Niranjan Shah

Niranjan Shah

Niranjan Shah is the CEO of Globetrotters Engineering Corp in Chicago.

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Niranjan Shah is the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Globetrotters Engineering CorporationGlobetrotters Engineering Corporation. He is also the founder of Globetrotters International Inc.

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Globetrotters Engineering

Chicago, IL

Consulting, Engineering Services

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Since founding Globetrotters, Niranjan Shah has become involved in giving back to the community through philanthropic endeavors. He is involved with the Shah Center at McHenry County College, Leading India’s Future Today (LIFT), and Sister Cities Internationals. In 2006, Shah received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in acknowledgement of his positive contribution to U.S. society. That same year, the government of India presented him with the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award. In addition, Shah is very passionate about philanthropy and has donated to a wide array of organizations he is passionate about. In fact, Shah remembers the first time he's heardfamily ofhonors Mahatama Ghandi's death at 4 years old. Today, his family honors Ghandi with an annual luncheon.

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Both Globetrotters Engineering Corporation and Globetrotters International Inc. are Chicago-based engineering, architecture, consulting services, and construction management companies. Shah founded both firms in 1974 and worked as the company’s first employee. As of March 2020, Globetrotters employs over 250 professionals and has overseen hundreds of millions of dollars in projects since its founding.

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Since founding Globetrotters, Niranjan Shah has become involved in giving back to the community through philanthropic endeavors. He is involved with the Shah Center at McHenry County College, Leading India’s Future Today (LIFT), and Sister Cities Internationals. In 2006, Shah received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in acknowledgement of his positive contribution to U.S. society. That same year, the government of India presented him with the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award. In addition, Shah is very passionate about philanthropy and has donated to a wide array of organizations he is passionate about. In fact, Shah remembers the first time he heard of Mahatama Ghandi's death at 4 years old. Today, his family honors Ghandi with an annual luncheon.

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Smita Shah

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Shah was born in India and earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Sardel Patel University’s Birla Engineering College. He then attended the University of Mississippi School of Business, where he earned a Master of Civil Engineering degree in 1971. He also participated in the Executive Education Program at Harvard Business SchoolHarvard Business School, where he received technical business management training.

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Both Globetrotters Engineering Corporation and Globetrotters International Inc. are Chicago-based engineeringChicago-based engineering, architecture, consulting services, and construction management companies. Shah founded both firms in 1974 and worked as the company’s first employee. As of March 2020, Globetrotters employs over 250 professionalsGlobetrotters employs over 250 professionals and has overseen hundreds of millions of dollars in projects since its founding.

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Shah was born in India and earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Sardel Patel University’s Birla Engineering College. He then attended the University of Mississippi School of Business, where he earned a Master of Civil Engineering degree in 1971. He also participated in the Executive Education Program at Harvard Business SchoolHarvard Business School, where he received technical business management training.

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Since founding Globetrotters and finding professional success, Niranjan Sha Niranjan Shah has become involved in giving back to the community through philanthropic endeavors. He is involved with the Shah Center at McHenry County College, Leading India’s Future Today (LIFT), and Sister Cities Internationals. As such, he has been recognized by both Indian and United States governments for his contributions. In 2006, Shah received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in acknowledgement of his positive contribution to U.S. society. That same year, the government of India presented him with the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award.

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Under his leadership, Globetrotters worked on projects such as John Stroger Jr. Hospital, the McCormick Place expansion, Midway International Airport’s redevelopment, and O’Hare Airport’s International Terminal 5. In 1986, the company received an Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award for its work on the Deep Tunnel Project in ChicagoChicago.


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Shah was born in IndiaIndia and earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Sardel Patel University’s Birla Engineering College. He then attended the University of Mississippi School of Business, where he earned a Master of Civil Engineering degree in 1971. He also participated in the Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School, where he received technical business management training.

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Both Globetrotters Engineering Corporation and Globetrotters International Inc. are Chicago-based engineering, architecture, consulting services, and construction management companies. Shah founded both firms in 1974 and worked as the company’s first employee. TodayAs of March 2020, Globetrotters employs over 250 professionals and has overseen hundreds of millions of dollars in projects since its founding.

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Under his leadership, Globetrotters worked on projects such industry-defining projects as John Stroger Jr. Hospital, the McCormick Place expansion, Midway International Airport’s redevelopment, and O’Hare Airport’s International Terminal 5. In 1986, the company received an Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award for its work on the Deep Tunnel Project in Chicago.


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Since founding Globetrotters and finding professional success, Niranjan Shah has become very involved in giving back to the community through philanthropic endeavors. He is involved with the Shah Center at McHenry County College, Leading India’s Future Today (LIFT), and Sister Cities Internationals. As such, he has been recognized by both Indian and United States governments for his contributions. In 2006, Shah received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in acknowledgement of his positive contribution to U.S. society. That same year, the government of India presented him with the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award.

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Niranjan Shah

Niranjan Shah is the CEO of Globetrotters Engineering Corp in Chicago.

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Niranjan Shah is the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Globetrotters Engineering Corporation. He is also the founder of Globetrotters International Inc.

Both Globetrotters Engineering Corporation and Globetrotters International Inc. are Chicago-based engineering, architecture, consulting services, and construction management companies. Shah founded both firms in 1974 and worked as the company’s first employee. Today, Globetrotters employs over 250 professionals and has overseen hundreds of millions of dollars in projects since its founding.

Under his leadership, Globetrotters worked on such industry-defining projects as John Stroger Jr. Hospital, the McCormick Place expansion, Midway International Airport’s redevelopment, and O’Hare Airport’s International Terminal 5. In 1986, the company received an Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award for its work on the Deep Tunnel Project in Chicago.


Shah was born in India and earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Sardel Patel University’s Birla Engineering College. He then attended the University of Mississippi School of Business, where he earned a Master of Civil Engineering degree in 1971. He also participated in the Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School, where he received technical business management training.

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Since founding Globetrotters and finding professional success, Niranjan Shah has become very involved in giving back to the community through philanthropic endeavors. He is involved with the Shah Center at McHenry County College, Leading India’s Future Today (LIFT), and Sister Cities Internationals. As such, he has been recognized by both Indian and United States governments for his contributions. In 2006, Shah received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in acknowledgement of his positive contribution to U.S. society. That same year, the government of India presented him with the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award.

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