Ash Sadek, PE President
Ashraf Sadek, PE, Intl Assoc.AIA
Mr. Sadek is a licensed professional Engineer in the State of Wisconsin, an International Associate member of the American Institute of Architects, and a licensed architect with the Egyptian Syndicate of Engineers.
In 1994 he received a Master degree in Construction Management from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA. He also holds a Bachelor degree in Architecture from the University of Cairo, Egypt.
Mr Sadek has Over 30 years of national and international experience in construction industry including: architectural design, civil engineering, interior design, construction management, contract administration, specification writing, planning and scheduling, cost estimating, budgeting, computer graphics and programming, inspection, facilities and infra structure assessment, remodeling, and Operation and Maintenance (OM). Two years experience in construction management research, (VE) value engineering, constructability, (TQM) total quality management, and operability and maintainability
Mr. Sadek was the chief architect for the State of Wisconsin – DOC for five years. He participated in the design of many correctional facilities: Milwaukee Probation and Parole, Winnebago County Justice Center, IL, Elliot County Medium Security Prison, KY, New Lisbon, WI, Dane County Courthouse, WI, Red Granite Correctional Institution, Racine Youthful Offenders facility, Prairie Du Chien Correctional institution Segregation building, and many other correctional facilities in Wisconsin.
Mr Sadek was honored on 2005 with the audience’s “Most Outstanding Contributor” for his Design/Build seminar for the Jack Miller Network. Although a first-time speaker with the network, Ashraf impressed the audience with his 4 hour presentation about Design/Build, an increasingly popular project delivery method.
Founded in 1987, the Jack Miller Network is a unique group of professional contractors that has grown to over 600 member firms in 49 states and Canada, representing an annual construction volume of over $20 billion dollars. Members gather formally twice a year to practice “win-win sharing” of their experiences, technical knowledge.