Moncef Ziani

Monfef Ziani

FIDIC Vice President

Morocco
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Mr Moncef Ziani is a civil engineer, graduated from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées of Paris in 1981 and from the High School of Management of Rabat in 1983. He has worked as a structural engineer from 1981 to 1983 and as a dam engineer working for 10 years on large dams project (design and construction supervision) and water resources management. From 1993 up to now, Mr Ziani has been the CEO of CID, a multidisciplinary engineering firm, based in Rabat. CID in now the largest Moroccan consulting company with a staff of 500 engineers & technicians, operating in Africa, in the Middle East as well as in Albania . CID has branches in Cote d’Ivoire, in Sénégal, in Tunisia and in Oman. He is now FIDIC Vice-President and fomer President of the Moroccan Association of engineering firms. Mr Ziani is a member of the Moroccan Economic, Social and Environment Council, a constitutional body advising the moroccan government and parliament.

Monfef Ziani

FIDIC Vice President

Morocco

Biography

Mr Moncef Ziani is a civil engineer, graduated from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées of Paris in 1981 and from the High School of Management of Rabat in 1983. He has worked as a structural engineer from 1981 to 1983 and as a dam engineer working for 10 years on large dams project (design and construction supervision) and water resources management. From 1993 up to now, Mr Ziani has been the CEO of CID, a multidisciplinary engineering firm, based in Rabat. CID in now the largest Moroccan consulting company with a staff of 500 engineers & technicians, operating in Africa, in the Middle East as well as in Albania . CID has branches in Cote d’Ivoire, in Sénégal, in Tunisia and in Oman. He is now FIDIC Vice-President and fomer President of the Moroccan Association of engineering firms. Mr Ziani is a member of the Moroccan Economic, Social and Environment Council, a constitutional body advising the Moroccan government and parliament.

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