Education

Improving education is one of the fundamental challenges facing the Arab region. With its growing population, almost every country is in need of more schools, universities, and research centers.

Our accumulated knowledge and wide variety of expertise place us in a unique position to provide clients with results that exceed their expectations. From educational experts, environmental specialists, and community engagement experts to architects, and electrical and mechanical engineers, our teams have worked on several education infrastructure projects and are well equipped to provide the right solutions.

Engicon has worked on educational planning, land selection, ESIAs, and the design and supervision for many schools and universities across the region.

Education sector services we provide include:

  • Educational planning
  • Architecture, structural, and MEP design
  • Environmental impact assessments
  • Traffic impact assessments
  • Interior design
  • Sustainability consulting
  • Landscape design
  • Facility management manuals guidelines

Sample Projects

USAID Schools for a Knowledge Economy Project (USAID SKEP)

USAID Schools for a Knowledge Economy Project (USAID SKEP)

Country: Jordan
Client: U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
Year Completed: 2019

SKEP aims to construct and furnish up to 25 new schools with modern international standards for the Ministry of Education in Jordan. The overarching objective of the project is to improve the quality and access to basic education in the Kingdom and provide improved and safe learning environments for youth.

Engicon’s scope includes complete architecture and engineering services, as well as the preparation of design guidelines, site selection, and carrying out EIA studies. Our team has also provided support during the tendering and award process for all construction tenders under the project.

Hashemite University - Northern and Southern Educational Complexes

Hashemite University - Northern and Southern Educational Complexes

Country: Jordan
Client: Hashemite University of Jordan
Year Completed: Ongoing

Engicon was assigned the construction supervision for two complexes with a total built up area around 35,000 m2. The northern complex includes 35 lecture halls, 3 auditoriums, 100 administrative offices for deanship, faculty members and administration staff in addition to other supporting services. The collages include the faculty of Educational Sciences, Queen Rania Institute for Children, and Queen Rania Institute of Tourism & Heritage.

The southern complex was highly needed due to the development of the faculties of Architecture, Engineering and Building Technologies. The functional program of the project includes 35 lecture halls, 3 auditoriums, 40 administrative offices in addition to other supporting services.