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Contributors

  • Yang Jiang, PhD, P.E., S.E.

    Yang is a Bridge/Tunnel Practice Consultant with HNTB Corporation in Bellevue, Washington. Yang has more than 30 years of experience on a wide variety of bridge and underground projects. Yang has led and performed design, analysis, review, and independent check for many signature brides, including the New Tacoma Narrow Suspension Bridge, Gerald Desmond Cable-Stayed Bridge, South Park Bascule Bridge, and the Sixth Street Arch Bridge. In recent years, Yang has focused on underground projects and built considerable experience in underground transportation structures from Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor Design-Build Project, the iconic Istanbul Strait Road Crossing in Istanbul. Yang is the Engineer of Record and lead engineer for the SR 99 Tunnel in Seattle - one of the world’s largest bored tunnel in the world. Yang is currently leading the structural effort for the West Seattle and Ballard Extension Project for Sound Transit in Seattle. The project includes miles of transit tunnels, several underground stations, two major bridge/tunnel water crossings, many above-ground stations, and miles of viaduct structures.

  • Yong-wook Jo, P.E.

    Yong-wook Jo, Associate is a structural engineer in Arup New York office. He majored in architectural design and engineering in undergraduate and worked as a junior architect in South Korea. After completing Masters degree in structural engineering in the United States, he switched to the engineering and has had 18 years of experience with a wide range of projects including tall residential and office buildings, institutional buildings, complex and irregular geometry commercial buildings, aviation buildings as well as subway stations and marine structures. With backgrounds in both fields, Yong-wook takes the collaboration and coordination within the design team seriously and extends it to that with the contractors, so the value to the client can be prioritized.

June 9, 2022
Thu 12:00 PM CDT

Duration 1H 30M

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