Raxit is Associate Principal at Henderson Rogers Structural Engineers, LLC. He has extensive knowledge and experience of modeling complex structures using advanced design software like ETABS, SAP, SAFE, ADAPT and RISA 3D. Raxit has over 12 years of industry experience including designing and managing of reinforced concrete, steel, masonry and composite structures. Raxit is also heavily involved in the development of construction documents, a critical element in conveying structural design intent to the project team.
His portfolio of work includes major projects in aviation, university, healthcare, federal, commercial, parking structures, and mission critical facilities. He has engineered such notable projects as AT&T Football Stadium Expansion at Texas Tech University, College Park Center at The University of Texas at Arlington, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Therapy, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Braeswood Garage, University Medical Center at Texas Tech University, and Kendall Neighborhood Library and Community Center in Houston.
Raxit received a Master in Civil and Structural Engineering from Rutgers State University and a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering from Sardar Patel University.
He is a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI).
Raxit is a licensed Professional Engineer in Texas.