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Established in 1996 PROME Consultants Limited, is a Multidisciplinary Engineering Consultancy and Project Management firm with its headquarters in Kampala, Uganda. The firm has over 24 years of experience. The firm, through a team of professionally qualified and widely experienced Engineers, Architects, Land and Valuation Surveyors, Environmetalists and Sociologists supplies technology-based intellectual services in the form of project planning, design and management of project delivery in the built environment industry.

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Design Firm Seminars provides professional growth training and coaching to individuals and organizations around the world. Our trainers work with FIDIC to produce training materials for FIDIC Academy, and for the Future Leaders Management Program. We also provide on-demand training through our website, and cover topics that include Sustainability, Climate Change, and Integrity Management.

WSP

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As one of the world’s leading engineering professional services consultancies, WSP brings clarity and vision to complex challenges. Our team of technical specialists and strategic advisers across the UK is part of a talented global family of expertise. Together, we ensure innovative solutions solve complex problems for our clients and the communities we serve, meeting both the needs of today and addressing the challenges of the future.
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SPCastro, Inc. (SPCI), a 36 years old project management company, continually adapts to the changing times and strives to be a relevant player in the global engineering and infrastructure community. Now ready for the “next reality” post-pandemic, as it advocates and supports endeavors on climate change.

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Committed to minimising CO2 and pollutant emissions resulting from airport activities, Genève Aéroport has set itself the goal of ending the use of fossil fuels in all its buildings and infrastructure by 2025. It has also planned to further develop solar production and electric mobility on the apron. Moreover, the airport is developing projects aimed at encouraging passengers and employees to prefer sustainable means of travel.