At ECS, we are always thrilled to welcome new team members to our offices, and we recently had the pleasure of getting to know Bashir Parvaneh, a Facilities Associate based out of Sacramento, CA. Bashir has five years of experience under his belt and is excited to build up our foundation in California and witness the growth of ECS Pacific.
When asked about the greatest bit of advice he’s ever been given, Bashir shares that practicing being a good listener is key. He believes that it’s a process and something that takes time to develop, but it’s worth it in the end.
Bashir is originally from Iran. Growing up, Bashir enjoyed drawing and painting, and by the time he started high school, he knew that he wanted to become an architect. He felt that architecture was the perfect blend of art and science. When he’s not working, Bashir enjoys watching movies like “The Green Mile,” and his favorite place in the world is the Baha’i Gardens in Haifa, Israel.
Bashir shared that his most exciting project prior to joining ECS was his involvement in the restoration of exterior wood windows and exterior cladding of Stephens Hall on the UC Berkeley Campus. As an architecture student at Berkeley, it was an honor for him to contribute to the campus.
We are thrilled to have Bashir as part of our team at ECS and look forward to seeing all that he will contribute to our California location.