Name Saeid Asadollahi
Department Construction Management & Engineering
Room Z-204, Horstring
Tel. Department secretary 053-489 4254/2670
Position PDEng Trainee
University of Twente
Faculty of Engineering Technology
Department of Construction Management & Engineering
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
2013 - 2015: MSc, Geo-Information Science & Earth Observation, University of Twente, ITC faculty, The Netherlands.
1998-2003: Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering (Civil-Water), Azad University (IAU), Iran.
Feb 2017 - Present
Department of Construction Management and Engineering, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
Project: Protection of high pressure pipelines from excavation damage By Geo-fencing.
Aug 2016 – Feb 2017
Project: Innovative technologies to prevent high pressure pipelines from excavation damage.
Mar 2012 — Aug 2013
Project: Construction of domestic sewage collecting network and waste water transmission pipeline.
Mar 2010 — Mar 2012
Project: Municipal projects such as construction of official buildings, asphalt paving and refurbishment, walkway paver installation, Street’s Gutters.
Dec 2006 — Sep 2009
Resident Supervisor Engineer,
Project: Construction of the concrete underground tunnel for collecting urban flood and surface water.
Jun 2004 — Feb 2006
Technical and Vocational High school Teacher,
Project: Teaching theoretical and practical courses in Civil major.
Jun 2004 — Feb 2006
Deputy Site Manager,
Project: Refurbishing the interior design of a bank building.
Research Project Description
The Netherlands have an enormous underground infrastructure of cables and pipelines. These utilities are mostly located under the ground and are therefore subject to damage. The advert of the damage to these infrastructure, especially high pressure pipelines which carry dangerous substances, range from service disruptions to loss of life, serious injury, and/or significant environmental impact. Third party damage has been recognized as most dominant cause of the damage to the underground high pressure pipelines, and based on the European Gas Incident Group (EGIG) and CONCAWE, damages are mostly caused by excavation and construction around pipelines. It is for this reason that more initiatives are needed to reduce the number of pipeline incidents.
This research aims to develop a safety system, based on real-time visualization, to protect high pressure pipelines from excavation damage when a third party wants to excavate without any in advanced information about the location of the pipelines.
Member of Professional Civil Engineers of Tehran Province (supervision & construction).
- Poster with the title ''Evaluation of evapotranspiration heterogeneity over the Netherlands'' in European Geo- Sciences General Assembly in Vienna 2015.
- Compilation of the book ''Konkoor–e –Sakhteman'' for the university entrance exam in Civil major for students of technical and Vocational High school (In Persian language).