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About YPF

About YPF
The branch’s goals:
The branch of the Young Professionals works in the framework of the policies laid by the Society’s management committee and the branch’s general assembly toward the goals which are:
1 – Facilitate cooperation for its members in the current affairs of the Society in order to improve their positions
2 – Bring innovative expansions to the current array of the Society’s expertise and to provide beneficial designs in order to ensure more efficiency in the mentioned expansions
3 – Advance the knowledge level of the Young Professional Managers
4 – Improve the position of the Young Professionals and the IRSCE domestically and internationally
5 – Improve research and development in the IRSCE
6 – Accomplish today’s advanced technological and technical knowledge within the capacities of cultural, social, natural and economic conditions
7 –Carry out necessary activities to maintain the proper relations among the members and other domestic and international associations
8 – Extend the ethical code of consulting engineers

History
The founding of FIDIC’s Young Professionals branch was what ignited the foundation of Young Professional Managers branch in the IRSCE. This was to relieve the reservations which regarded the next generation of managers in the field of consulting engineering; the generation which in the future will be in charge of the Society and the continuity of its achievements.
The strategic review done by FIDIC on the condition of Consulting Engineering firms globally, points out the utmost important issues of these firms as follows:
Globalization, providing services with a global quality, the lack of infrastructures, the unloading of state’s responsibilities onto the private sector, risk management, the issues of the development of a firm, low salaries, competing in regards of prices, the need for sustainability and etc.
Attaining these goals necessitates time and investment. Globalization and providing services with a global quality are of paramount importance and therefore, in order to be able to compete at an international level in 10 to 15 years, required preparations should be made as follows:
Capacity building, merger of smaller firms to make bigger and more competent firms, establish subspecialty firms and etc.
The key role of the young professionals is clarified here. These managers and CEO’s are the ones in the 10 to 15 year vision, who should join the globalization wave and compete on the international level.
The young professionals branch is one of the sectors of the IRSCE which is comprised of the managers and the stakeholders of the firms which are members of the Society.

The temporary executive board (February 15th 2005)
1 – ShaghayeghSahrayian from Ramab consulting engineers
2 – ShervinMomtahen from Moshar Ab consulting engineers
3 – HomaHasaneyn from Nargan consulting engineers
4 – ManouchehrAzizi from Atec consulting engineers
5 – Ehsan Ardakanian from Ramp consulting engineers
6 – Amir Arabshahi from Development and Revival of Water Sources consulting engineers
7 – Amir FarahiShandiz from Iran Industrial Design consulting engineers
Alternate Members:
1 – Nader ShokoofiMoghimian from Tavan consulting engineers
2 – AmiraliFakhrSamadi from Mosharaconsulting engineers

First Term Executive board (July 13th 2005)
1 – ShervinMomtahen from Mosharabconsulting engineers
2 - Amir FarahiShandiz from Iran Industrial Design consulting engineers
3 - ManouchehrAzizi from Atec consulting engineers
4 - Nader ShokoofiMoghimian from Tavan consulting engineers
5 - AmiraliFakhrSamadi from Moshara consulting engineers
6 – NimaZolriasateyn from Ramab consulting engineers
7 – Behrouz Tajik from Nargan consulting engineers
Alternate Members:
1 - Amir Arabshahi from Development and Revival of Water Sources consulting engineers
2 – Reza Kimiyayi from Arya PishroGharn consulting engineers

Second Term Executive Board (July 11th 2007)
1 - ManouchehrAzizi from Atec consulting engineers
2 - AmiraliFakhrSamadi from Moshara consulting engineers
3 – ZohrehRivkani from Madankav consulting engineers
4 – Amir RoshanHesami from GostareshShargh Rah consulting engineers
5 – Amin Sarayizadeh from Tarh-e-Noandishan consulting engineers
6 – LiyaFarivar Sadri from Sharestanconsulting engineers
7 – MahsaGhoreyshi from Shoraconsulting engineers

Alternate Members:
1 – ShayanMoeen from Sanayeconsulting engineers
2 – AlirezaSeyfi from Narganconsulting engineers

Inspector and Alternate Inspector:
1 - Amir FarahiShandiz from Iran Industrial Design consulting engineers
2 – Mohammad Ali Asadi from Moj Ab Fan consulting engineers

Third Term Executive Board (July 15th 2007)
1 - AlirezaSeyfi from Nargan consulting engineers
2 - Nader ShokoofiMoghimian from Tavan consulting engineers
3 – KhorshidYaghmayi from Tavan Ab consulting engineers
4 – Mohammad Reza Shafahi from Goonehshenasi-Bana consulting engineers
5 – ShayanMoeen from Sanaye consulting engineers
6 – BabakFarhadi from MoshaverPooyab consulting engineers
7 – VahidJafariTashan from Seatac consulting engineers

Alternate Members:
1 – Mohsen Erfani from Bastian Sazeh consulting engineers
2 – ElhamMahinRoosta from Bavand consulting engineers

Inspector and Alternate Inspector:
1 – ManouchehrAzizi from Atec consulting engineers
2 – AlirezaSohrabi from Sazeh Ab Shafagh consulting Engineers

Fourth Term Executive Board
1 - Nader ShokoofiMoghimian from Tavan consulting engineers
2 - Mohammad Reza Shafahi from Goonehshenasi-Bana consulting engineers
3 – ShahramSandiani from Hezar Rah consulting Engineers
4 - VahidJafariTashan from Seatac consulting engineers
5 – Ali Kabiri from Kurit Kara consulting engineers
6 – Reza Rasooli from Namvaran consulting engineers

Alternate Members:
1 - Mohsen Erfani from Bastian Sazeh consulting engineers
2 – AtaollahAbdolghafari from Negar Andish consulting engineers

Inspector and Alternate Inspector:
1 – ManouchehrAzizi from Atec consulting engineers
2 – Ehsan Mani from Pars Jooyab consulting engineers


Fifth Term Executive Board (December 3rd 2013)
1 - Reza Rasooli from Namvaran consulting engineers
2 – MandanaCont from Cont& Associates consulting engineers
3 – ArashEmambakhsh from Kahanroba consulting engineers
4 – ShahramSandiani from Hezarrah consulting engineers
5 – SasanKarbasizadeh from SanjeshEmkanTarh consulting engineers
6 – Ali KabiriJahanabadi from Kurit Kara consulting engineers
7 – MiladGhoreyshi from Shora consulting engineers

Alternate Members:
1 – AmirrezaMoeeni from Nargan consulting engineers
2 – AtaollahAbdolghafari from Negar AndishNovin consulting engineers

Inspectors:
1 –Amir Arya Zand from Rahab consulting engineers
2 – Mehdi Razavi from Kurit Kara consulting engineers



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