Sherin Khoygani

Civil Engineer I/Transportation Engineer

Sector: Civil Engineering

Member Since, May 9, 2024

Open To Work

  • I am open to relocating to
    Australia
  • I am open to working remotely Yes
  • I am open to being contacted by employers and recruiters Yes

About Me

As a passionate, self-proclaimed community builder, I’ve utilized my time at UCLA building bridges (both literally and figuratively) within communities. I’ve worked as a Field Engineer and Project Engineer at PCL Construction where I assisted in overseeing the construction process of the future LA 2028 Olympic village and UCLA University Apartments, Gayley Heights, as well as on the Los Angeles Chargers Training Facility project. As President of the largest collegiate Iranian Student Organization and a founding member of the UCLA Middle Eastern Student Association, I’ve always strived to create safe spaces for people within or interested in the culture.
Currently, I am working with AECOM as a Transportation Engineer on projects impacting my hometown of Sacramento, CA. I am growing and learning a lot about the industry and cannot be happier with my team! This experience will hopefully cement (haha) a strong foundation (haha) for my future in the field.
Ultimately, my aim is to help underserved communities grow and provide access to the tools necessary for them to succeed.

 

Education

  • Bachelor's degree, Civil Engineering (2018 - 2022) UCLA

Work & Experience

  • AECOM (2023 - Present ) Civil Engineer I/Transportation Engineer

  • PCL Construction (2022 - 2023 ) Project Engineer II

  • UCLA Residential Life Learning Centers (2020 - 2022 ) Resident Assistant

    -Developed an inclusive community among residents, maximizing positive resident interactions -Mediated and provided conflict resolution in a professional and timely manner -Offered guidance, advice, and resources to acclimating residents

  • Project Drawdown (2021 - 2021 ) Drawdown Scholar- Nuclear Engineering Research Assistant

    -Conducted literature reviews regarding advanced nuclear microreactor technology -Collected and analyzed data which was compiled into weekly progress reports -Presented findings on nuclear microreactors and their advantages to developing countries at conferences -Attended professional development and career seminars

  • CDM Smith (2021 - 2021 ) Environmental Engineering Intern

    -Assisted senior project managers with proposal and contract writing as well as business development activities -Worked through municipal and provincial approval processes for components of land development/transportation projects -Reviewed and revised technical reports for submission to project management -Maintained and updated project paperwork on a regular basis

  • PCL Construction (2020 - 2020 ) Field Engineer Intern

    -Documented and monitored daily progress reports of the project to ensure conformance to design specifications and safety standards. -Prepped and posted product data/shop drawing submittals as well as requests for information (RFIs) to architect, structural engineer, and owner -Tracked and created concrete pour, first work inspection, and pre-wall close-up checklists as well as documented issues throughout the site on BIM 360 Field

  • UCLA Residential Life Learning Centers (2019 - 2020 ) Programing Assistant

    -Managed the social media pages for the buildings to inform residents of upcoming events, resources, professional opportunities, etc. -Planned and organized large-scale, building-wide events for all Hill residents -Worked alongside Resident and Assistant Resident Directors, Resident Assistants, On-Campus Housing Council, Housing and Residential Life departments, and others to schedule events

  • SMUD (2017 - 2017 ) Information Technology Intern

    -Pioneered establishing a schedule for a design tool valued at $5M to work with compatible units as well as maintained the project tracking system -Reengineered project documentation to be more end user friendly -Assisted in creating an efficient and effective software for maintaining training requirements which reduced turnaround time from 3 months to less than 1 minute