Mohammad Azarbayejani, Ph.D., P.E.

Senior Structural Engineer

Fields of Expertise:  



Professional Affiliations:

Structural Engineering; Design of Steel, Reinforced Concrete, Timber and Masonry, Prestressed and Post Tensioned Concrete Structures

Ph.D. Civil/Structural Engineering, University of New Mexico, 2009

MS Civil/Structural Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, 2005

BS Civil Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, 2002

Professional Engineer, TX

 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

American Concrete Institute (ACI)

Chi Epsilon, National Civil Engineering Honor Society

Dr. Azarbayejani has more than 10 years of structural engineering experience. Prior to joining QPEC in May 2019, he was professor at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (NMTech) and the University of Texas Rio Grande valley (UTRGV). He taught Structural Steel Design, Reinforced Concrete Design, Finite Element Analysis, Structural Analysis, Transportation Engineering and Highway Design. He has extensive knowledge of designing and analysis of buildings and bridges. 

Dr. Azarbayejani is highly skilled in several finite element modeling and structural design software including RISA 3D, SAP 2000, ANSYS, CONSPAN, ENERCALC, ETABS, SAFE, MATLAB and AutoCAD. He also has extensive knowledge of using design codes such as ACI 318, AISC, ASCE 7, IBC, AASHTO, PTI and NMDOT bridge design guidelines.

Project Experience with QPEC


La Vida Llena (Independent Living, Memory Care and Assisted Living)


US 285 over Black River (North Bound and South Bound bridges)

US 285 over Red Bluff Draw

US 285 over Delaware River