Mohammed T. Lutfi Joins AEW Team
Posted on February 15, 2021
AEW is pleased to announce that Mohammed T. Lutfi has joined our firm.
Mohammed earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Civil Engineering at Wayne State University, and is also a Professional Engineer (PE-Civil), and Professional Traffic Operation Engineer (PTOE).
He brings a wealth of experience to our firm that he earned during his more than 30 years of service in both public and private settings, including 26 years as a traffic engineer for the Road Commission of Oakland County.
Mohammed is experienced in traffic engineering, roadway design, and project management, including traffic operations and modeling/simulation. He has managed and prepared corridor studies, traffic impact analysis, signal warrant studies, traffic signal plans and design and troubleshooting with the Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System (SCATS). Other traffic related work includes providing details for signal components, alignment of ADA with pedestrian push buttons, traffic signal coordination, site access and crash analysis.
He has worked on many DOT and local agency projects including complex urban freeways, rural highways, intersections and modern roundabout design. His roadway experience includes signal studies, signal design, geometric design, roundabout design, construction staging and sequencing, signing and pavement markings.
He has also managed construction roadway projects and prepared plans, specifications and estimates, as well as feasibility studies and scoping documents. He is also proficient in Traffic Engineering Software and Modeling, including CORSIM, Synchro, Sim Traffic, HCS, VISSIM, Sidra, Rodel and SignCAD.
Mohammad will join our Traffic Team in providing full-service Traffic Engineering expertise to our municipal and private client base.
AEW is a leading design firm providing civil engineering, architecture, geographic information systems (GIS), consulting and surveying services to municipal, institutional and private clients since our founding in 1968.