PhD, P.Eng., CEA, CPHD, CEM, LEED® AP BD+C | Associate
Nationally sought for his deep knowledge of building performance, specifically for designing high performance buildings aligned with contemporary energy standards, Mohammad is a leader in building energy modelling. Building Energy Modelling is a versatile, multipurpose tool that can aid in design-stage decision-making, to show code compliance, to achieve green building certification and to help inform policy and code development.
Mohammad leads the energy modelling team at RJC. Graduating as a mechanical engineer and working alongside building enclosure engineers, Mohammad has a unique approach for each project – bridging mechanical and enclosure strategies to meet energy and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reduction targets. He has completed energy modelling and airtightness testing for hundreds of existing buildings and new construction. He has extensive experience in designing high-performance building enclosure systems aligned with the BC Energy Step code, NECB, and Toronto Green Building Standard.
Mohammad completed his Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering) degree at AmirKabir University of Technology and his Masters at the University of Tehran. At Simon Fraser University, he completed his PhD in Applied Science. In addition to his project work, Mohammad contributes to his field through research, presentations and publications.
- Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC)
- Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)
- Natural Resource Canada (NRCan)
- Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant, International Passive House Association
- Canada Green Building Council (CAGBC)