Ahmad Bahgat Chahine is a principal architect, project manager and the head of the architecture department at the international architecture and engineering consultancy Dar Al-Handasah. He joined Dar Al-Handasah in 1986 as a junior architect, when he contributed to the project to design and construct the Adbul Latif Jameel Centre for Middle East Management Studies in Downtown Cairo. He was elected as an associate of the firm in 1995, principal in 2007 and became the head of the Cairo office architecture department in 2011.
Ahmad’s experience covers a wide range of fields covering hospitality, residential, religious, medical, educational, institutional, office, retail and governmental projects. Over the years, he has acquired depth of experience in design, management and project coordination with remarkable experience in the design of large architectural and urban development projects internationally, including across the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Gulf region.