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               Rami Y. Moussa is currently in his fifth and final year of the architectural engineering undergraduate program at The Pennsylvania State University.  Rami will graduate in May, 2011 with a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering, specializing in mechanical building systems. Upon graduating he will acquire EIT status.

               Working with his father's general contracting company through childhood, Rami was exposed to the building world at a very early age.  Because of this, he developed a passion for the profession.  For three of the first four summers after graduating high school in 2006, Rami worked for a larger general contracting company, CWC Builders, Inc. in Newton, MA.  Working on site as assistant to the superintendent, then in the main office as assistant to a project manager, and finally as the Autodesk Revit modeler and coordinator, Rami gained a great deal of experience in the management side of construction.  In the summer of 2010 he was introduced to the mechanical system design business while working for Syska Hennessy Group in Cambridge, MA.  With Syska Hennessy Group, Rami was able sharpen valuable skills including energy modeling, building surveying, and system design.

               Through Rami’s college career he has been involved in two student and professional organizations.  He has held officer positions in the Student Society of Architectural Engineers (SSAE) affiliated with the Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) and is a student member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers.

For a copy of Rami Y. Moussa’s résumé click here.

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