Pankaj Saharia of Shrewsbury has been making quite a name for himself as a structural engineer. Originally from a small state named Assam in the Northeast part of India, he came to America to seek a post-graduate education. From a US university he received his Master’s Degree in Structural Engineering. Shortly after that, he became a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, as well as the United States Green Building Council. He has also helped to create a scholarship program for high school seniors, and also received an award from the US Army Corps of Engineers for his design efforts in Iraq.
He is a man that is on a mission to make the world a better and brighter place. He believes that structural engineering is one avenue to help make the world more peaceful, lively, and livable.
Being an engineer with the same dedication and drive as Pankaj Saharia requires experience. It is also good to pick up a few tips and tricks along the way by studying when you can. For instance, when making a nestable deck, there are ways to reinforce the structure. Cenews.com’s article “Ten Tips to Secure Good Design” offers this advice about nestable decks: “Nestable deck positioning can be adjusted on the project site to compensate for slight misalignments that may occur during layout. Steel deck manufacturing tolerances may also result in slightly different dimensions between manufacturers.”
Pankaj Saharia Shrewsbury is dedicated to his title as Project Manager. He leads a team of well-qualified, well-experienced professionals.