Eng. Khaled Ghareeb

  • Engineer Khaled Ghareeb commenced his commendable career in Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) as a General Consultant for the globally renowned company, White Westinghouse. Here, he honed his expertise in numerous HVAC systems, such as single duct systems, dual duct systems, and variable air volume (VAV) systems. This repertoire of knowledge became integral in managing systems including air conditioning, heating, and process cooling devices in the Suez Canal Governorate.
  • He then expanded his skill set appreciably at the esteemed White Westinghouse factory located in the 10th of Ramadan City, serving as a Manufacturing Consultant. Here, he shaped the design and manufacturing process of HVAC systems, becoming a master in subsystems of chilled water devices, DX (Direct Expansion systems), VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow devices), and broader HVAC systems, including fan coil unit systems and underfloor air distribution systems.
  • With an impressive knowledge base, Engineer Ghareeb went on to serve the National Authority of Water Supplies in Egypt immaculately. He meticulously oversaw MEP tasks, from design inception to execution supervision across Suez, Port Said, and Ismailia for wastewater treatment stations. He ensured these systems aligned with local and international regulations and even co-worked actively with American authorities.
  • Ghareeb displayed his environmental conscientiousness when tasked with the rehabilitation of several water lifting and wastewater treatment stations, including significant ones like the 6th of October (Bashair) station. This included bypassing water supply lines and bedding solutions for electric cables, maintaining a meticulous attention to detail which is typical of his work.
  • Showcasing his proficiency in system recovery, Ghareeb was central to the rehabilitation of Kafr El Zayat’s centrifugal drier system. This revolved around a thorough inspection of system components and subsequent replacement of worn parts, in addition to proposing efficient operational alternatives.
  • With a deep understanding of hydrothermal management, Ghareeb addressed increased humidity and dew point problems affecting SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) drivers in the Port Said governorate. Here he demonstrated his prowess in working with dedicated outdoor air systems (DOAS). His expertise resulted in optimized marine HVAC systems for Suez Canal Authority dredgers.
  • Working alongside Japanese authorities, Ghareeb formed a rewarding joint venture. Remarkably, he managed the ventilation, exhaust and CO2 control in the Ahmed Hamdy tunnel. This required working with chilled beam systems and displacement ventilation systems, ensuring that tunnel aerodynamics, pollution control systems, and emergency ventilation designs were all up to standard, leading to safe underground transport between Ismailia and Sinai.
  • Ghareeb continued to display his vast range of skills when he joined forces with a German company to plan 16 state-of-the-art surgery capsules for Suez Canal University Hospitals. The project involved intricate MEP tasks, including the utilization of air source heat pump systems, automated monitoring and control systems, and strict adherence to health codes and standards.
  • Lastly, Ghareeb’s consultation services were integral for Hi-Pharm and Ebn Sina Medical factory. Here, he played a huge part in design, execution supervision, and inventory planning, ensuring optimal, cost-effective, and safety-compliant pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities. Working with HVAC systems in such environments often require implementing highly efficient air filtration systems, specifically, high-efficiency particulate arrestance (HEPA) filters.