Prof. Mo Ehsani, president and CEO of Tucson-based QuakeWrap Inc. and a pioneer in the application of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP), has been awarded life-member status by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
The prestigious recognition is awarded to civil engineers who have made a lifetime commitment to ASCE and the civil engineering profession by maintaining an active membership for the full length of their professional career. Ehsani has been an ASCE member since his days as a young civil engineering student at the University of Michigan, then as a faculty member at the University of Arizona.
Ehsani is Centennial Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering at the University of Arizona, and his engineering services company, QuakeWrap, has been specializing in structural repairs using fiber reinforced polymer since the 1990s. QuakeWrap is currently celebrating its 25th year of infrastructure repair innovations, with unique repairs completed all around the globe.
Ehsani is a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Concrete Institute (ACI). A past director of the Arizona Chapter of ACI, Ehsani has served as president of the Structural Engineers Association of Arizona. He is a registered professional engineer in multiple states including Arizona, California, Florida, Maryland and New York.
Dr. Ehsani has been featured on CNN, National Public Radio, the History Channel, and in other media, including Engineering News Record (ENR) for his expertise on strengthening of structures. Ehsani has developed several unique products for repair and retrofit of structures with FRP; these products are subject to a large number of pending U.S. and international patents. Some of these products can be viewed by clicking here.
About QuakeWrap Inc.
QuakeWrap Inc. is a leading provider of fiber reinforced polymer products and systems for structural restoration and retrofit. These innovative, proven products can be used in both new structure designs and as economical retrofit solutions. Restoring severely corroded structures, correcting construction errors, and increasing existing load capacity are just a few of the solutions we provide when traditional structural design methods will not solve your problems. QuakeWrap’s patented FRP products, including the adaptive PipeMedic® and PileMedic® systems, have rehabilitated and repaired structures worldwide, with award-winning results. Visit http://www.quakewrap.com/ for more information.