Ibrahim is a Senior Consultant for Forensics, Restoration and Building Envelope in Walker’s New York office. Specializing in the evaluation, failure investigation, and repair of structures, his experience includes condition assessment of buildings, effects of adjacent construction, diagnosis of construction and design defects, evaluation of building components, stairs and other walking surfaces for compliance with applicable building codes and standards, and evaluation of construction sites for site safety measures.
Ibrahim has more than 19 years of experience in the assessment and repair design of structural systems and has developed repair techniques for masonry, concrete and steel members. He often utilizes state-of-the-art computer modeling to determine the behavior of complex structural systems under extreme loading.
Ibrahim has authored over 20 publications in refereed journals and conference proceedings. He has been a speaker at several meetings and conferences.
PhD, Structural Engineering and Biomechanics, Cornell University
Master of Science, Structural Engineering, Middle East Technical University
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Middle East Technical University
- American Society of Civil Engineers/Structural Engineering Institute
- American Society of Civil Engineers/Metropolitan Forensic Engineering Group
- American Concrete Institute
- American Institute of Steel Construction