Prof. Mohamed Abdel-Azeem, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and the Engineer/ Sayed Farouk,  Chairman of The Arab Contractors Company signed a mutual cooperation protocol between the Faculty of Engineering, Mansoura University and The Arab Contractors Company. This protocol was done during the visit of the Engineer/ Sayed Farouk,  Chairman of The Arab Contractors who was welcomed by Prof. Ashraf Abdel-Basset, President of Mansoura University.

The cooperation protocol included fields of training, using the recent laboratory devices, performing the mutual scientific researches in the fields of building and construction with all its types, taking the benefits of the service and research laboratories for both parties in making mutual tests to reach the recent and new ideas in the engineering field. Besides, working on the modern instructions and the local and international codes specially in the field of paving with all its types.

In addition to making training programs and special mutual courses in the field of construction in the following specializations ( Concrete Methods – Soil Mechanics and Foundations). Further, the protocol aims at training the faculty’s students at the various company’s sites as well as the companies in all over Egypt, participating and cooperating in the local and international research conferences on updates in the fields of the mutual cooperation.

The attendees were: Prof. Sherief Badawy, the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Engineering for Postgraduate Studies, Research and Cultural Relations, The Engineer/ Mufeda Allam, the Supervisor of Laboratories and Development Sector at The Arab Contractors Company.

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