DABS EGYPT: Kansas City
Article By: Jessie Scott.
DABS EGYPT is a fast growing firm, founded in 2008 by a group of Egyptian design professionals with over 25 years of combined experience in the MENA region. Setting off from years of experience that span various knowledge domains, covering numerous projects ranging from small to large scale, located across the region, dabs provides professional Architectural, Engineering, Construction and Management services.
Since we began, we've added services and specialists to our organization that now boasts a lot of design professionals in several disciplines. Accounting on years of experience and exposure to different markets and cultures and backed by this alliance, dabs is tightly aligned to international standards and adopts best practices as a fundamental and integral aspect across our services portfolio.
A look at our firm reveals a broad scope of expertise in a number of disciplines that have been refined by solid experience in specific industries and markets. For every phase of planning and construction, for any type of development, or for civic or commercial purposes, dabs offers you the confidence of working with professionals focused on projects just like yours.
Uniquely positioned as fast growing firm in a comparatively small market, we've completed more diverse types of projects than many firms. This diversity brings fresh and new perspectives to our clients and creative solutions that may not have been immediately seen. We have the resources of a large firm and the do-or-die service mentality of a small one.
DABS adopts a unique "principal in-charge" concept that provides high level executive input and oversight that brings value added assistance to strategize and structure the most feasible, cost effective and successful projects, from inception through final delivery.
Their deep-set culture of total client commitment is inspired from the values of ownership, responsibility and excellence. They perceive their projects as an opportunity to extend long term relationship with clients, and hence to be recognized as Strategic Partner, not merely a services vendor.
They aim to achieve and exceed their clients expectations and business objectives.
International experience, analytical approach and passion for creativity gives them the skills to meet clients needs and reach their full satisfaction.
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This story is part of The COVID Economy, a CBC News series looking at how the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic is affecting jobs, manufacturing and business in regions across Canada. It's become cliché to describe Manitoba's economy as diverse, but that's what is giving Manitobans solace as the province's economy is put through the wringer in a global pandemic An assorted blend of industries from agriculture to manufacturing and transportation have previously cushioned the middle province from the economic blows of provinces more vulnerable to the whims of single industries, such as oil. And that economic track record has given officials the belief they can weather the financial toll of COVID-19. Premier Brian Pallister has clung to economic forecasts carrying the same optimism, citing one model last week from RBC that predicted Manitoba's gross domestic product would collapse but not as badly as any other province. "We are projected by most of the analysts, whether in banks or bond rating companies, to be the province that is best positioned to come back from this pandemic, and we are going to make that happen," Pallister said on Tuesday. Forecasters not confident One economist behind the RBC forecast, however, suggests that provincial rankings are nearly meaningless. "I think we're starting to split hairs here," said senior economist Robert Hogue, whose report pegs Manitoba's GDP as dropping 3.7 per cent this year, compared to a 1.1 per cent increase in 2019. Still, he projects Manitoba's economy will perform better relative to other provinces due to its diversification. Hogue said the grim picture demonstrates how quickly the economy collapsed in the month since officials urged isolation to quell the spread of COVID-19. 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Read other stories in the series: Buoyed by lower case numbers than less populated provinces like Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia, Pallister says he wants to be the first province to safely reopen the economy. But the toll of the shutdown will be significant even if it is short, Cyrenne said. He wonders if private businesses, especially in the battered restaurant and hospitality industries, can survive, and worries whether civil servants will lose work as an austerity-minded province teases layoffs. Have-not province wants Ottawa's aid And he questions if a have-not province like Manitoba will face shrinking transfer payments from the federal government. Cyrenne mused Ottawa may cut transfers, the way it did in the 1990s, to control spiralling costs. "That whole system, I think, is going to be in jeopardy or at least there's going to be lots of strains on it going forward." The Progressive Conservative government under Pallister spent its initial four years in government striving to whittle down its deficit from $850 million to an estimated $220 million by the end of this fiscal year. It has pushed austerity during the pandemic, as well, relying on the federal government to provide financial aid for struggling individuals and businesses, while calling on provincial departments and public-funded bodies to cut non-essential costs. The province is now expecting a year-end deficit as high as $5 billion due to a combination of soaring health-care costs and slumping revenues amid the pandemic. Stefan Dodds, another economist from the University of Winnipeg, said a diverse economy alone doesn't make Manitoba immune to financial woes. 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