Professional Membership & Registration

Our engineers are members of the following international technical institutions:

Saudi Council of Engineers (KSA)

The main responsibilities of the Council are setting criteria and standards of practicing and developing this profession including licensure terms and conditions; prescribing necessary rules, regulations, and examinations for obtaining professional degrees; preparation and publication of studies and researches; organization of courses, conferences, and symposia relating to the profession; and submission of technical advice in its area of specialization in accordance with regulations approved by the Council’s Board of Directors

The Institution of Fire Engineers (IFireE), UK

The IFE is a registered charity working for societal benefit. Founded in 1918, the IFE assesses knowledge of fire and professional experience, awarding internationally recognised membership grades and fire-related qualifications.

Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE), USA

The Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)TM was established in 1950 and incorporated as an independent organization in 1971. It is the professional society representing those practicing the field of fire protection engineering. The Society has over 4,400 members, 71 regional and local chapters, and 16 student chapters worldwide..

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), USA

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is a global nonprofit organization, established in 1896, devoted to eliminating death, injury, property and economic loss due to fire, electrical and related hazards.

Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber, ETEK

The Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber (ΕΤΕΚ) is the statutory Technical Advisor to the State and is the umbrella organisation for all Cypriot Engineers. It was established by Law 224/1990 and is a Public Law Body with an elected Governing Body. It has an office and a Service capable of promoting its objects.

Jordan Engineering Association (JEA), Jordan

Jordan Engineers Association (JEA) was established in 1953 as “engineers’ society” to organize the services of few hundreds of engineers. Today, Jordan Engineers Association (JEA) is proud to have more than 125,000 members from all engineering sectors operating in different regions with a varied wide globally experience.

Engineers Ireland (IEI), Ireland

With over 23,000 members from every discipline of engineering, Engineers Ireland is the voice of the engineering profession in Ireland. Members come from every discipline of engineering, and range from engineering students to fellows of the profession. We have been representing the engineering profession since 1835, making us one of the oldest and largest professional bodies in Ireland..