Amir has extensive knowledge and project experience on pavement engineering, research, management, and infrastructure data collection projects, such as nondestructive and destructive testing of pavements, automated and manual pavement condition surveys, and structural inspections of bridges, retaining walls, culverts, and transit stations. He has been involved with a variety of infrastructure projects, including airports, highways, roads, parking lots, bridges, and pavement management systems.
As a result of his specialized skill set, Amir has also presented at industry conferences throughout Canada and the United States. Most recently, he presented at the 2012 Annual Conference of the Transportation Association of Canada on the use of advanced Pavement Engineering concepts and Non Destructive Testing of Pavements. He also submitted a paper on his use of a decision making matrix on a recent project at the 2010 International Conference on Pavement Preservation in Newport Beach, California.