In 1968 Bahram graduated with a Masters degree in Civil engineering from Pahlavi University in Shiraz, Iran. The next morning, he started his career as an assistant manager for a dam construction project in Shiraz, Iran. His talent and motivation raised him to the position of construction manager for a new steel mill project. For the next five years, he managed multiple phases of the steel mill including excavation, concrete plant, and railway construction and maintenance.
Soon after steel mill completion, he got involved in the residential sector by acting as the construction manager for various projects including ten high-rise towers consisting of 480 units in Lavizan, Iran. In 1983, he founded Rahdaran, his construction company. Until 1991, Rahdaran was the main contractor to build roads, laboratories, and stadiums for Iran University of Science and Technology. Rahdaran’s success lead them to secure projects with the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), where they were awarded several contracts to build a repair centre for Sirjan gas pipeline, NIGC’s main office building, and warehouses. Since his move to Canada, Bahram has been active in constructing single and multi-family buildings around the lower mainland.