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Hamed Hakim

Ph.D. student, Construction Management Program
Contact: hamedhakim@ufl.edu

Hamed Hakim is a Ph.D. student at the University of Florida and is working as a graduate research assistant at Powell Center for Construction & Environment. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering with an emphasis on Water Resources from Isfahan University of Technology and he has an M.S. in Construction Engineering Management from University of Florida. Since 2012, he has devoted his time to study and conduct research on green buildings and the sustainable built environment. Hamed has written case-study and paper publications on the status of Net-Zero Energy Schools and is developing this topic over the course of his Ph.D. Hamed has over three years of working experience as a project engineer in commercial building projects, as well as internships in the heavy civil construction.


https://www.cce.ufl.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/4.1.jpg Soheil Fathi

Ph.D. student, Construction Management Program
Contact: sfathi@ufl.edu

Soheil is currently a Ph.D. student at M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management. He joined Powell Center for Construction and Environment as a graduate research assistant in 2014. His current research interests lie in sustainable and Low / Net Zero Energy buildings, building energy simulation, and stochastic and real-time model predictive controls. He holds a M.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering from University of Florida and a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Iran University of Science and Technology. He is also pursuing a M.Sc. Degree in Information Systems and Operations Management at Warrington College of Business Administration. He has over three years of experience in residential, commercial, and heavy civil projects as civil engineer and assistant project manager. He is an active member of ASCE, SLX, and Chi Epsilon.


https://www.cce.ufl.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/7.1.jpg Shabnam Rumpf-Monadizadeh

Ph.D. student, Construction Management Program
Contact: shmonadizadeh@ufl.edu

Shabnam is pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Construction Management at the Rinker School of Construction Management. She joined the University of Florida and started her assistantship in the Powell Center for Construction and Environmental studies in the spring of 2014. Her current research is in the area of manufactured construction methods narrowed down towards sustainable green design supported by Dr. Charles J. Kibert whom she is also assisting to create a curriculum on “Manufactured Housing.” Shabnam holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Tehran, and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She has 14 years of experience in the field of architecture, design and construction in the Middle East, Canada, and Germany.


Mohamad Ahmadzade Razkenari

Ph.D. student, Construction Management Program
Contact: mahmadzade@ufl.edu

Mohamad is curently a Ph.D. student at M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management. In Fall 2015, he started working  as a research assistant at the Powell Center for Construction and Environment. His education background is in civil engineering and construction management. He got interested in sustainable construction and energy systems before joining the center. Now he is growing knowledge in sustainable construction related issues in this center. His recent activity is the modular construction that is a growing approach in the construction industry and is in dynamic interchange with sustainable construction.


Andriel Evandro Fenner

Master student, Construction Management Program
Contact: fenner@ufl.edu

Andriel is a master’s student at M.E. Rinker School of Construction Management. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering from Catholic University of Pelotas/Brazil. He received a fellowship from the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES), sponsored by the Brazilian Government. He joined the Powell Center for Construction & Environment in fall 2015. His major interests include net-zero technologies, green buildings and sustainable design approaches, and renewable energy. He worked as a trainee in several architectural ateliers in Brazil, assisting the conceptual development and execution of a wide range of projects, such as urban planning, family housings, shopping stores, interior design, and multi-story buildings.


Shirley N. Morque 

Ph.D. student, Construction Management Program
Contact: nellymorque@ufl.edu

Shirley is a current Ph.D. student in M.E. Rinker Sr. School of Construction Management. She joined the Powell Center for Construction and Environment as a graduate assistant in 2014. Her interest includes Energy efficiency measures in buildings, High performance buildings, Net zero and net positive buildings and overall sustainable energy use in buildings. The current focus of her research is reducing energy consumption in historical buildings on campus. She holds a Bachelor’s degree and a Postgraduate diploma in Architecture from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. Shirley’s 4 years of professional construction experience includes work as a project designer and engineering supervisor for a Mining company. She is an active member of PMI.


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Junghoon Woo

Ph.D. student, Construction Management Program
Contact: jhoon3037@ufl.edu

Junghoon Woo is a Ph.D. student at M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management. He began to work as a research assistant at the Powell Center for Construction and Environment in Fall 2016. He is interested in Net-Zero energy, Net-Zero water, Net-Zero maintenance cost in parks. Junghoon holds a Bachelor of Landscape architecture degree from the Seoul National University(SNU), a Master of Landscape architecture from the SNU and a MBA from the Korea University in South Korea. He has 13 years of experience in the field of Landscape architecture in Korea Racing Authority (horse racing authority) and participated in Busankyeongnam racecourse construction project, Yeongcheon racecourse design project, and Seoul racecourse maintenance projects in Korea.


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Sahil Motwani

Master student, Construction Management Program
Contact: sahil2014@ufl.edu

Sahil is currently a master’s student at M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management. He joined Powell Center for Construction and Environment in Summer 2016 as a master’s student and as a graduate research assistant from fall 2016. He has received his Bachelors of Architecture degree from India with 18 months of work experience under the various scale of projects. His interests in the field of sustainable construction, Net Zero, green buildings, high-performance green building delivery systems, manufactured and Modular construction started dwelling the moment he started his career in the construction industry. Sahil interned as an assistant project manager at a restoration project named ‘The Cotton Club’ in Gainesville, Florida during summer 2016. Hs is assisting Dr. Charles J. Kibert in several research projects but focusing on developing course manual for Tracking Technologies in Manufactured Construction (TRAMCON) and Site-Built Assembly manual for Manufactured Construction. Now his current focus lies in developing a methodology to quantify the waste generated in manufactured construction factories and ways to reduce them.  He is graduate student coordinator for USGBC Rinker student chapter.


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Maria Maldonado

Undegraduate student, Construction Management Program

Maria is currently an undergraduate student at M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management. She joined the Powell Center for Construction and Environment as a professorial assistant in 2016. Last year she interned for J. Raymond Construction working on Butler Plaza retail expansion Gainesville, FL. She also participates in the Associated General Contractors club as well as the LEED/Sustainable Building Club.

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