I enjoy tackling engineering and business challenges. I believe in privacy and ownership of personal data. I believe in sharing and building our collective body of knowledge.
I am an engineer with a strong academic background, experienced in delivering projects in challenging environments with diverse teams. I enjoy studying the iron triangle between cost, schedule and quality, where quality includes safety, sustainability and social value.
Currently working in the UK, helping steel, rebar and precast companies implement software solutions to manage their operations. Previous experience in offsite modular rebar, data center design and engineering, industrial and infrastructure projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, and consulting.
Graitec Group (since '22), United Kingdom
Consultancy for the implementation of the Group's "Fabricate" line of software solutions oriented toward rebar, steel and offsite manufacturing industries.
Midland Steel ('21 - '22), United Kingdom
Innovative offsite reinforcement solutions, delivered just-in-time and prefabricated in modules based on project constraints.
Huawei ('18 – '21), Turkey
Headed Data Center construction department for the regional office. Solution design and delivery for data center projects in East and Central Europe, Nordic Region, Turkey, Ukraine, Russia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Offsite and/or modular facilities.
VKS ('15 –'18), Nigeria
Construction and contract management for EPC contractor in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Renaissance ('13 – '15), Nigeria
Estimator in a commercial project - a hotel project in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Formet ('12 – '13), Nigeria
Building materials sales in the ECOWAS market.
LASG ('10 – '12), Nigeria
Consultancy to the Lagos State Government Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation.
I have a master's degree in Construction Engineering and Management, an MBA and a Structural/Civil Engineering degree.
Currently in London. Feel free to contact me on LinkedIn or simply send me an e-mail: abdullah at gula dot bi
I publish a blog oriented towards starting a dialogue with young Turkish professionals, sharing snippets of life as an engineer.
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