Mr. Kameron Zolfaghari is the director and the main shareholder of Kish Pars Associates. He graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts as a Civil Engineer, class of 1978. He has work experience in four countries, Iran for 22 years, United States for Over 12 years, United Arab Emirates for 5 years, and Australia for 3 years. After receiving his degree with honors he started working in Iran in spring of 1979. First he was hired by Lausanne Construction Co. and assigned to Tabriz Cement Factory construction site as the office Engineer and estimator, then in Darab-Fork highway construction project, a 32 Km mountainous segment of Shiraz to Bandar Abbas transit highway as the Technical manager. In 1981 he joined the Engineer Corps during the Iran-Iraq war in Abadan fronts and carried out supporting engineering works such as making embankments, concrete trenches, mobile hospital, and in the same year he established the Bureau of National Projects construction company. In four years more than 20 projects mostly highways and irrigation channels were completed with a taskforce of 1200 engineers, technicians and laborers. In 1985 he moved to Sydney, Australia and started study Hydraulics in New South Wales University and meanwhile designed and constructed a local shopping center in Manly, suburb of Sydney. In 1988 he moved to United States and worked as an Office Engineer in Los Angeles Metro System and then joined the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in San Luis Obispo as a transportation Engineer. Meanwhile he received his EIT license in 1989. In 1990 he came back to Iran, and joined Sabir Company as the Project Manager of Saveh Dam construction and two years later in 1992 he established a Management company by name of Water Engineering Management (WEM), and managed and completed four dams and water transfer projects. In 1996 he was hired by Kish Free Zone Organization as the Director of Kish Construction and development company and in 5 years he managed and completed more than 80 individual projects such as infra structure of two main towns, Sadaf and Saffein, potable water reservoirs, waste water treatment plants, several office buildings, desalination plants, transformer posts, schools and mosque, sewer system, hospital and clinics, airport terminal and runway, hotels and recreation projects, sport arena and many play grounds for football, tennis, volleyball, in the island. After 5 years and completing 90% of projects that he had initiated he resigned from KEDC for personal reason and moved to United States in 1999 and got re-stated as project engineer in Design Department of Caltrans District 5. In 2001 he received his PE (Professional Engineer) license from State of California under the name of Cameron Z. Pour and promoted to project engineer and designer. In 2007, he retired himself from Caltrans and moved to Unites Arab Emirates and was hired by a Joint Venture (GMT) as Executive member of the Board and head of contracts office to work as construction supervisor of International City Infra Structure Project in Dubai. The Dubai project was completed on 2012 and he returned to Iran and joined a management company, Abadgaran, as the Project Manager in Nosood Water Transition Project in Kurdistan for transferring 30 cubic meters water per second of Sirvan river by constructing a deviation dam , 3 km open channel and 9 km tunnel to Southern state of Ilam. The tunnel excavation and lining job was done by a Tunnel Boring Machine. After finishing the job he moved to Kish Island and founded a management and engineering company by name of Kish Pars Associates and worked out some projects mostly buildings and landscape jobs.

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