NSERC Industrial Research Chair in the Industrialization of Building Construction

Long Island Mansion

One of the highlights of the chair holder's career came with his recruitment to assist in the construction of a Long Island mansion in New York, U.S.A. Encompassing four pavilions and some 22,000 sq ft, the sprawling mansion also incorporated 108 concrete panels weighing in at between 3,000 and 61,000 lb each. Dr. Al-Hussein’s recruitment to plan and oversee the crane lifts for these panels has contributed to his growing reputation as a world-class researcher in the area of crane planning and optimization.

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