Syed M. Shoaib joins Klein and Hoffman to advance the structural team

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Klein and Hoffman (K&H), a Chicago architectural restoration and structural engineering firm, has announced that Syed M. Shoaib has joined the company as an associate. Shoaib is a senior structural engineer with more than 17 years of experience in the construction industry, the practice says in a news release.

His accomplishments include Tivoili Towers (Philadelphia, PA), Resorts Hotel and Casino (Atlantic City, NJ), Coca-Cola distribution center (South River, NJ), Hyundai Motors (Cranbury, NJ), Taplin Auditorium (Princeton, NJ), and Jeddah, Madinah and Makkah power plants (KSA). He has conducted numerous studies in Lahore, Pakistan. Shoaib has worked with numerous clients on value engineering, peer reviews and design/analysis from preliminary design to final design. Shoaib’s engineering experience includes prior roles at Dutchland, Inc.; Applied Engineering and Technology; MFS, Inc.; Bin Tami Group of Companies and National Logistics Cell Engineers.

“Syed M. Shoaib’s expertise in concrete, structural steel, masonry and timber are ideal for our structural investigations and condition assessment surveys, in addition, to his other research studies and experience,” said Jon Boyd, K&H’s chief executive officer. “He will be an asset to our company and clients.”

Shoaib’s specialty is design and construction of pre-stressed precast concrete, cast in place concrete and structural steel. Also, he has performed structural design and analyzed a wide scope of projects that comprise masonry and stone, timber, steel and concrete.

Shoaib received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, with highest honors, from University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore in 1998. He is a registered professional engineer in Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

K&H  was founded in 1953 and provides architectural restoration and structural engineering services on a national basis. K&H is dedicated to the restoration of buildings and committed to honoring the architectural heritage of buildings and promoting safe, sustainable structures.

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