One of the energy sector greatest experts
Throughout the last 30 years, Fahad Al Tamimi has been at the centre of numerous of Saudi Arabia's a lot of significant infrastructure tasks in the transport, mining and energy industries. Through his participation and management of numerous companies, He has over 4,500 employees in Saudi Arabia, with headquarters in Khobar and Riyadh.
Al-Tamimi holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran and a Master of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Houston, Texas.
He is a partner at Al Haitam, Tamimi Trading & Contracting Co. Ltd (TIMCO) and Amarco hotel, whilst likewise having control over Oceanic Trans Shipping.
as part of his numerous fantastic business achievements is his previous management and participation with Saudi Consulting Co, which is one of the nation's most established engineering and architecture companies. His involvement began in 1979 and he was the Executive Vice President in 1989, before taking on the duty of President of the company in 2002.
He supervised its development from 200 to 2,000 personnel. The head offices are based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, with extra supporting workplaces located in al-Khobar, Jeddah, Madinah and Abha, in addition to Egypt and the United Kingdom. Saudi Consulting Co now employs over 2000 personnel who specialise in providing architecture, planning and all kinds of engineering infrastructure, as an example: buildings, roadways, bridges, sewage, dams, power plants etc
Over the last 10 years, he has also been at the helm of companies such as Worley Parson Arabia Ltd and Petrocon Arabia Ltd. These companies have also been hugely prominent in Saudi-based engineering projects recently. He was Chairman of the Board at Worley Parsons when the company reported an amazing 4,500 % growth, making it the fastest growing company in 2009. Through the participation of his companies, he has actually held responsibility for the management of over 75 % of the Saudi Aramco engineering projects.