Bringing 15-year international experience, Rami contributes his significant expertise to providing creative engineering solutions for a range of projects, including Macquarie University E7A.
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What do you enjoy about engineering?
The fact that you can quantify, calculate and simulate almost everything in engineering, which is not the case in real life.
Having worked overseas, what trends do you see in Façade engineering?
Façades have evolved from being an isolated skin design to becoming a more interactive and integrated part of a building’s design. Façades involve the most exciting and creative materials and patterns – a bit like a fashion show in slow motion and larger scale.
In your perspective, how do you think the industry is changing?
Green issues and sustainability are top of the list of consideration factors when designing façades. On the exotic side of the industry, interactive kinetic façades are a new trend.
What projects have shaped your career and why?
Macquarie University E7A involved the unique application of glass structures, and presented opportunities to tackle some new and very interesting design aspects. Warship Pavilion Sydney was memorable for its complex geometry.
Tell us about a time where you took the lead on a difficult project
Darling Harbour SE is a current project that requires a very delicate balance between technical work and other project management skills – an opportunity to develop my professional skills to meet the complex and varied challenges.
What is the best thing about being a part of TTW Team?
The culture at TTW is great – I enjoy having this opportunity to work with, and learn from, a wonderful group of professionals.