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AMIR ASHTARI JOINS WGI IN DALLAS OFFICE


December 2017

Amir Ashtari, WGIWGI is pleased to announce that Amir Ashtari joined the firm’s Parking Solutions Division as a project engineer in its Dallas office.  

Amir has experience in the analysis, design, and implementation of steel and concrete structures. He is a registered Engineer In Training (EIT) and holds a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Southern Methodist University. He is an active member of the American Concrete Institute, American Society of Civil Engineers, and the Structural Engineers’ Association of Texas.

ABOUT WGI

As a multidisciplinary consulting firm, WGI has 14 offices in six states, serving an active client base in over 30 states with the addition of its 12th division, Parking Solutions, alongside its specialization in the following disciplines: Land Development/Municipal Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Surveying and Mapping, Subsurface Utility Engineering, Structures, Water Resources, Landscape Architecture, Environmental Sciences, Architecture, Land Planning, and Creative Services. The Zweig Group ranked WGI #4 on its 2017 Hot Firms list and #23 on the 2017 Best Firms to Work For list. In 2017, WGI ranked #2195 on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. South Florida Business Journal ranked WGI #37 in its 2016 Florida Fast 100 (encompassing the entire state), #60 in the region’s 2016 Top 100 Private Companies, #10 on its 2016 Top 25 Engineering Firms, as well as #16 in the $25M and over category as a 2017 “Fast 50” Honoree from the same publication. In 2017, WGI ranked #252 on the ENR’s list of the Top 500 Design Firms and ranked #22 in ENR’s Top Southeast Design Firms of 2017. For more information, please visit www.wginc.com .

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