Nabil graduated from Cairo University in Egypt in 1978 with a B.S. In Civil Engineering. He then moved to the U.S. and began attending Kansas State University. In 1985 he completed his M.S. in Civil and Structural Engineering. In 1988 he completed his Ph.D. in both Civil and Structural Engineering. In the several years after he graduated, he designed several residential and commercial buildings.
Nabil moved to Klamath Falls, Oregon and began teaching at the Oregon Institute of Technology as an associate professor of Civil and Structural Engineering. He taught 6 different courses and continued to teach until 2004. In 1998 Nabil opened his own engineering firm, PSE Consulting Engineers, Inc. He oversaw, reviewed, and supervised the structural design of several engineers and designers. In the years that PSE has been open, Nabil has designed and reviewed at least 450 structures annually.
Nabil specializes in projects with shipping containers and is one of few in the world that deals with projects involving these containers. Aside from container structures, he also specializes in green buildings and, because of this passion, PSE Consulting Engineers, Inc. is one of the leading engineering firms specializing in green buildings. He is licensed in 47 states and has provided the engineering for structures all over the U.S and in several different countries.
Charles began his career working as a Construction Surveyor for the U.S. Army from 1983-1991. After leaving the military, he attended the Oregon Institute of Technology and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering Technologies, graduating in 1996. Over the next few years, he worked for various firms, including the Bureau of Land Management, KAS & Associates and Adkins Consulting Engineers. Charles joined PSE in 2007, starting as a Junior Engineer and later becoming a Licensed Engineer in 2010. He is still with PSE and loves what he does.
Charles’ expertise includes inspection and engineering of residential homes involving many different material types and combinations, including wood-framed and log homes. He also has experience with engineering light commercial buildings, such as concrete-masonry warehouses and foundations for steel-framed buildings. He is licensed in OR, WA, NV, and AZ.
Mo. El-Reedy’s background is in structural engineering. His main area of researchers is the reliability of concrete and steel structure. He has provided consulting to different engineering companies and oil and gas as the International Egyptian Oil Company (IEOC) and British Petroleum (BP). Moreover, he provides different concrete and steel structure design package for residential, commercial buildings, warehouses and telecommunication towers and electrical projects with WorleyParsons. He has participated in Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Natural Gas Liquid (NGL) projects with international engineering firms from preliminary engineering to detailed and execution phase. He provides a complete design package for power generation projects with ALSTOM, INTEC. Currently, Dr. El-Reedy is responsible for reliability, Inspection and maintenance strategy for onshore concrete & steel structures, and offshore steel structure platforms.
Dr. El-Reedy has written numerous publications and presented many papers at local and international conferences sponsored by the ASCE, ASME, ACI, the American Society for Testing and Materials, and the American Petroleum Institute. He has published many research papers and has authored many books about the assessment of concrete structure, advanced materials in concrete industry, structure reliability, total quality management, quality management and quality assurance, economic management for engineering projects, and repair and protection of reinforced concrete structures. He has made publications in the following link: www.amazon.com/author/elreedyma. He received his bachelor’s degree from Cairo University in 1990, his master’s degree in 1995, and his Ph. D from Cairo University in 2000.
Adel is a Project Manager at PSE who joined the industry in 1997 and has experience in diversified aspects of structural engineering analysis, design and management. In addition to a strong technical base and natural structural curiosity, he has a large amount of field experience, which gives him a unique understanding into the total project cycle and needs. He started attending Graduate program at the University of North Florida in January 2011. He also attended graduate program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in August 2012. He received his PhD in Structural Engineering in Dec. 2014.
Joining PSE in 2015, Mr. Elfayoumy has worked on a diverse range of projects including commercial, residential, bridges, cables structures, membrane structures and bamboo houses. His many years of professional experience instilled in him the passion and ability to solve unique challenges and collaboration with coworkers and clients.
In addition to a strong technical base and natural structural curiosity, he has a large amount of field experience, which gives him a unique understanding into the total project cycle and needs. Adel is passionate about structural engineering and creating innovative solutions that work for all: structurally, architecturally, constructability, economically, and ultimately the owner and end-user.
His academic background and structural engineering experience prepared him to be an effective key person in PSE.
A Single-Story residence of 11,246 sq.ft. It includes Insulated Concrete forms (ICF) wall building. Roof is a light deck concrete floor joist 24” O.C apart. Internal partition is light gage stud wall. Patio was covered by light metal deck supported on red iron HSS sections.
This project is 3-story building dwelling of 30,685 sq.ft.
