Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Trenton-based enviro-engineering firm's new president

Lahbib Chibani, Ph.D., P.E., has been promoted to President of Sadat Associates, Inc., an environmental science and engineering consulting firm located in Trenton, NJ..

The former President of the company, Marwan M. Sadat, Ph.D., P.E., will now serve as the firm's Chief Executive Officer.

Dr. Chibani has been with SAI for 22 years, most recently as Senior Vice President of Engineering. He has provided both engineering and project management services for many of SAIs most successful projects, including the Jersey Gardens Mall brownfield redevelopment project in Elizabeth, NJ, and The Tides at Seaboard in North Wildwood, NJ.

The Jersey Gardens Mall project was awarded the USEPAs Phoenix Award in 2001 for Region II, and was ranked nationally. The Tides at Seaboard was awarded the 2003 Award for Excellence in the environmental category from the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.

Born in Morocco, Dr. Chibani has worked extensively both in the US and abroad, in countries as diverse as Algeria, the Ivory Coast, Mexico, Colombia, Yemen, Jordan, Tunisia, Morocco, Armenia, the West Bank, and Saudi Arabia. He has directed and/or managed a variety of environmental projects, in such diverse areas as solid waste, hazardous waste, bio-remediation, maritime pollution, and site planning and redevelopment. He has extensive experience in computer modeling of civil and environmental engineering processes and financial and institutional studies.

Dr. Chibani performed his post-doctoral studies at the Computational Mechanics Institute in the UK. He received his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois, his M.S. in Civil, Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering from Rutgers University, and his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Mohamed V University in Rabat, Morocco.

Founded in 1986 by former New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Assistant Commissioner Marwan M. Sadat, Ph.D., P.E., Sadat Associates handles a wide variety of environmental and civil engineering projects in the areas of geotechnical engineering, brownfield redevelopment, risk assessment, solid waste, landfill design and closure, hazardous waste, wastewater management and design, groundwater management, water supply design, air quality analysis, regulatory compliance, and dam safety.

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