Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
American Society of Hospital Engineers Association(ASHEA)
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
nothing much since 1983
Tell us about you:
I left Karachi in March 1968 and started my Masters at Colorado University and graduated in August of 1969.I am in USA from 1969 except from 1982 to 1987 I returned to Karachi and worked for Gammon Pakistan and than Adamjee Construction Company as Managing Director and return back to USA in 1987. I have worked in Bridges desin and construction field for over 10 years and than about 17 yesr in design ,construction and management of Medical Center for the Department of Veterans Affairs(US Govt) I got married in 1972 and had two daughters. Now my daughters are married and I am a grand father of one so far.Presently I am retired but invest in properties(buy and sell)
Dear Mr. Fatani
This is Badar Khan from Karachi an old campus 1961 graduate. If you get this message please contact me at email@example.com and give me your contact e-mail address and phones. Can you let me get in touch with the other nedians of your year and of late 60s. We are forming a social development trust of Nedians for social work in Thar.
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