Imran Shoukat is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Airrs Associates. Mr. Shoukat assumed leadership of the company in 1985 and to the present day has overseen the direction of this fourth-generation, 80-year-old, family-owned firm.
Mr. Shoukat is responsible for growing AIRRS into one of the largest, privately held construction contractors in South Asia; with construction of more than 10 million square feet of construction.
Mr. Shoukat has been actively involved in many construction organizations in the world. Mr. Shoukat’s philanthropic endeavors involve a number of educational, medical and arts institutions. He is also very active in the redevelopment of war torn areas in Afghanistan and Afghanistan.
Mr. Shoukat got his BSc in Civil Engineering from the Florida Institute of Technology
Shahwaiz oversees a talented accounting team, many of whom have worked for the company for over 10 years.
He works directly with clients and the company’s principals during the lifecycle of each project through to successful completion. He is a member the Construction Financial Management Association. He has served on various real estate committees and has spoken before numerous trade associations on a variety of industry-related issues pertaining to construction accounting and taxation. Shahwaiz’s comprehensive understanding of the financial workings of the construction industry has made him a respected and recognized leader in his field.
Mr. Shahwaiz got his BSc in Finance and Accounting from the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania.
Arham Shoukat is chief operating officer for Airrs Associates. He has personally been involved in constructing some of the most complex, construction projects in South Asia. In his COO role, Arham is responsible for developing regional management teams and assigning operational resources across South Asia as it continues to grow and strengthen its presence across South Asia. He also drives integration efforts beyond construction across all South Asia business units including commercial and infrastructure development.
He is directly responsible for the day-to-day operations of this business unit, which provides public and private clients construction services in the civil, mechanical, industrial, marine, foundation and environmental sectors.
Arham got his B.A in International Relations/Economics from Tufts University and his MSc in Construction Management from Columbia University.