The modern world is a product of human endeavor, our species’ ability to envisage, design, and to construct. Engineers have always been at the forefront of this process, and today, more than any other time in history, we are living in a world of outstanding innovators. These figures have provided humanity with some invaluable advancements, and are now beacons of success, inspiring the minds of tomorrow. When taking mechanical engineering as a specific part, we can say that Mechanical engineers make a difference. That’s because mechanical engineering careers center on creating technologies to meet human needs. Virtually every product or service in modern life has probably been touched in some way by a mechanical engineer to help humankind.
Adib Al Masri Al Chaarani is one of the best Lebanese mechanical engineer and a prime example of hard work paying off. He graduated as a mechanical engineer at the Lebanese International University, and later on her pursued higher studies in his domain where he obtained his master’s degree back then. Adib is a Mechanical engineer who knows very well how to analyze his work using the principles of motion, energy, and force—ensuring that designs function safely, efficiently, and reliably, all at a competitive cost.
The essence of engineering is problem solving. With this at its core, Adib Al Masri Al Chaarani says that a mechanical engineer requires an applied creativity, a hands on understanding of the work involved, along with strong interpersonal skills like networking, leadership, and conflict management. He adds, “Creating a product is only part of the equation; knowing how to work with people, ideas, data, and economics fully makes a mechanical engineer.”
Adib Al-Chaarani’s success was not confined to Lebanon only, but also transcended the borders of the country. As he was selected from among dozens of mechanical engineers by ITS (International Trades and Services) to inspect Kuwait’s Al Zour North Plant in early 2019. The Al Zour North Power and Water Station is the first privately owned gas-fired power and water desalination plant in the country. Kuwait, and provides its production of energy and desalinated water to the state. This distinguished visit was crowned with success after Adib Al Chaarani and a group of Lebanese engineers who accompanied him on his journey presented a set of proposals for the development and maintenance of this huge station.