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Azmi Abdulhadi

After several years as a Government Relations Officer in SGRR and Aramco since 1950, Mr. Azmi decided to pursue higher education in the University of Texas in Austin from where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 1963.
Immediately after graduation, he worked with Aramco for a short period and then joined Getty Oil Company (now Saudi TEXACO) in Mina Saud as an E.M&C Superintendent.
In 1965, Mr. Azmi established Consulting & Design Engineering (CDE). The Ministry of Commerce and Industry granted CDE License for Engineering Consultancy work (No. 13) and License for Surveying work (No. 5). The firm has designed numerous projects in the private sector such as palaces, villas, schools, and other projects in SCECO, MODA, RCJY, MOE, etc. Simultaneously, it has been rendering services to several clients as accredited surveyors and later owned and operated materials laboratories to render services to contractors and government departments.
In 1971, CDE won a General Engineering Services (GES) contract with Aramco and hence it became the first Saudi Engineering Firm to win this contract. This contract was renewed periodically without any break since then.
Mr. Azmi is also the Co-founder and Board Member for Al-Shifa Medical Syringe Factory, KSA, Advanced Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing Co. Jordan, SEAMA, a real estate investment firm in Morocco, Palestinian Development & Investment Company (PADICO) in West bank and Gaza, Real Estate Development Co., Jordan.
In January 2001 he joined hands with Mr. Abdulla Al-Moaibed to establish AMCDE.

Abdulla Al-Moaibed

Mr. Abdulla graduated from Seattle University, USA with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 1974.
Starting as a site engineer in Basic Chemical Industries (a company co-founded by his father) in Dammam, he quickly moved to be its Technical Director, then Board Member in 1980. During this period he was part time Site Inspector of the Real Estate Development Fund. In 1979, together with one partner, he established National Fruit Juice Company (Danah Juice). As the Managing Director of the company, he was involved in the complete design, construction and whole operation of the plant.
In 1982 he established Abdulla Al-Moaibed Engineering (AME) in Al-Khobar as a successor to Arabian Business Management Services (ABMS) which has been operating since 1973 and won a GES contract with Aramco in the same year. He led the firm during this period to establish its good standing with Saudi Aramco, and at the same time diversified its activities into other areas such as SCECO,Kemya, Arrazi, Petrokemya, Unilube, and to the private sector to design hospitals, real estate developments, private housing and other projects.
In 1987, and in addition to being the Principal of AME, he carried a new responsibility as Chairman of Basic Chemical Industries in Dammam.
In January 2001 he joined hands with Azmi Abdulhadi and established AMCDE.

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