Rapid urbanization, demographic change, and the maturing digital age continue to challenge the spatial distribution of people and resources across our cities and the globe. Our designs has the ability to bring nature, technology, and people together.
Whether designing campuses, buildings, interiors, or performing feasibility and portfolio evaluations, our projects evoke pride in public missions, utilize best public and private sector design and delivery practices, create a secure & healthy work environment, stimulate community investment, and conserve resources.
We have a responsibility to ensure our transportation design continually enhances the travel experience. We strive to create memorable moments, effortless arrivals, uplifting spaces, and places to breathe fresh air.
We offer design solutions that are cost-efficient and innovative while minimizing environmental and ecological impact. Thanks to our holistic approach to whole life-cycle design, our experts take into consideration asset life from the earliest stages of design through construction and operation.
Our team of experts possesses a rich understanding of industrial and energy processes, a unique combination of specialist skills and multidisciplinary expertise required to plan, design, build and operate a new plant, or to automate equipment in an existing industrial facility, for numerous industry and manufacturing sectors in developed and emerging markets.
BECT integrates health and science architecture into one unified practice, offering a powerful incubator of interdisciplinary design. working at various scales, from interior design to campus master plan we create inspiring places for learning, interactive places for search, and healing places for patient care.
|2013||NAT OFFICE BUILDING COMPLEX||First Building Design Award||National Authority for Tunnels|
|2010||RAMSES SQUARE DEVELOPMENT||First Urban Design Award||Ministry of Culture - Organization of Urban Harmony, Egypt|
|2007||MAAMORA RESORT||Second Prize for Excellent Planning||Port Said Governor|