CORRECTION: Arian Azarbar is the Subject of a New Interview

This press release serves as a correction to a previous press release, published on August 30, 2021, which contained outdated contact information.

The microbiologist, real estate developer, inventor, and entrepreneur sat down with a freelance journalist to discuss his life, his career, and his professional philosophy.

MONTREAL, QC / ACCESSWIRE / September 15, 2021 / When microbiologist, real estate developer, inventor, and entrepreneur Arian Azarbar was approached by freelance journalist Joey Claudio to be the subject of a new deep-dive interview, he agreed readily, eager to share the wisdom he has accrued from his decades of experience. The interview, which is entitled A Discussion with Arian Azarbar About the Importance of Keeping Active and Maintaining Friendships in the Face of a Demanding Job, was published by an online periodical that concentrates on matters of health and wellness on August 25, 2021.

Early on in the interview, Arian is asked to explain the trajectory of his diverse and atypical career. “I entered the real estate market through technological product development and the natural evolution of our business-one thing led to another. Considering my background in microbiology, we specialized in the use of bacteria to decontaminate soil in the construction industry. Later, we became excellent at formulating materials to manufacture high-performing, thermally-efficient building envelopes,” he explains, continuing, “Ultimately, we were able to integrate all of these elements in a way that culminated in a system that delivers a more efficient way of manufacturing in countries that do not have access to the construction knowledge of first-world industry.”

Further along in the piece, by means of answering a question regarding what he would change about the construction industry if he had the power, Arian Azarbar replies, “The world is becoming more energy efficient. The cost of energy consumption must come down for housing. The technology is available for thermo-efficient building envelopes. If energy costs are reduced then we will be able to manufacture housing at a much more affordable cost,” he asserts, before musing about his long-term professional plans, “I believe my focus will be on solar energy and green energy for the next decade.”

Anyone curious to read the full text of the interview can find it located here, while anyone interested in learning more about Arian Azarbar is encouraged to visit his professional blog.

About Arian Azarbar:

Arian Azarbar is an accomplished microbiologist, real estate developer, inventor, and entrepreneur, who holds a Ph.D. in biology. Upon entering the professional world, Arian gained certification to use certain special types of bacterias for industrial purposes, specifically for the decontamination of soil and bioleaching. This innovative and environmentally-friendly new method of operation replaced the use of mercury in gold mining, which has toxic effects.

After achieving this initial success, Arian Azarbar continued to pursue education, earning numerous degrees in the disciplines of engineering and manufacturing, which would later serve him well when he founded his manufacturing business. Over the course of the following two decades, Arian grew his company into one of the world’s leading equipment manufacturers, eventually becoming number one in the development and manufacturing of product lines made with new synthetic materials used to construct affordable housing across the globe.

The company has worked with several federal governments in South America to rectify housing shortages and provide shelter for the disadvantaged in those countries. Beyond that, the company usually manufactures the requisite materials locally, thereby creating new jobs and leaving a positive and lasting legacy within the regions that it operates. The systems and processes that Arian Azarbar’s company has instituted were created with the utmost integrity, and each structure the company builds is certified to withstand inhospitable seismic or corrosive environments.

Contact Information:

Arian Azarbar
Phone: 514-261-5750
Email: [email protected]

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