Title: Director of Construction
Company: MRJF Consulting Inc.
Location: Walnut, California, United States
S. Michael Feroz, Director of Construction at MRJF Consulting Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in civil engineering.
Backed by 55-years of eminent experience in his industry, Mr. Feroz was first encouraged to spearhead a career in engineering by his father. Upon receiving a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Peshawar in Pakistan in 1964, he went on to attain a Master of Science in civil engineering from the California Institute of Technology in 1966. Today, Mr. Feroz excels as the director of construction for MRJF Consulting Inc., a role he first took on in 2015. In his position, he deals with construction management services in relation to transportation tunnels, water and wastewater conveyance tunnels and pipelines, among other projects, as well as works with the client in project review and preparation.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Feroz gained experience as a quality assurance manager with Seattle Tunnel Partners (DRAGADOS) and as a project executive with the Gilbane Building Company between 2010 and 2012. He had also been a deputy director of tunnel construction with Parsons from 2005 to 2010 and chief geotechnical engineering specialist at the Bechtel Corporation from 1972 to 1990, as well as went from office engineer to project engineer at LeRoy Crandall & Associates from 1966 to 1972. Additionally, Mr. Feroz has been a consultant through his firm, Michael Feroz Consulting since 1989.
A fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Mr. Feroz is also a member of the Society of Mining and Metals, as well as a diplomat of Geotechnical Engineering and Water Resources. To attest to his success, he was the recipient of the President of Pakistan Cash Award, a Gold Medal and a Fulbright Scholarship. Alongside these accolades, he considers his most notable achievement to be his work on the largest tunnel in Seattle, Washington, which was 64 feet in diameter, and the intake three tunnel in Denver, Colorado under Lake Mead. Mr. Feroz attributes his vast success to his early growth with the Bechtel Corporation.
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