Kazi Hassan Named Delaware Valley Young Engineer of the Year

Kazi Hassan Named Delaware Valley Young Engineer of the Year

Philadelphia, PA– Kazi Hassan, PE, was selected by the Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia as the 2017 Delaware Valley Young Engineer of the Year. Hassan has been with Pennoni, a multi-discipline engineering consulting firm, for 11 years and currently works asa transportation project engineer having worked on many of the region’s landmark projects, which include the Vine Street Expressway Bridge Rehabilitation, the University Avenue Concept Plan, the Navy Yard Master Plan, and the I-95 Cottman-Princeton Interchange. He holds professional engineering licenses in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

In addition to his professional credentials, Hassan is an active member of the community. He has played an integral role in such programs as the Younger Members Forum (YMF) in Philadelphia and helped to start Pennsylvania’s 1st Civil Engineering ClubTM at Chester A. Arthur School (CAA) in South Philadelphia, a national STEM initiative by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) to educate students on engineering. He also recently accepted a course instruction position through Drexel University for a PE Exam Preparatory program, which runs from October 2016 through March 2017.

Hassan has received several recognitions for his hard work; in 2014, he was awarded the “Young Civil Engineer of the Year” by the Philadelphia Section of ASCE and was also recognized as the “Top 40 under 40 Transportation Professional” by the Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association.  Read more about Hassan and his accomplishments here: http://www.dvewc.org/2017-delaware-valley-young-engineer-of-the-year-kazi-m-hassan-pe/.

Additional Media: Philadelphia Business Journal Interview

In addition to being recognized by the Engineers' Club of Philadelphia, Hassan recently had an interview published in a full page spread in the Philadelphia Business Journal. Read the interview here.

About the DVYEOY Award

Each nominee must be 35 years of age or under prior to January 1 the year the award is presented and hold a degree in engineering from a college or university having an accredited curriculum. The nominee must demonstrate leadership capabilities and have made a recognized contribution to the Engineering Profession. An extremely important part of the judging is also based on the candidate’s contribution and participation in charitable, civic, and technical affairs.