Abe M. Abouhamdan, P.E., F.ASCE, a professional leader in the field of civil and structural engineering for 27 years, has been named a Fellow by the ASCE Board of Direction.
Abouhamdam is currently the principal engineer as well as president and CEO of ABE Consulting Inc. (ABE – “A Better Environment”), where he has served for the past 14 years. His career has been diverse and highly successful, starting professionally in the public sector as the county engineer of Sumter, SC, and wending its way into management of the civil engineering division of a large private firm. ABE, his present firm, is in Oconee County, GA. Abouhamdan’s engineering accomplishments are well known and attest to his reputation for being reliable, energetic, and diligent.
His varied background and experience both command respect in his community and exemplify high standards within the engineering profession. He excels in resolving quite complex engineering and structural tasks, often tackling the most technically challenging civil and structural engineering projects, including those involving natural emergencies. He strives to improve safety, community well-being, and environmental protection through committed engineering practices and principles.
Abouhamdan has been an active member of ASCE since 2008, but the depth and breadth of his community involvement explain his character and reputation. He has meaningfully engaged multiple civic and professional boards and committees spanning over 25 years. He has been named a Paul Harris Fellow twice by the Rotary International Foundation Board. He has also been the chair of the Oconee County, GA, Land Use and Transportation Committee for the past six years.
He obtained his B.S. in civil engineering from Clemson University and a minor in architectural engineering from the University of Miami.