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Natural Ventilation: An event in New York by Iranian-American Society of Architects and Engineers

Source: Iranian-American Society of Architects and Engineers (IASAE)

Introducing Iranian- American Architect/Engineer of Quarter

Natural Ventilation: an Architectural tool for sustainable design in the past and the present.
Presented by: Mr. Mashiyat Ashraf, RA, AIA, LEED AP
Principal Architect, New York City Transit

Mr. Mashiyat Ashraf

Mashiyat is a graduate of the Fine Art Faculty of Teheran University. His work has taken him to England, India before relocating to US.

At present he is the Principal Architect at the Architectural Department of Capital Program Management (CPM) of MTA/NYCT. He is in charge of in-house architectural staff working with various program areas. He has been with MTA since spring of 2008.

Prior to MTA, for 7 years, he had been with Parsons Brinckerhoff firm a world wide engineering and program management company. As the design and quality control manager he has worked, on various Program Management Contracts and the implementation of Green Design initiatives for Schools in Newark NJ.

He has also been a design manager at the New York City School Construction Authority for 10 years; working on various design and delivery methods to provide new seats for the rapid expansion of New York City Schools.

Prior to immigrating to US, for 7 years, he collaborated with Fariburz Sahba on the design and construction of Baha'i Temple (Lotus Temple) in England and India.

Date: January 22, 2010, 6:00PM to 8:00PM

Location: The City College of New York
160 Convent Avenue, New York, NY 10031
At North Academic Center (NAC)
Faculty Dining Room
Dinner will be served

Members $20
Non-member $25

Iranian- American Society of Architects and Engineers (IASAE) in NY:

For more information, please contact Mr. Hossein Azadfar:

Mission Statement

Advancement and promotion of the Iranian-American Architects and Engineers


  • To provide networking opportunities among Iranian- American Technical Professional Community.
  • To support and encourage members toward professional advancement and achievement.
  • To promote the understanding and involvement of members in the industry policies, workplace politics and management.

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