Contact Information

Room no. 611
Department of Civil Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Dhaka 1000

Telephone: +880-2-8616833 Extn. 7944 (off), 7751 (res)
Fax: +880-2-9665639


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+880-2-8616833 Extn. 7944 (off), 7751 (res)


Advisory Services

  • Member, Structural Engineering Team for Updating of Bangladesh National Building Code 1993.
  • Member, Appraisal Committee formed to evaluate the technical feasibility of the construction strategy proposed to expedite the construction of 20 storied (+ 2 basements) reinforced concrete building complex for National Sports Council (NSC Tower) at Dhaka.
  • Member, Advisory Committee for rendering advices for construction of Bogra Medical College and 500-bed Hospital Complex at Bogra, Bangladesh. As per the architectural design, the project had 162,000 sq. meter area with an estimated cost of BDT 2130 million (equivalent to USD 36 million, approx).

  • Checking the vertical and lateral load carrying capacity of the 10m high steel structure designed for the soap pan of Unilever Bangladesh Limited (former Lever Brothers Bangladesh Limited), Kalurghat, Chittagong in accordance with the Bangladesh National Building Code (BNBC 1993).
  • Evaluate the extent of noise pollution at Padma Textile Mills, Narayangonj (1998); and at Apex Weaving and Finishing Mills, Gazipur (April 2002) to recommend the remedial measures.
  • Structural design of surface water treatment plant constructed at Rangamati in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh (July 2002).

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