Parsons appoints Dubai area manager for infrastructure, transport
Parsons has appointed Suad Khawaja as its Dubai area manager for infrastructure and transport
Parsons has appointed Suad Khawaja as its Dubai area manager for infrastructure and transport.
In her new role, Khawaja, who has worked at Parsons for nine years, will be responsible for developing business, managing key client accounts, and supporting the US-headquartered consultancy’s infrastructure and transport projects in Dubai.
With 20 years of industry experience, Khawaja has worked in a diverse array of fields, including business development, structural engineering, project management, and operations.
Khawaja has both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Jordan, Amman.
Commenting on Khawaja’s appointment, Gary Adams, Middle East and Africa (MEA) group president at Parsons, said: “Suad is an accomplished professional with vast industry experience, ranging from engineering to project management, operations, and business development.
“We believe this role will elevate her skills and contributions to new heights,” he added.
The announcement of Khawaja’s appointment comes a day after that of Dr Max Clark, who has assumed the role of MEA business development director for infrastructure and transport at Parsons.
With offices in all GCC member countries, Parsons has been working in the MEA region for more than six decades.
The company’s portfolio of ongoing projects includes buildings, residential communities, mixed-use developments, airports, highways, bridges, rail and transit systems, ports, water infrastructure, and oil and gas developments.