Why work at Pace

At Pace, we continue to build our reputation through passion, integrity and a constant drive to produce high quality designs. We have had the opportunity to work with top international firms from all over the world on a diversified portfolio of prestigious projects since the firm’s establishment in 1968. We are a fast growing company with a clear vision to explore new horizons through our extensive knowledge of the architecture and engineering industry, as well as our commitment to deliver high quality projects. We measure our success against our work. Our most recent projects in Kuwait, ‘The Avenues’, won the Gold Award for Best Shopping Centre in 2013 from the Middle East and International Shopping Center Councils in the expansion and design category for the MENA region. Pace offers you the opportunity to work in a diverse environment where you will find endless opportunities to culturally expand and develop your career. Pace is always looking for interns and full time professionals to join our team across the MENA region.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Pace is an equal employment opportunity employer and embraces diversity in the workplace.



"As a Junior Architect, working at Pace has given me exposure to major projects in Kuwait including the Adan Hospital, Sabah Al Ahmed Cultural Centre, Avenues Mall and the new Kuwait University Campus in Al-Shadadya. During this time, alongside the Pace team, I have developed my technical, communication and design skills. I have been involved in all stages of project, from concept design and design development to working drawing phases. This has allowed me invaluable experience in my field as I continue to grow within the Pace family."
Dalal Al Qattan - Architect

"One of Pace’s positive attributes is its progressive approach in supporting the development of staff's individual identity and abilities. This forward thinking philosophy allows both the individual and the company to collaborate symbiotically in striving to create a unique and lead edge professional 'think tank'".
Colm Dunphy – Senior Architect