Vishwanathan Arangath | U.S. Green Building Council
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Vishwanathan Arangath

Currently working as the CEO of Seashore Sanathan WLL, a company headquartered in Doha, Qatar with the mandate of participating actively in the development of Sustainable Infrastructure in Qatar. Seashore Sanathan WLL is a joint venture between the Seashore Group of Qatar and Sanathan Infrastructures and Developers Private Limited. Seashore Group has an established credible history in the waste management sector of Qatar, having been the premier conveyor of solid wastes as well as sewage for over a decade in this country. This company is guided by Qatar's National Vision to develop a Sustainable Infrastructure as the platform for fulfilling the aspirations and development demands of the country.

Founded and continue to be the Managing Director of Sanathan Infrastructure and Developers Private Limited, a Kochi, Kerala based company committed to building sustainable infrastructure in "God's Own Country" - Kerala. This company constructed the "Regulator-Cum-Bridge across Bharathapuzha at Chamravattom - 978 meters and access road of 632 meters", a project completed in record time and with multiple layered benefits across the transportation, social, agricultural, water resources, irrigation, tourism and fisheries sectors of the central Kerala region.

A Civil Engineer from India with a Graduate Degree in Civil / Environmental
Engineering from Texas A&M University, College Station. Taught Surveying for
students primarily in the sophomore and junior year of their Civil
Engineering program as a Teaching Assistant for four semesters. Continued as
a Research Assistant focusing on applying Probabilistic Models to existing
deterministic models being used to evaluate risks to human health from
contaminated sites. Published findings as, "Stochastic Risk Assessment of Sites Contaminated by Hazardous Waste" in the Journal of Environmental
Engineering, an ASCE Publication -

After graduating with a Masters in Environmental Engineering, Worked for the Government of Texas as the first District Environmental Engineer with the newly Laredo District of the Texas Department of Transportation. Ensured environmental compliance and coordination with various state and federal agencies for implementing road infrastructure projects along seven counties of the Texas-Mexico border.

Worked as a Health Scientist with ChemRisk, part of McLaren Hart in their Cleveland, Ohio office. McLaren Hart is a leading environmental consulting company with 18 offices across the United States, Canada and Australia. Worked with fortune 100 companies including Pacific Gas & Electric, Pittsburgh Plate and Glass, Ford Motor Co, Rockwell Automation, Maxus Energy as part of teams offering environmental consulting services particularly in the human health and ecological risk assessment areas. During
this time, also worked as a peer reviewer for ASTM publications on Risk Assessment and presented at seminars on Human Health Risk Assessment

Moved back to India to be part of the incipient Environmental Engineering
Industry in India as an entrepreneur. Founded Vasco Environmental India
Private Limited, a company focused on executing turnkey environmental
engineering projects and infrastructure projects associated with the
environmental industry. Built Water Treatment Plants, Waste Water Treatment
Plants, Sewerage Collection Systems, Water Distribution Networks, Solid Waste
Management Systems primarily across the state of Kerala in South India.