Biniam Yosief Tesfazghi Transportation Engineer

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Biniam Tesfazghi

(510) 992-9861 ∙ ∙ 1843 Poggi St., Apt. 306C, Alameda, CA 94501

Fully Work Authorized ∙ No Visa Sponsorship Required

Civil engineer with experience in surveying and data collection, earthworks, data assignment and scheduling, site supervision and coordination, and reporting


Key Skills

·         Experienced in road construction and renovation, including creating and assessing transport planning models

·         Skilled in identifying possible design improvements, and knowledgeable in writing technical reports

·         Experienced in using AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, e-panet, and GIS; proficient in Microsoft Office Applications

·         Multilingual in English, Tigrigna, and German



Master of Science in Infrastructure Planning, 2017

Equivalent to US Master’s degree in the field from an accredited institution according to World Education Services

Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

Ranked as third best university in Germany for its engineering faculty

·         Completed studies under a prestigious full scholarship

·         Thesis: “Airfields & Influential Indicators for an Airfield Pavement Type Choice”


Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 2012

Equivalent to US Bachelor’s degree in the field from an accredited institution according to World Education Services

Eritrean Institute of Technology, Mai-Nefhi, Eritrea

The best engineering college in Eritrea

·         Graduated with distinction



Junior Civil Engineer                                                                                                               07/2012 – 02/2015

ASBECO, Kurba Embeyto, Eritrea

Road construction company with more than 300 employees

·         Worked on 4 projects: 2 road construction, 1 road renovation, 1 airport parkinglot construction

·         Participated in an average of 75% work completion, focusing mainly on preliminary surveying and data collection, earthworks, laying of selected materials on the structural layers of proposed road, concrete on drainage structures, and curb layout

·         Managed data assignment and scheduling, site supervision and coordination, reporting and presenting; provided data for surveyors and assisted with survey and layout

·         Contributed to design work in office, as well as weekly, monthly, and annual report submission tasks; processed payment certificates and takeoff sheets

·         Accomplished 15% faster work progress than the initial contract agreement regarding site construction



·         Sembel I Road Renovation (2011-2015): Renovation of a 2-mile road; focused on mainly earth works, drainage layout, surveying and office works such as blueprint preparation, submitting takeoff sheets and reports; learned about ground surveying, drainage construction e-panet, and road layers with materials

·         Asmara International Airport Parking Lot Construction (2012-2014): New parking lot approx. 1,600 sq. ft.; participated on AutoCAD designing works, asphalt layout, and side curbs construction; coordinated site work design techniques

·         Airforce Road Construction (2013-2014): Construction of a 1.2-mile road; managed the entire project, including surveying, earthworks, soil test and layout of selected materials, construction of drainage structures, and periodical reporting of work progress

·         Sembel II Road Construction (2014-2017): Construction of a 4-mile road within a multi-million dollar housing project; worked as an assistant manager and executed preliminary survey works, design, earthworks, work assignment planning and scheduling, coordination of surveyors and machine operators, selecting materials for sub-layers, soil testing, drainage work, and periodical work progress reporting. Collaborated with project leading foreign company ‘PICCINI Group’ on design analysis and work implementation, and learned best work facilitating methods as far as project planning was concerned.



Attendee, Geo4LibCamp, Stanford University, January 2018

·         Sharing best-practices of integrating geospatial data into a repository and associated services