PMP, Courses completed
Project Management Institute, 2010
Bachelor of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering
Minor in Management
McGill University, Montreal, 1999
English, French, Arabic
AACE International (AACEI)
- 4333 St. Catherine Street West, Suite 500
Montreal, Quebec H3Z 1P9
- (514) 932 – 2188, ext. 252
- (514) 939 – 0776
- fali [at] revay.com
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Firas Ali joined Revay and Associates Limited in 2017, bringing with him knowledge gained from successfully delivering multi-billion-dollar projects for nearly 20 years across a wide range of industries. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from McGill University with a minor in Management in 1999.
His expertise in project management encompasses a wide range of areas including defining and implementing project controls systems, best contract management processes, claims avoidance work as well as bid preparation and complex contract negotiations. He has held contract awareness workshops to help project teams better understand contract management and execution in the field.
He has worked for Owner’s organizations, EPCMs and Contractors in Canada, the US and the Middle East. In his last role as Vice President of Project Controls and Contracts, he successfully led a software design team to create an in-house project controls application that was successfully deployed on two major capital projects worth $1B to perform Earned Value Management and integrate with various other corporate software. The system provided construction management team with timely visibility regarding the health of a project at various levels guiding them in their decision making as they adapt to changing project conditions.
His career highlights include leading a team of 25 professionals in the preparation and successful negotiation of a $45M dollar claim; negotiating the reboot of multiple critical contracts where a single contractor filed for bankruptcy in a remote area halfway through the performance period (+300M); act as lead facilitator to help ease tensions between the local workforce and multi-nationals tasked with rebuilding efforts in a warzone.