Afif Ramadi obtained his degree from the Belgian academic institution, Universite de Liege. While studying Civil Engineering, he gained expertise on all processes and approaches relevant to the discipline of functional design.
An outdoorsman at heart, Afif Ramadi sought refuge and relaxation from his studies in the breathtaking, nearby mountain ranges. As a member of Universite de Liege’s very own Ski Club. The group would regularly host trips to nearby slopes throughout the school year. Today, the organization is still thriving as an exciting component of student life at Universite de Liege in Belgium.
Working in tandem with scientifically-inclined builders and artistic architects was incredibly fulfilling to Ramadi. Though he is now in his retirement, he still identifies as an Engineer. He brings the expertise that he has cultivated throughout his life to the table of his newest passion: farming. Though civil engineering and agricultural are separate and unique fields, Ramadi believes that the two are simply different pages of the same book. On his own farm, he integrates civil engineering techniques. Ramadi particularly enjoys catering to practices that play on the inherent cycles of nature. His latest project has been an irrigation system which relies on a balance of commercial water sources and natural rainfall. Calling on his civil engineering expertise, he has developed a system which caters to a crop cycle approach. Utilizing natural rainfall within his farm’s watering system is Afif Ramadi’s way of intertwining the relaxation of retirement with the expertise he has developed throughout his life.