Company is among the top 15 design firms in the region
For the fourth year in a row, SETS International has been included in the Engineering News Record’s (ENR) list of the Top 225 International Design Firms. This year, the company has improved in its ranking from 175 to 171 worldwide, and is among the top 15 International Design Firms based in the MENA Region.
With this ranking, SETS continues to rub shoulders with leading international design companies, gaining important ground in terms of visibility amongst its peers and high recognition by its many distinguished clients.
Dr. Isam Kaysi, SETS’ Co-founder and Chairman, thanked all employees across disciplines, positions, and departments for their effort: “This achievement would not have been possible without the contribution and dedication of all engineers, architects, designers, business developers, technicians, managers, directors, administrators and project managers in the different offices and sites” he said, adding: “We are proud of you for setting your sights high, and making every effort to maintain the highest standards”.
SETS has proven again its commitment to deliver high - quality engineering and consultancy services, create innovative solutions, and introduce value-added services that carefully integrate technology, client perspective, sustainability and community wellbeing.
Engineering News-Record (ENR) provides an annual ranking of the Top 225 International Design Firms every July, which includes the largest design firms worldwide, both publicly- and privately-held. The 2019 list ranks the firms based on their 2018 design revenue from projects outside of their home countries, measuring their presence in international commerce.
Since its foundation in 2005, SETS has rapidly grown to more than 300 experts, across 11 offices in 4 continents with 7 dedicated service lines - Program & Project Management, Transport & Infrastructure, Architecture & Planning, Land Water & Environment, Electro-Mechanical and Energy Management, Design Technology and Data Services.