Ayman Fahmy is a licensed professional engineer with unique district energy experience since 2000. He has been actively involved in the design, construction and commissioning of various district energy projects in Canada and the middle east. Ayman holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the American University in Cairo and has worked in different multinational engineering firms and a major EPC contractor.
Ayman was recently responsible for the detailed design and construction support of the steam to hot water conversion of the University of British Columbia district energy system including the complete hot water distribution network, the temporary steam to hot water plant and one third of the campus wide energy transfer stations. He’s actively involved in multiple district energy systems in Lower Mainland namely: the City of Surrey DES, City of Vancouver NEU, City of Richmond Alexandra DEU, SFU, UBC NEU, and others. He has also completed the hydrualic analysis for UBC and City of Surrey DPS.
Ayman was actively involved in the value engineering, design and construction of many district cooling/co-generation plants for a major district cooling provider in the Middle East. This covered over ten district cooling plants with a combined design capacity over 800 MW thermal.