Senior Transportation Engineer
Nadeem has been working as a Senior Transportation Planner & Engineer since 1996. He graduated from California State University in 1993 with a Masters of Science, Transportation Engineering. He received a Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering in 1990 from NED University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi. Nadeem has been involved numerous transportation planning projects in Canada and overseas including Expo 2020 traffic planning studies in Dubai; traffic impact assessment and travel demand management for game-day event for Prairieland Park Soccer Stadium, Saskatoon; Canada and Winnipeg Sports Hospitality and Entertainment District (SHED) traffic simulation using VISSIM for Downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Nadeem joined Catterall & Wright in 2018 to work closely with clients, stakeholders, and multidisciplinary teams to develop comprehensive project strategies, performed thorough feasibility studies, conduct traffic analyses, and deliver cost-effective engineering designs. Nadeem specializes in the planning, design, and management of transportation systems, highways, and urban infrastructure thru Transportation Planning, Traffic Engineering, Modelling, and Project Management. As a Senior Transportation Engineer, Nadeem is well-versed in utilizing advanced modeling software and simulation tools to assess traffic flow, analyze safety measures, and evaluate the impact of proposed transportation changes. By integrating sustainable transportation practices, generating data-driven insights and considering the unique requirements of each project, Nadeem strives to create efficient and future-ready solutions.
Nadeem is a registered member with the Professional Engineer in the Province of Saskatchewan (APEGS) and Alberta (APEGA). He maintains a Permission to Consult in the field of Municipal Engineering and is a member of the Institute of Transportation Engineering (ITE). Nadeem actively participates in professional development activities and maintains a network of Transportation professionals to exchange knowledge and expertise. He has presented papers at conferences and workshops. As well as attends local, regional, and national conferences and workshops. He presented a research paper “Shockwave Dampening Techniques” in TAC-ITS Canada Joint Conference, Halifax, NS. The purpose of applying shockwave theory is to manage congestion by balancing out inflow and outflow of traffic at traffic bottlenecks.
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