Senior Road Designer
Islam Mohamed Ahmed is a transport engineer who joined Systematica in November 2020, after gaining his MSc Degree in Civil Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, Italy, focusing in land Transport and Intelligent Mobility on driver’s behavior with different road scenarios. He is consultant in Systematica and has broad knowledge of transportation planning and road design, stemming from an involvement in a wide variety of transport and road design-related multidiscipline projects.
He’s experienced in road design and transportation planning supported by the knowledge of various software packages, such as AutoCAD, Civil Design, Civil 3D, Infraworks 360 (Autodesk suite), CUBE (Citilabs). He also gained experience in 3D modelling and is capable to work in BIM design environment.
He leads highway and civil design tasks related to large-scale projects in Riyadh (KSA), Al Qassim (KSA), Dubai (UAE), and Cairo (Egypt). At Systematica he has been also involved in several projects of road design and transportation mobility carried out at international level: Riyadh Airport Park (Riyadh, KSA) and King Khalid International Airport Integrated Logistic Bonded Zone (Riyadh, KSA). He’s also experienced in designing horizontal and vertical roadway alignments, and superelevation diagrams according to AASHTO, KSA, UAE, Canadian, Egyptian and Italian regulations, in creating preliminary design concepts and alternatives for highway and civil features, and in preparing BOQ and Technical Spec to support tender and cost estimating stages. He works on the final design of project elements such as roadway geometrics, roadway design plan, signing and marking plans, traffic safety audits, plan and profile sheets, and final detailed cross-sections and supporting and providing coordination to resolve issues in multidisciplinary projects.