Structural and Geotechnical Research Centre (SGRC)

- Cairo, Egypt
Posted In 13/10/2018
Job Description
Measure distances and angles between points on, above, and below the Earth’s surface
Travel to locations and select known reference points to determine the exact location of important features
Establish stake sites and official land and water boundaries
Research land records, survey records, and land titles
Look for evidence of previous boundaries to determine where boundary lines are located
Record the results of surveying and verify the accuracy of data
Prepare plots, maps, and reports
Present findings to clients, government agencies, and others
Take notes of land for deeds, leases, and other legal documents
Provide expert testimony in court regarding survey work

Job Category

Job Requirements


Min: 5 Years

Career Level


Job Type

Full Time


1 Open Positions





Degree Level

Bachelor's degree

Faculty / Institute



Surveying & Maps


Max: 40 Years



Residence Location



Arabic - Native / Mother Tongue
English - Very Good

Own a Car


Have Driving License


Job Skills
Communication skills. Surveyors must provide clear instructions to team members. They must also be able to receive instructions from architects and construction managers, and explain the job’s progress to developers, lawyers, financiers, and government authorities.

Detail oriented. Surveyors must work with precision and accuracy due to the legal nature of the documents they produce.

Physical stamina. Surveyors traditionally work outdoors, often in rugged terrain. Therefore, they must be able to walk long distances for several hours.

Problem-solving skills. Surveyors must figure out discrepancies between documents showing property lines and current conditions on the land. If there were changes in previous years, they must figure out the reason for the changes so that property lines can be reestablished.

Technical skills. Surveyors use sophisticated technologies such as distance- and slope-measuring “total stations” and GPS devices to collect land survey data.

Time-management skills. Surveyors must be able to plan their time and their team members’ time on the job. This is critical when pressing deadlines exist or while working outside during winter months when daylight hours are short.

Visualization skills. Surveyors must be able to envision new buildings and distances.
About The Company

Structural and Geotechnical Research Centre (SGRC) is a Civil Consultant Office established in 1983 by Prof. Ezzat Abdel Fattah. Since its establishment, SGRC had executed hundreds of major construction projects in Egypt as well as Arab countries including Structure design, Architecture Design, Soil Investigation Quality Control and Field Surveying.

SGRC, had successfully Designed more than 80 Electrical Substations, More than 500 Km of Overhead Transmission Lines, Hotels, Malls, Residential Buildings and Compounds.
During the past 22 years, SGRC had Successfully performed over 2000 Geotechnical report, over 100 major structure design projects and over 500 structural revision for the insurance pole. As a result, SGRC became the consultant for many Egyptian ministries as well as major clients such as, the Ministry of Energy and Electricity, the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, The ARAB CONTRACTORS, EGEMAC, ALSTOM, ABB, ENERGYA, ABDELLAH SONS, ELEGECT, KAHROMICA, HYDELECO, KALPATARU, KEC & NCC.

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