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Abdelmawla, Fahim Recognized as Leaders in Implementing New Technologies

ESD duo earn spot on prestigious BuiltWorlds 2020 Adoption Leaders 50 List.

Those tapped for leadership roles to help their companies find, select and implement new technologies are increasingly making an impact on the built environment. There’s probably no better example than the many technological pivots during the pandemic, such as adopting touchless technology for the workplace, including digital solutions for lobbies.

For BuiltWorlds 2020 Adoption Leaders 50 List, the industry focused on people newly hired or recently given new tech adoption-related titles in the architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. And two of our ESD technology experts, Samir Abdelmawla and Mo Fahim, were selected for the prestigious honor.

Their accomplishments in the field of technology are many. Soon after joining the company, Abdelmawla was a co-winner of the ESDi Tech Challenge. Fahim has been a prolific contributor of tech ideas during the pandemic, such as helping remote workers figure out the best ways to optimize the work-from-home experience.

Want to know more? If you would like further assistance in better understanding how our team members can find, select and implement new technologies for you, reach out to Samir or Mo.

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