Adnan Asdar Ali

Founder & Board Member

Adnan Asdar has over 30 years of progressively diverse experience in the discipline of structural and forensic engineering and construction management. He is the co-founder of Multinet Pakistan (Pvt.) Ltd. and is their current Chief Executive. Adnan Asdar is also a Partner at AAA Partnership (Pvt.) Ltd., a company he formed in 1985 where he overlooked the entire project management portfolio of the organization covering vast disciplines of structural and forensic engineering, construction management, project management, liaison with local and international consultants, quality control and testing procedures for a wide range of construction and other engineering material.

Lately, most of Adnan Asdar’s time has been dedicated to philanthropic efforts with special interest in working on housing schemes for low income areas, reconstruction of homes and shelters through disaster management initiatives. He is actively involved with The Citizens Foundation (TCF), an NGO where he also plays the role of a member of the executive committee. In 2005 Adnan Asdar led the rehabilitation efforts of the TCF Relief Fund to build shelters and homes in areas devastated by the earthquake – an effort which led to the construction of over 8,200 earthquake resistant houses throughout the Kashmir area. Currently, is deeply involved with Karachi Relief Trust, which he co-founded in 2007, to manage its volunteers on the field, facilitate their immediate relief efforts and to reconstruct homes in the flood affected areas in Pakistan.

Adnan Asdar currently holds advisory positions in several non-profit organizations such as:
Member of the Board of Directors of:
The Citizen’s Foundation –
Co-Founder & Member of the Board of Directors of:
The Indus Hospital –
The Hunar Foundation –
Karachi Relief Trust –

Adnan Asdar started his career with Twin City Testing in Minnesota, USA after which he joined 3M Corporation in Minnesota, USA where he conducted investigative work for plants across USA for failure prevention and rehabilitation of operating units. He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin after which he went on to complete his M.S. in Forensic Engineering from University of Minnesota.