Mohsen Grayeli - Construction Management Executive in Washington, DC

As owner and president of ASAP Construction Management, Mohsen Grayeli leads a company that provides restructuring and remodeling services for various government agencies. Furthermore, the firm offers project management services to government clients. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the company works with a broad clientele base to deliver work that remains consistent with regard to budgetary and quality standards. Under Mr. Grayeli’s direction, the company has completed projects such as the remodel of the Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. In addition to overseeing operations at ASAP Construction, Mohsen Grayeli has rebuilt or restructured 22 private homes in the Washington, D.C., area.

As a testament to his commitment to clients and employees, Mohsen Grayeli invests in his personnel by subsidizing higher education for his workers. Over the years, the company has sent students to earn graduate degrees in construction management from respected institutions such as Boston University and George Washington University.

Mr. Grayeli holds a degree in electrical engineering from Gannon University.

Recent Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Wins

For nearly 13 years, Mohsen Grayeli has worked as owner of the real estate holding company ASAP, LLC. A passionate supporter of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Mohsen Grayeli attends as many home games as possible during football season.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are one of only four teams to win more than one Super Bowl championship since 2000. The Steelers’ first title in 26 years came in 2006. The team entered the match-up with the Seattle Seahawks as slight favorites. The Seahawks scored first, and at halftime, the Steelers found themselves with a narrow 7-3 lead. The teams exchanged touchdowns in the third quarter before Pittsburgh scored again midway through the fourth, eventually taking the game by a final score of 21-10.

The Steelers returned to the Super Bowl in 2009. Facing off against an Arizona Cardinals team that went 9-7 over the course of the regular season, the 12-4 Steelers arrived at Raymond James Stadium as heavy favorites. With two minutes remaining in the third quarter the Steelers led 20-7, and victory seemed within reach. The Cardinals, however, led by veteran quarterback Kurt Warner, responded with a furious comeback, eventually taking a 23-20 lead with just over two and a half minutes left in the game. With 35 seconds remaining, however, the Steelers converted on the final score of the game and went on to win 27-23. Pittsburgh returned to the Super Bowl in 2011 but fell to the Green Bay Packers 31-25.

Stroke - A Survivor's Tale

As the owner of ASAP LLC, Mohsen Grayeli oversees every aspect of commercial and residential real estate projects, from initial purchase to the final sale. Also an active philanthropist, Mohsen Grayeli supports the American Stroke Association.

Stroke is caused by blood clots or vessel bursts in the brain, which affect various bodily functions. Quick attention is needed to treat strokes, which affect some 795,000 Americans each year.

The American Stroke Association and the American Heart Association have joined forces to fight stroke. Their joint website includes a story from a survivor of the disease, a 27-year-old woman who had a stroke while running a race.

What she thought was a headache caused by dehydration turned out to be a stroke. After the race, observers, seeing her drooping face, took her immediately to the hospital, where she was given a drug that burst the blood clot in her brain.

Her recovery was slow, but she was determined to resume her running. After 11 months of rehabilitation, she ran a half marathon and then the 2015 Boston Marathon.