Alumni Ahmed Abdelrazaq elected into the National Academy of Engineering

February 09, 2022
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The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) announced today that Civil Engineering Alumni Ahmad Abdelrazaq (B.S. Civil Engineering 1984, M.S. CE 1986) was among the 111 new members and 22 foreign members to be elected into the academy in 2022. The induction showcases the prestigious achievements of Abdelrazaq who received both his bachelor's and master's degrees from UT Austin. Abdelrazaq was inducted into the Academy of Distinguished Alumni in 2009.

As the senior executive vice president of the Highrise Building and Structural Engineering Divisions at Samsung C&T Corporation, Abdelrazaq is a leading innovator in the civil engineering field. His work includes the Burj Khalifa, currently the tallest building in the world, and Jumeriah Gardens in Dubai, and the Samsung HQ, Inchon Tower, Korean World Trade Center and the Yongsan Landmark Tower in Seoul.

See UT News for more information on all of UT's affiliated inductees.