Doxiadis Associates has provided services in more that 60 countries in North and South America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Among its clients are:
International Organizations: United Nations Development Program (Special Fund), United Nations Centre for Human Settlements, FAO, World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, Commission of the European Communities.
National Governments of: Algeria, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, Comoros, Cyprus, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, Hellas, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sudan, Syria, U.A.E., U.S.A., Vietnam, Yugoslavia, Zaire, Zambia.
Public Organizations and Large Corporations: Abbott Laboratories, U.S.A.; AEG Iberica, Spain; Agricultural Bank of Hellas; Agricultural University of Athens; Agricultural University of Lyallpur, Pakistan; Aluminium of Hellas; Bank for Industrial Development, Hellas; BP, Hellas; Capital Development Authority, Pakistan; Chase Manhattan Bank, U.S.A.; Deree-Pierce College, Hellas; Detroit Edison Company, U.S.A.; Esso Standard Libya, Inc.; Federal Housing Authority, Nigeria; Federal Capital Development Authority, Nigeria; First National Bank of Chicago; Ford Foundation; Hellenic Sugar Industry; Hellenic Telecommunications Organisation; Industrial Development Corporation, Zambia; Kaiser Corporation, U.S.A.; National Research Foundation, Hellas; Petromin, Saudi Arabia; Public Power Corporation, Hellas; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, U.S.A.; Reynolds Aluminium Co., U.S.A.; Tema Development Corporation, Ghana; University of Patras, Hellas; University of the Panjab, Pakistan; University of Aleppo, Syria; U.S. A.I.D.
Identification of the emerging megalopolitan formation in the Great Lakes Area. Recommendation and plans for its future development (45,000,000 ha); interstate transportation system planning.read more
Development programme and overall physical plan for the future development of the Urban District Area (5,520,000 ha); regional transportation planning within the context of the development programme.read more