Mohammed manages HydroTech’s Civil Group in New York, performing services nationally and internationally. He provides expertise in water resource, master-plan engineering, site analysis and design, floodplain and flood control studies and design, infrastructure assessment and design, hydrologic and hydraulic analysis, modeling and design, stormwater management analysis and design, geotechnical engineering, climate change analysis and design, green/grey infrastructure, sustainability analysis and design, preparation of construction documents, basis of design reports, CSO reduction studies, hydraulic structures, sewer and water mains design and environmental engineering and permitting.
Mohammed has almost two decades of experience working for a range of clients including FEMA, USACE, New York State, New York City, and other states, cities, local and international governments. Prior to joining HydroTech, Mohammed was a lead engineer at Dewberry Engineers Inc. where ge has managed multi-disciplinary teams consisting of a variety of engineering consultants and contractors on multi- million-dollar projects for clients such as NYCEDC, NYCDEP, NYCDDC, NYCDOE, NYCDPR and NYCHA. He is well versed with local, federal, state, and international design guidelines. He also has experience working with developers, architects, construction contractors, design subcontractors, and various regulatory agencies and utility service companies.
Mohammed has also worked on projects in New York, New Jersey, Virginia, Jordan, Qatar, UAE, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia and he is actively involved in national and international technical committees of professional engineering communities.