Charbel GHANEM is born in 1980 in Beirut. Despite the civil war which ravaged the country till the early nineties, he followed a tough Jesuit education at Notre Dame de Jamhour. Holder of the French baccalaureate, he then studied architecture at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik.

Son of an airman, both Aviation and Architecture vectored his life. In 2005, Charbel GHANEM presented as a final academic project and to a fifteen member jury his “Aeroport Jean-Paul II” airport he designed for the northern Lebanese region and he named in commemoration of the former Pope John Paul II (18 May 1920 – 2 April 2005). It is through his work, consisting of research and design he overdone for two years, that he discovered the complexity of large scale construction projects.
Following a brilliant success in his Masters in Architecture, and willing to know how to manage the diversity of the actors operating under their financial and juridical banners from the other side of the construction, he left the motherland heading to Grenoble, France, where he obtained a higher degree in Project and Property Management.

Since 2006, armed with a sensibility of an Architect and as a cost and delay concerned Project Manager Charbel GHANEM works in France under his employers, as a client representative of many important and renowned local and international clients.