I’m committed to all of my clients by providing educational/professional services related to drainage & flood control applications, including the operation of the Basin Analysis Software (B.A.S.)
Nadeem Majaj, P.E.
The San Bernardino County Flood Control District hired Nadeem to teach an 8-hour course in June of 2022, titled "Basic Hydraulic Principles for Flood Control Applications".
“This training has equipped us with lots of professional tools to leverage and use in achieving excellent desired results. it was so innovative, informative, and instructive; linking our minds to ideas, possibilities, and unforeseen circumstances. With all the teachings from the course and the additional materials given, which will go a long way for further references and re-reading, it was worth the invested time and resources.”
Michael B. Fam, MPA, P.E.
Engineering Manager/Division Chief
Flood Control Planning/Water Resources Division
Department of Public Works
The Riverside County Flood Control & Water Conservation District hired Nadeem to teach an 8-hour course in August of 2022, titled "Basic Hydraulic Principles for Flood Control Applications".
“Overall, I thought the course was comprehensive and very helpful. Mr. Majaj is a great instructor.”
Deborah de Chambeau, MS, PE, CFM Riverside County Flood Control & Water Conservation District
The Orange County Flood Control District hired Nadeem to teach an 8-hour course in May of 2022, titled "Basic Hydraulic Principles for Flood Control Applications". As a member of the District's team for over 25 years, Nadeem taught numerous hydraulic courses to its staff, including courses on the use of the Basin Analysis Software. The District has been using B.A.S. for over 20 years for the design and analyses of side-weirs and offline retarding basins.
Penny Lew, P.E.
Orange County Flood Control District
"The course was a hit with novices and experienced engineers alike! Mr. Majaj’s expertise and love of hydraulics kept his students engaged in learning the subject matter. "
Nadeem taught an 8-hour course to the Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District engineering staff in February 2023.
"The course consisted of a blend of hydraulic theories and practical applications to flood control design and analyses. It was well-received by both the entry-level and experienced engineers."