Mohamad Hussein, P.E.

Executive Director of Global Industry Relations

Mohamad Hussein, P.E.

Mohamad Hussein, P.E. is Executive Director of Global Industry Relations for Pile Dynamics and GRL Engineers.  He previously managed GLR’s Florida office from 1987 to 2023. In his 30+ years of association with the pioneers of foundation testing and analysis, he has worked on more than 1000 deep foundation projects in 35 States in the USA and 20 countries. He has consulted on more than 300 bridge projects of all sizes in the State of Florida and conducted state-of-the-art research on deep foundations in association with Departments of Transportation (DOTs) and Universities.

He frequently organizes educational courses and seminars on deep foundations, including directing the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Continuing Education Course: Deep Foundations Design, Construction, and Quality Control. He also trains engineers, contractors, and the State DOTs on foundation testing and analysis, frequently co-edits conference proceedings and books and has more than 80 papers, articles, book chapters, and presentations on the subject.

Mohamad is a member of the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, ASCE, National Society of Professional Engineers, Florida Engineering Society, Deep Foundations Institute, American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM), Precast Concrete Institute, Pile Driving Contractors Association (PDCA), International Association of Foundation Drilling (ADSC) and others. He has chaired several technical committees of these organizations, most notably the Deep Foundations Committee of the ASCE’s Geo- Institute.

Mohamad is the recipient of the 2010 Florida Geotechnical and Materials Engineering Council Award, and the 2011 PDCA Professional Engineer Award. He has achieved Expert level on the PDCA/PDI Dynamic Measurement and Analysis Proficiency Test and on the Foundation QA High Strain Dynamic Pile Testing examination and is a Registered Professional Engineer in the states of Florida, Louisiana, Ohio, Alabama, New Jersey and Mississippi.