Fedaa El-Dosougi

Fedaa El-Dosougi

Sunny Isles, Fl, USA 33160


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An experienced architect, planner and project manager with extensive knowledge in cultural sustainability and green building design and construction.  Having practiced sustainable architecture and planning in the USA, Middle East and North Africa both in the employment of world recognized architecture firms, and independently as a consultant architect to institutions, developers and private individuals.  This diversity molded Fedaa's abilities to analyze objectively and service the different cultural and environmental markets to which Fedaa's technical services are offered.  This also helped Fedaa expand her resources in the areas of building materials and technical support to better contribute to valuable projects in design, eco-planning and strategic project management.  Nevertheless, cultural awareness went hand in hand with Fedaa's professional experience to contribute in establishing positive communication with clients and consultants for the satisfactory delivery of architecture and planning projects.

In addition, environmental and cultural research encompassed a great part of Fedaa's career as an architect, a teacher, a real estate development professional, and even in her personal interest in photography, horticulture, arts and in the development of indigenous crafts through the application of sustainable technologies to benefit world market.  Currently, Fedaa El-Dosougi volunteers time and experience to Habitat for Humanity of Broward County, and to Hayatt Dosougi Mercy (HDM), a nonprofit organization for sustainable human development in East Africa. 

Fedaa El-Dosougi highly appreciated throughout her career the confidence she received from past employers, supervisors, team members, students and respectable clients for the opportunities to be part of valuable and exciting projects, for sharing the knowledge and for their support and trust.  

Fedaa Strongly believes in high ethics and family values as she states: "Mostly appreciated are my mother and father, for engulfing me with their love, protection, encouragement, positive teachings, mentoring the love of learning and arts, and for planting the seed of values, ethics and integrity in our personal and professional lives, and for them I am forever grateful".          



INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT. DESIGNER & PROJECT MANAGER, Boca Raton, FL, US, Consultant Designer and Project Manager

• Provided technical support services to Florida architecture and engineering firms and overseas clients as follows:
Florida Engineering Consultants, Boca Raton, Florida: Commercial projects - varied. Performed design and drafting, code analysis, 3D renderings, and site survey and data collection. Projects valued at $3000-$200,000 US.
Wayne Farrell Architect, Pompano Beach, Florida: Outpatient clinics and rehab facilities - varied. Performed programming, design drafting, space planning, and code analysis. Project values not disclosed to me.
Schenkel Shultz Architects, Orlando, Florida: Storm Elementary – Indian River County School Board. Performed green design, code analysis, construction documents, engineering coordination, client coordination, project workshops and weekly meeting presentations, meeting minutes, specialty trades coordination, finish materials research, specifications review and documentation, reviews with planning department and fire marshal, FF + E drawings and details, bidding documents, permit documents and training of interns and draftsmen. Project valued at $40,000,000 US of which $3000, 000 US were savings.
Istiqama Architecture & Engineering Corporation, Khartoum, Sudan: Hospitality, Urban planning, Institutional and Luxury Residential projects. Performed marketing, programming, code analysis, space planning, master planning, feasibility studies, green design, construction documents, engineering coordination, environmental research, contract negotiation, contract management, value engineering, bidding documents, construction management. Project valued at $200,000 - $300,000,000 US.

Jan 2006 - current


Physical Planning Research towards MSC in Sustainable Regional Eco-Planning and Design
Physically performed research on the aspects that influence the planning and design of coastal settlements along the west coast of the Red Sea region of East Africa and suggested solutions are forwarded for consideration. The research included environmental, cultural, political and economic investigations of historic and existing influences on the stability of the region. The study required full time physical engagement in all aspects influencing the efforts towards the sustainable redevelopment of the region and involved engagement with international environmental, political and social organizations such as PERSEGA, NOA and UNDP. Phase one of the study earned me the degree of MSC in sustainable cultural eco-planning and design, and is in evaluation for continuity towards earning a PHD in the same subject area at the neighborhood scale.

Aug 2008 - Dec 2011

SPILLIS CANDELLA DMJM., Coral Gables, FL, US, Project Manager

International Master Planning project and Florida Institutional projects. For the Jebal Ali - Dubai Master Plan project, performance was focused on client contract management, engineering contract reviews and management, project research, client risk analysis, project program review and documentation, client coordination, engineering coordination meeting minutes, project reports, project workshops, production management, project account management. For PPP, JJJ, LLL Schools’ projects, my performance was focused on design management, value engineering, redlining for quality assurance, construction documents details and reviews, some engineering coordination, RFIs, and bidding documents reviews. Projects valued at $25,000,000 - $11 Billion US.

Nov 2005 - Dec 2006

DONAHUE AND COMPANY, Pompano Beach, FL, US, Designer/ Project Manager

• Senior Living Facilities projects: For John Knox Village Expansion Master Plan, Heritage Tower, Paradise Care Senior Living and Alzheimer and FAU Innovation Center projects , my performance concentrated on code analysis, design, design development, field survey, construction documents, master plan development and expansion, engineering and client coordination, meeting minutes, material research, FF+E production, specialty trades coordination, bidding and permit documents. Project value at $45,000,000 US.

Jul 2001 - Dec 2004

BARGER DEAN ARCHITECTS, Sarasota, Fl, US, Designer/ Project Manager

• Healthcare & Institutional Projects: For Center for Sight, SunTrust Bank new and expansions, Kathleen and Mulberry Middle Schools, Sarasota Art Cultural Center, my performance contributed to program and code analysis, design, development, construction documents, material research and specifications review, client and engineering coordination, meeting minutes and project reports, material research, equipment research, specialty trades coordination, bidding and permit documents.

Apr 1997 - Oct 1999


• Industrial, Climate Control Storage, Educational and Commercial projects: For Public Storage, US Storage, Surgard Storage, Manatee Aquarium, my contribution was in the design and space planning, design development, construction documents, rendering, specifications review, presentation documents and graphic design

May 1995 - Apr 1997


University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan, MArch, Architecture

MSC Research on Eco-Town Planning and Design
Focused on sustainable cultural and environmental regional planning

Aug 2008 - Aug 2010

Florida Atlantic University - Construction and Interior Design, Broward, BArch, Construction Management - Health & Safety in Construction

Certificate of Construction Management
OSHA part I.

Jun 2008 - Nov 2008

Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, BArch, Architecture

NCARB equivalency program for IDP certification and ARE legibility.

Jun 2002 - May 2003

University of Khartoum, Khartoum, SD, BArch, Architecture

BSC Honors Architecture Engineering

Aug 1981 - May 1984

Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), Indianapolis, IN, US, BArch, Construction Technology

BSC Construction Technology
Minor in Political Science

Jun 1978 - May 1980


Technology Education Award, Award

For contribution in the advancement of Technology Education.


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