NED University of Eng. & Tech., Pakistan; Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand; Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey
Any fellow Pakistani Alumni living near you?
Your graduation date?
1986; 1991; 2006
What do you do for a living?
Working with a civil enigneering consulting firm as Senior Engineer
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
Professional Engineers Ontario, Professional Engineer Michigan; Professional Engineer New York
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
Tell us about you:
I am currently working for Malcolmn Pirnie, Inc. as senior consulting engineer. I started my professioanl career as structural engineer with Tai Associates in Karachi. I got scholarship for master at AIT in 1989 in environmental engineering. I got the scholarship for Ph.D. at AIT but left after completing one year as post graduate research fellow. I joined Mot MacDonal Group and start working as design engineer in their Karachi office for Karachi Water and Sewarage Board (KWSB). I worked on several project which includes but not limited to Karachi Greater Water Supply Schem (K-2; funded by World Bank), Left Bank Outfall Drain (LBOD; funded by World Bank), etc. I was awarded Pride of Performance by WAPDA for outstanding achievment on LBOD project. I joined SEATEC Group, Bangkok, Thailand in 1994. I worked on several projects of international significant that includes: Phuket Fish Port (in southern Thailand), Thimpu Water Supply Extension, Bhutan, Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate Development (Rayong), etc. I was honored by the "Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) for developing sustainable development plan for Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate. I joined C.C.Johnson & Malhotra in 2001 and start working for Detroit Water and Sewerage Department. My major contribution designing Chlorination & Dechloration Facilities for Detroit City which happend to be the largest plant of its kind in North America. This project was declared the best project of the year 2003 by Michigan Professional Engineer's Society..
I am a Search Consultant currently conducting a World-wide search for a Client of mine. My client and I are looking for an engineer who would be headquartered in the U.S. in Chicago, IL, but spend large amounts of time in Pakistan. The Engineer would have a Hydropower and Geotechnical background and be involved with the Neelum Jhleum Dam Project just north of Karachi.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. You may contact me directly at the following number: 602.625.9005.
This is a very big opportunity and need to collaborate with someone familiar with the country, it's customs and educational system.
We can discuss a financial incentive for your assistance.
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