The project is mainly made of LGS floor truss 16” O.C joists and LGS roof trusses 24” apart. Columns varies between LGS box columns and red iron (hot rolled) sections.
This is a single-story dwelling of 1,620 sq.ft.
Single story building with wood stud wall exterior and interior walls and pre-engineered wood truss roof (by others).
4- Johnson Controls, City of Charleston, SC (April – June 2018)
This is a pool enclosure of 17,239 sq.ft. Swimming pool (86’x187’) and Entrance (24’x55’). The project is mainly to cover a public swimming pool with an 86’@6’ O.C aluminum frame truss and another set of 55’@6’ O.C aluminum truss frames for the entrance.
5- 120-ft steel dome, Temporary Event, Las Vegas, NV (2019)
I developed a FEM using RISA3D to simulate steel dome struts, 2 vestibules single entrance tunnel.
Experience includes, but not limited to the following:
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Roger is a Draftsman with understanding of civil engineering and surveying principles. He graduated from the Oregon Institute of Technology with an A.A. and a 3.29 cumulative GPA. Roger then joined the team at PSE. Rogers experience includes analyzing and designing of structural component systems under the supervision of a licensed engineer. Roger has also done architectural design and drafting.
Roger specializes in Stick Frame Structures. Since working with PSE he has designed hundreds of stick frame structures such as pole barns. He has also done some work with ODOT and some residential homes as well, all while under the supervision of a licensed engineer.
Ralph started attending the Oregon Institute of Technology in September of 2000. Once Graduated from OIT with a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering in 2005, Mr. Hall joined PSE Consulting Engineers, Inc.. Mr. Hall specializes in Dome structures and custom residential homes.
Mr. Hall developed the structural design of many residential and commercial structures commonly beginning from architectural drawings. The typical tasks he completes during the design process include developing framing plans, lateral (wind and seismic) analysis and design, vertical and horizontal member design, foundation design and the development of detail drawings. His life experience in the construction industry allows him to develop structural designs that not only meet the code requirements but also are actually build-able by those in the construction industry.
Francis graduated from Luzon University with a B.S. in Architecture in 1985. After Francis graduated he began working for the Department of Public Works and Highways. He continued to work there until 2001. In 2003 Francis began working for Northwest Design and Restoration as a Drafter until 2005. In 2005 Francis made the transition to Pacific West Architecture Inc. He continued to work there until 2008 when he made the move to Acme West Co. Inc. He worked there until 2011. In 2015 Francis became part of the PSE team.
Francis specializes in planning and designing and is responsible for turning dreams into reality. Francis has provided PSE with some outstanding design plans since he has been with us and he is a great addition to the team.
Brian attended the Oregon Institute of Technology and graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in 2013. He then became part of the PSE Consulting Engineers, Inc. team and has been with PSE since. Over the 2 years Brian has been with PSE his skills have evolved and he has started taking on more projects and the type of projects he engineers has broadened.
Brian’s tasks include lateral (wind and seismic) analysis and design, vertical and horizontal member design, foundation design, drawing and developing structural drawings and details. All the aforementioned work was done under the supervision of a licensed engineer. Brian is skilled in several computer programs such as, AutoCAD, RISA 3D, RISA Foot, Woodworks Office, and Microsoft Office.
Although Brian does pretty much any type of project you could want, he specializes in Earth Bag homes and “Green buildings”. Since working with PSE, Brian has been involved in numerous different types of projects including large scale projects such as churches. He has also been involved with smaller scale projects such as Treehouses, Yurts, and round homes.
Vik earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering at SV University in Tirupati, India. After graduating, Vik worked at Akruti Architects in India from 1990-1996. After leaving Akruti he joined Srinivasa Construction and was there until 1997. He then began working at Peninsular Pertotech in Qatar. After working there he then went to Al Ghafly General contractors for a year and following that worked with M/S Associates until 2002. In 2007 Vik joined the team at Precision and has been here ever since.
Vik is a licensed engineer in India. He has 12 years of professional experience in Civil engineering. Since then, Vik designed and detailed many Residential buildings (conventional wood & log structures), Aluminum structures, light gauge steel buildings ( Aeropostale stores, Haiti earthquake reconstruction) ,commercial buildings, Red-iron steel buildings ( Hangers for Army, Air & Naval bases), churches and tree houses under supervision of a licensed engineer.
Vik does several different kinds of projects however, he specializes in Log Homes and Tiny Homes. Since he began working with PSE he has engineered hundreds of Log Homes, and dozens of Tiny Homes. He has also done several commercial buildings as well as awnings and canopies.