ASIYA SADIQ graduated in 1994, with Great Distinction, from Dawood College at NED University in Karachi, Pakistan. She went on to complete her graduate studies in Architecture from the Katholieke Universiteit of Leuven in Belgium, graduating in 1997. She was recruited by some of the best architects in Pakistan after her studies and worked on many prestigious projects. These included residential, commercial and institutional projects to improve the quality of life for people in Pakistan.
Ms. Sadiq has taught at the NED University of Engineering and Technology and continues her work on projects in the Middle East and Europe.
CHRISTOPHE POLAK completed his Masters in Architecture from the Katholieke University of Leuven, in 1997, after he had received his MSc in Urban Planning from the Rijksuniversiteit van Gent, Belgium. During the last two decades Christophe has done extensive work in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. He worked as a senior planner in Karachi on a wide range of projects, which included the master plan for a new “green” city, industrial sites, commercial projects and residential communities. He participated in the design and planning of major health care facilities and equestrian centers in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia. He has been invited to teach at The Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, NED University’s School of Architecture and Planning and Karachi University in Pakistan. Christophe’s multi-cultural experience has provided exciting professional opportunities in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Belgium, leading to many awards and recognition for his work.
EYOUB KHAN completed his undergraduate studies from Delhi University, India. He was awarded a General Motors scholarship to attend the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. He graduated in 1972 with honors in Industrial Design, specializing in Transportation Systems, and went on to complete his MBA from West Coast University.
Eyoub’s expertise includes the design and planning of Theme Parks, Water Parks and Destination Resorts. Transportation Design projects include Intermodal Transportation Centers, Mass-transit Systems and unique vehicles. Projects for the Aerospace industry include Airports and Spaceports. He has also developed new products for the consumer electronics industry and won awards for excellence in design.
Eyoub has published several papers on the future of transportation systems, human factors in space flight and the positive role of entertainment as an educational medium for future generations. Professional affiliations include membership in the Industrial Designers Society of America and the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.
GLENWOOD GARVEY is a senior architect who completed his Masters in Architecture from the University of California in Los Angeles. Over the last three decades Woody has worked on projects related to Oil and Gas Infrastructure, Airports, Hospitals, Hotels, Educational Facilities and Mixed-Use Retail. He has extensive international experience and has done major projects in the MENA region. Woody specializes in Project Management, A/E Design and Planning, Systems Engineering and Business Development and he is a senior member of the American Institute of Architects.
JOHN MONTIERTH is a highly qualified architect, licensed in the State of California since 1976. Over the last 40 years, John has developed an impressive portfolio of projects and experience. He has designed Destination Resort Hotels, Casinos, and Resort Properties and Residential projects throughout California and Florida, for some of the most prestigious clients. His experience includes Medical and Commercial Buildings, Community Centers, Clubhouses, Golf, Tennis and Aquatic Facilities. John’s work is international in scope and he can take projects from programming through construction. He has been a member of American Institute of Architects for many years.
KENT BINGHAM completed his civil engineering studies from the University of California, Berkley in 1958. Kent is a licensed structural and civil engineer in the State of California and has worked on some of the most exciting projects in the world. He was the structural engineer for EPCOT, Tokyo Disneyland and California Adventure, at the Walt Disney Company, and the Islands of Adventure for Universal Studios. In addition, he has worked on bridges, marinas, energy plants and transportation systems. Kent designed the monorail for Disneyland and is working on airships and high-speed monorails for the future. He is a senior member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
WILLIAM SCHYMICK graduated in 1971, with a BSc. in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University in Michigan. After his graduation William worked with some of the large automotive companies in Michigan and eventually relocated to California. In addition to architecture, William has a contractor’s license and has built several custom homes. He is a licensed architect in California and continues to work on residential and commercial projects. William also has an interest in aviation and has a private pilot’s license to pursue his hobby of flying to exotic locations.
AHMED NASIR BASHIR completed his Masters in Urban Design from the University of Colorado in Denver in 1991, after completing the undergraduate studies in Architecture from the NED University of Engineering and Technology / Dawood College of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan. Nasir specializes in Information Technology, CAD management and 3D GIS mapping systems. He has been teaching computer graphics applications for all phases of Architecture and Planning and his experience includes major infrastructure projects in the fields of Transportation, Airports, Medical Facilities, Sports Stadiums and many related commercial and residential projects.