Bachir Al Kesserwany

Associate Director

Singapore

Bachir is an Associate Director in Control Risks’ Crisis and Security Consulting practice in Asia Pacific.  A senior security consultant with 15 years experience, Bachir is an expert in analysis, design, inspections, and documentation of integrated security projects from tender stage through to project completion. This includes full systems testing and commissioning in compliance with the project technical specifications and the local authorities’ standards and regulations. 

  • Asia Pacific
  • Security Consulting & Planning
  • Security Design Consulting
  • Threat & Risk Assessments

 

Bachir is an Associate Director in Control Risks’ Crisis and Security Consulting practice in Asia Pacific.  A senior security consultant with 15 years experience, Bachir is an expert in analysis, design, inspections, and documentation of integrated security projects from tender stage through to project completion. This includes full systems testing and commissioning in compliance with the project technical specifications and the local authorities’ standards and regulations.

Bachir prepares security risk assessments, security protection plans, gap analysis, concept design reports and drawings, schematic reports, security technical and performance specifications and schematics.   He also handles security tender documents, including equipment schedules, project design reports and tender evaluation reports. He is also a specialist in developing bandwidth estimate and storage reports, security system network design or schematics, estimated power loads and heat dissipation, and indicative security products opinion of cost.


Recent assignments that Bachir has worked on include:
  • Proposed solutions for projects in the APAC region with existing threats as well as threats that may appear in the near future.
  • Developed minimum technical security standards for a critical infrastructure asset within the APAC region.
  • Conducted multiple site surveys to identify gaps for highly iconic and prestigious clients within the APAC region.
  • Provided an audit for the technical security standards and specifications of a critical infrastructure asset within the APAC region.
  • Involved in the design and construction supervision of more than 6 luxurious and critical infrastructure projects in the APAC region.

 

Prior to his current role, Bachir worked extensively in the United Arab Emirates as a security consultant and project engineer, where he was involved in multiple construction projects of hotels, mixed-use developments, football stadiums, hospitals, museums and offices.

Bachir holds a Bachelor of Science in computer sciences and communications

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