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Nizar Alsaeed

Nizar Alsaeed

Electrical Engineering Loss Adjuster, Charles Taylor Adjusting

Telephone +966 11 472 4728
Mobile+966 (0)55 404 4808
Email Nizar.Alsaeed@charlestaylor.com
Address

PO Box 32550, Malaz, Riyadh – 11371

Prince Fawaz Bin Abdulaziz St.
Ar Rabwah Ar Rabwah
Riyadh 12813
Saudi Arabia

Expertise

Engineering, plant & machinery breakdown

About This Individual
  • Nizar joined Charles Taylor Adjusting in December 2018 as an Electrical Engineering Loss Adjuster to augment the current team of engineers in Riyadh office. His main focus is on electrical and mechanical engineering losses as well as working on Energy, Construction, Property, Marin and Casualty claims in Saudi Arabia. During his time at Charles Taylor, Nizar has also gained experience in Flood damage claims.
  • Previously, Nizar was working as an Electrical Engineer on gas Pipeline Project up to 30Km in Kharais area.
  • the project is construction of a SAR400 million project involving complex electrical control rooms, including gas supply, usage and storage, both above and below ground.
  • Also, Nizar worked as Safety Engineer on Airport project, handling all the safety of the site, prepared safety plan of several projects and applying the national standards of Safety. Achieved completion of project without incident/ accident.

Professional Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree of Electrical Engineering – Waterford Institute of Technology. Ireland
  • Diploma in Project Management Waterford Institute of Technology. Ireland
  • 6 Sigma
  • General Industry Safety & Health- KSA, Jubail
  • Prince2 PM
  • Member: Saudi Council of Engineers Electrical Engineer (NO: 262520)

Notable Assignments

  • Engineering, construction and electrical
  • Cable losses during construction and on operational power stations
  • Household
  • Plant & Machinery breakdown