnaces, boilers, industrial cooling systems and control systems. In addition to evaluation of several opportunities for using renewable energy sources to supply part of the required energy for clients from different sectors. That was part of the energy consultancy where some potential was determined in many cases mainly the following: Solar water heating systems instead of fuel or electrical systems. Solar cells to supply part of the outdoor lighting. Solar Cooling to supply the chilled water. Wind Energy. Furthermore, as a certified project manager, he has executed and supervised several energy projects.

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Over the course of his career, he assumed the following roles: Project Manager, Energy Management Services International Electrical Engineer, Jordan Steel Company

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Memberships: US Green Building Council –USGBC member UK Project Management Institution (PMI) , USA Institution of electrical engineering (IEE) , Association of Jordanian Engineers (AJE). Jordan


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Yousef Zakaria

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Position: Consultant / Green Leed Department

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Qualifications: B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, Hashemite University -Jordan, 2004.

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Experience: Highly qualified in (HVAC) systems (design and load calculation), thermal systems and solar systems. He possesses excellent knowledge on AC equipments {(AHU), air conditioning packages} and solar energy systems. He is qualified in energy monitoring and measurements instruments, energy conservation and energy conversion and HVAC and energy software. During his career, he conducted several training courses and seminars on (HVAC). He assumed the following posts throughout his professional life: Associate -Energy management services Int., Amman, Jordan. Laboratory Supervisor and Research Assistant Engineer, Hashemite University, Jordan. Equipment Production Engineer ,Petra Engineering Industries Company ,Amman ,Jordan

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Memberships: Association of Jordanian Engineers


Key Personnel - Jordan

Maen F. Al Nemrawi

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Position: Senior Associate / Green Leed Department

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Qualifications: B.Sc in Mechatronics Engineering

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Experience: Associate engineer (Energy Management Services): project manager for different SES projects, performing the EVA analysis for electrical part. Ensures that installation, commissioning and project management are carried out as per the procedure for all SES projects. Technical Engineer (Al-Ghanem trading and contracting co.): Technical support Engineer in Field of Diesel Generators and Building Management System (BMS).

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Training & Courses: Building Management System (BMS). Advance Course of Design & programming of Direct Digital Controller (DDC) & (RS-485, LON, BAC Net) & Network Communication.* Building Automation Design & programming of Lighting & Access Control system* Design of Electrical Works in Construction Building Precise Course of Design & Analysis of all Electrical Systems and Equipment Used in Residential and industrial buildings. Mat Lap Programming Pro Engineer (3-D Drawing) Software AutoCAD (2-D Drawing) SoftwareRelux Lighting Design Software Microsoft Office Applications Technical Writing.

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Memberships: Association of Jordanian Engineers

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Key Personnel - Jordan •

Hala Ahmad Jaber

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Position : Senior Associate / Green Leed -Simulation Department

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Qualifications: 1999 – 2000 Al – Dor Al manthor schools Amman – Jordan. General Secondary Certificate (Tawjihi), Grade 92.2%. 2000- Feb 2005 University Of Jordan Amman –Jordan. Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering. Experience: Feb 05 – March. 05 Alriyadh Engineering Center Field Training In Electrical Design Department, From 15/2/2005 to 15/3/2005. March. 05 – Feb. 08 Sky Software Company Position: Programmer using VB and VB.Net Languages. Developing Human Resources System (Personnel, Payroll, and Attendance) using VB.Net + SQL Server 2000 as Databases. Department: Development. Feb. 08 – July.08 Awwabeen Electromechanical Company Position: Office Electrical Engineer. Design and Workshop Drawing. Study Solar System (installation, Study all cost analysis issues). July.08 – To date Energy Management Services Position: Simulation Engineer. Energy Modeling and Simulation Engineer. Hobbies: Reading .


Key Personnel - Jordan

Mohammad Jafar Al-Massri

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Position : Associate / Green Leed -Simulation Department

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Qualifications: B.SC Mechatronics Engineer

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Experience: [June 2008-Present] Energy Management Services(EMS) Simulation /Energy Molder Engineer, LEED AP Other Experience Practical and theoretical background in Energy audit, solar and PV systems

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Hobbies: Tennis, Science fiction


Key Personnel - Jordan •

Mustafa Sharif Herzallah

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Position : Associate / Green Leed -Simulation Department

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Qualifications: Bachelors of Mechatronics Engineering. University of Jordan - Amman, Jordan LEED AP Certification, United State Green Building Council, USA

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Experience: LEED AP and Energy Modeling Engineer at EMS (June 2008 - Present) Training Trained in the department of electrical maintenance at AL-Keena Hygienic Paper Mill Co. Ltd, Jordan (Nuqul Group) Courses Two courses in energy modeling and simulation using eQUEST program Design of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems Design of Electrical installation works PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) (SIEMENS SIMATIC S7-300) CCNA Exploration: Network Fundamentals Projects Medical Pump Control Project “Design and Implementation of a Control System for a Gentle Pump”. Automation Project “Controlling a sequence of a production line using three PLCs”. Hydraulics and Pneumatics control Project “Designing a hydraulic forging press” Electrical drive Project “Designing a drive system for an elevator”.

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Hobbies: Reading-Sports as Volleyball, Table tennis and Swimming


Key Personnel - Jordan

Rami Simon Ghanem

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Position : Consultant / Commissioning Department

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Qualifications: Bachelor in Mechanical Engineer (Bsc.), University of Mosul – Republic of Iraq in 2002. Masters of Science in Building Services Engineering (Msc.) Heriot Watt University Edinburgh-United Kingdom (UK) in 2004. LEED Accredited Professional Certificate “LEED AP” United State Green Building Council “USGBC” in 2008.

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Experience: Sigma Consulting Engineers three years of designing and drafting mechanical services (HVAC, plumbing and Fire Fighting systems) for variety of projects in Jordan. Omrania and Associate Consultant Engineers two years of designing and drafting mechanical services HVAC, plumbing and Fire Fighting systems) for projects mainly in Saudi Arabia. Energy Management Services (EMS) working in Energy Value Analysis department as energy engineer and LEED commissioning department.

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Hobbies: Swimming bowling


ENERGY MANAGMENT SERVICES  

ENERGY SAVING,VALUE ENGINEERING,COMMISSIONING,LEED CERTIFICATION,ENERGY AUDITING.

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