Peyman Askarinejad

PAN Partners, President & CEO | New York City, United States


Founder and President of PAN Partners with over 21 years of progressive design and construction management experience of a showcase of internationally renowned complex concrete and steel structures. Throughout his distinguished career, Peyman has dedicated himself to structural innovation. His best known contribution has been to develop the ""Hexagrid"" structural system for the tall buildings. he has had a notable career in the analysis and design of concrete and steel structures and is an acknowledged expert in the design of super-tall buildings. Peyman Askarinejad is the recipient of multiple awards and honors, including the Award for Excellence for the invention of a new structural system -- the Beehive (HexaGrid) system for tall and super-tall Buildings.

His expertise extends to skillful project management and the development. An effective and tactful communicator, much of his career to date…

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Country Representative, Iran (2007 – 2013)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Middle East 2018; Chicago 2019)


01 December 2016


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Beehive (Hexagrid), New Innovated Structural System for Tall Buildings

Peyman Askari Nejad, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

Tall Buildings have been one of the most prominent symbols of economic growth for nearly a century. Yet, in the aftermath of the tragedies of...


16 September 2014


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From “O” to “L” Design Challenges, Gazprom Tower

Peyman Askarinejad, Arabtec Construction LLC

Each supertall building project has its own design challenges and difficulties. The experience with Okhta “O” center which became Lakhta “L” center complex project in...


21 September 2012


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Holistic Approach of Beehive (Hexagrid), New Innovative Approach to Supertall Free Form Buildings

Peyman Askarinejad, Ted Jacob Engineering Group

The HexaGrid system is a new look from an alternative perspective on how structural engineers can achieve the requirements of designing high-rise structures while increasing...