Pankaj Saharia of Shrewsbury is a Structural Engineer who possesses an impressive record of career achievement. He has more than 25 years of experience in the engineering industry. His entry into the field began in the early 1990’s upon his earning his Master of Science degree in Structural Engineering.
His dedication to his work is a trademark for which he has become known for. His contribution to the Transatlantic Program Center’s Overhead Coverage System in Iraq garnered high accolades from the US Army Corps of Engineers.
He is a member of a number of professional associations and organizations, including the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).
He has a number of hobbies as well as interests that occupy much of his spare time. Among his interests are international travel, world history, geography, golf, wild life in Africa (I.E., Serengeti National Park, Kruger National Park, etc.), and altruistic endeavors.
He is also an instrumental music enthusiast who mainly plays the electric guitar. He has continually built upon his competency with the instrument during his free time. According to Encyclopedia.com, the electric guitar has become one of the most significant instruments in music since its emergence in the early twentieth century. The predecessor of the electric guitar is the acoustic guitar.
Pankaj Saharia of Shrewsbury dabbles in instrumental music habitually and, over the years, he has deepened his knowledge, skill, and appreciation of the art form. He thoroughly enjoys spending the time he can spare growing as a guitarist.