KUWAIT: As part of its support to the development plans in Kuwait, the Pan Arab Consulting Engineers (PACE) announced its platinum sponsorship of the 3rd Consulting Services for the Development Plan Forum “ENCON3”, which is being held under the patronage of Abdulaziz Al-Mujel, Minister of State for Municipal Affairs.
ENCON3 is organized by the Federation of Kuwait Engineering Offices and Consultant Houses (KFEOCH) from Jan 10 to 12. The event convenes under the slogan “Completing the plans of the Electronic Portal for Permits and addressing the Challenges of Building and Housing Plans”, where it discusses plans for digitizing the permits system and automated integration between concerned institutions in the public and private sectors.
Commenting on sponsorship of ENCON3, Tarek Shuaib, CEO of PACE, said: “Our sponsorship of ENCON3 is a confirmation of our support and participation in Kuwait’s development plans, which cover many sectors, especially the digital sector. PACE has always been a key partner in these plans, especially in Kuwait and the region in general.”
Shuaib expressed PACE’s pride in actively upgrading the sustainable operations of projects and enhancing the technological infrastructure in the engineering consultancy and construction sectors in Kuwait. He pointed out that PACE is at the forefront of institutions that adopt modern technologies, as it is constantly keen to bring them to Kuwait to ensure that projects are delivered according to the highest international standards. The projects implemented by PACE are the best witness, most notably the new Palace of Justice project, one of the most prominent and largest judicial buildings completed in recent years.
ENCON3 aims to study ways to develop a national strategy that makes e-government programs decisive in achieving Kuwait’s renaissance in various social and economic fields. The Forum also seeks to redefine the e-government program as a comprehensive government development initiative targeting vital areas such as education, health, business development, and implementing good governance.