Said Aladham

Said Aladham

Ar Riyadh, SA

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NATIONALITY:   Jordanian

US VISA STATUS: Valid visa for 5 years

LANGUAGES:     1-English- excellent, 2- Arabic- Native

EDUCATION:       BSc Architecture, University of Jordan, Jordan, 2011

                                  Bachelor of Engineering in the World education services (WES)


  • Managing all project types from the start up to handing over, which includes project planning and supervision.
  • Specialized in 3Ds pertaining detailed on villas, towers and Town planning using Revit Program.
  • Specialized in presentation, graphic, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint …etc.), Autodesk (AutoCAD, Revit) and Photoshop

EXPERIENCE: 8 years 

Since 2011 with Dar Al Handasah Consultants (Shair & Partners)

The founding company of the Dar Group is an international consortium of professional service firms. Through its 18,000 staff members, Dar Group assists clients in over 100 countries around the world. It is dedicated to planning, designing, engineering, and project managing facilities, installations and structures

My current field

  • Following up the progress, quality and the technical issues with the site team and designers.  
  • Participation in the architectural design, drawing development(using Revit) and review among coordination with various trades.
  • Project coordinator

I worked on the following projects:

  • King Salman International Convention Centre, Madinah, Saudi Arabia.

4-storey convention centre (including a basement level) on a site area of 91,000 m². The project consists of a main convention theatre for 2,500 persons, 2 large exhibition halls, 3 multi-purpose halls, meeting rooms, business centre, economic and media centre, service and landscaped areas, helipad, and all infrastructure systems and networks. Parking spaces for 2,100 cars are provided at both the basement and ground levels.

Total built-up area: 60,000 m².

Project cost: 902,505,242 SA   =   240,668,064 $


  • Madinah Hajj City, Madinah, Saudi Arabia.

A township on a 1.6 million m² site located in Madinah Saudi Arabia; the project comprises 82 four-star and five-star hotel towers with heights between 20 and 48 storeys and gross areas between 39,300 m² and 317,650 m², offering a total of 41,000 guestrooms; office towers with heights between 11 and 32 storeys and gross areas between 39,100 m² and 75,000 m², accommodating 31,000 employees; commercial mall with a gross area of 71,000 m² and a 100,000 m² basement for 2,200 cars, offering retail, entertainment and catering areas; and elevated light rail transit and bus stations with a peak capacity of 84,000 person/hour.

Project cost: In excess of 5000,000,000 SA   =   1,333,333,333 $


  • Renovation the Actual Conference Palace and Hotel

Were designed and built since almost forty years ago from the year of 2017 in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. The building consists of a G+6 hotel with an area of about 7,000 m2. The basement consists of a theater, a lounge, a sports area, offices and technical sections. A conference center with an area of about 5,000 m2 was attached to the hotel through an honorary corridor for senior visitors. Therefore, the building overall condition was considered and evaluated to start up with the design of a new center and divide it into two main phases:


 Phase 1

Comprises the development and reuse of the conference center to become the main control and command center with a capacity of about 650 operators including a general operator, a key operator, and others, as well as a conference hall in the hotel basement and a VIPs lounge with a capacity of about 40 senior visitors, 100 listeners, 8 key operators and 16 auxiliary operators.

  • By May 6th, 2017 all the activities were finalized (where phase one took two months design and build) to allow for the proceedings in two weeks’ time when the Centre hosted one of the most remarkable events in the region and was inaugurated in the presence of his Royal Highness King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz and his Excellency Mr. Donald Trump, among other prominent presidents and leaders of the Arabic.

Phase 2

The development and re-use of the hotel


  • Concourse D at Dubai International Airport

It consists of the apron floor that includes
most of the technical and support areas as well as a bussing area for remote
gates; a first floor dedicated to the departure level, comprising boarding
lounges and a main concession area (retail, duty free, food and beverage, and
other services); a second floor housing arrival galleries and different
first/business lounges; and a partial third floor for MEP services. Works
comprise all infrastructure utilities and networks, and landscaping. Footprint.

Gross built-up area: 149,600 m².


  • Abraj Kudai, Mecca, Saudi Arabia

A landmark multi-functional development in the vicinity of Makkah Holy Haram on a site area of 64,000 m². The project consists of a large podium spread on the entire site, accommodating bus station, shopping mall, restaurants, food courts, conference centre and car-parks; 12 towers on top of the podium varying from 30 storeys to 48 storeys for residential and hotel uses; and helipads on top of 4 towers. A dome is located on top of the 2 mid towers (with a total height from ground of 370 m), housing a ballroom and convention centre. All technical services are located at the podium’s basement levels. The project also comprises a health centre.

Total built-up area: 1.5 million m².


  • Faculty Housing, Apartments, Houses, Villas at Sabah Al-Salem University City - Kuwait University.

Designed by Perkins+Will and developed by Dar

Based on the traditional typology of the Arabian courtyard house, which distinguishes between captured private space and accessible, shared open space, the planned community for Kuwait University Faculty Housing comprises thirty 4- and 5-story buildings to house over 1,000 faculty on the University campus. Area 920,000 m²



Dar Al-Handasah (Shair & Partners), Ar Riyadh, SA, Architect-Project Coordinator

• Project coordinator
• Participation in the architectural design, drawing development(using Revit) and review among coordination with various trades.
• Following up the progress, quality and the technical issues with the site team and designers.

Feb 2011 - current


University of Jordan, Amman, JO, BArch, Architecture Engineering

Jan 2005 - Jan 2011

World Education Services, Canada, BArch, Architecture Engineering

Jan 2005 - Jan 2011

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