Elizabeth Mathulla is a senior professional with 23 years plus of experience in the field of integrated technical design process for various projects types covering: education, hospitality, residential, business/commercial, and mixed-use developments as well as planning and infrastructure mainly in the MENA region.
As a well-rounded Architecture professional, she brings Design, Technical, QA/QC and Management skills/knowledge to enable capability of successful completion and delivery of projects. She has been in the lead role in the multi-disciplinary technical design process for the last 15 years and has had consistent positive project completions and client reviews. This involved all types of documentation for the various Design Phases inclusive of Tendering and Construction support as well as for Building Permitting. In addition, she has also been responsible for technical reviews of various other projects to bring to minimum desired levels per stage. She is passionate about and have in-depth understanding of Sustainability measures and its Rating systems and have completed documentation for many rated projects.
Elizabeth has successfully completed all aspects of project design documentation for tender bids inclusive of front-end documentation, reporting of complex projects of multiple use, phasing and packaging. To serve that end, she handled design management and coordination of various in-house disciplines and sub-consultants to enable a relatively smooth construction process. All her projects went into construction with minimum issues.
After graduating from high school, Elizabeth knew she wanted to delve into both mathematics and the artistic side of things. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from a university in India, and is licensed to practice architecture in India and the United Arab Emirates. She is employed at KEO International Consultants, UAE, as Senior Project Architect since Nov 2007..
Looking ahead, she plans to design/build more buildings and mentor young women professionals in the field. She credits her success to being a people person, hard work, and learning on the go.