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Bruce Zhong

Principal, Seattle

“I am always learning something new outside of structural engineering...either from the development team, the architect team, or the other engineering consultants.  It is enjoyable to bounce around ideas and find the most suitable solutions for all the challenges we face in different projects.”

Bruce has more than 20 years of experience in structural engineering. He holds a Master’s of Science in Structural Engineering from the University of Utah.  Over the course of his career, he has developed very hands-on consulting practices with new building design, existing building additions and retrofits, post-design construction administration, and value engineering.  Bruce’s resume is diverse, ranging from 60-story high rise towers in China to the tenant improvement work for all of the buildings on the Amazon headquarter campus.  Regardless of the project type or location, he is deeply committed to maintaining ongoing lines of communication among the owner, the contractor, and the design team through the duration of a project.

  • What was your favorite class in college? Statics was my favorite class in college.  It is the fundamentals of structural engineering.
  • Where is your hometown? Guangzhou, China.  It is located at the southeast corner of China, 200 miles away from Hong Kong.
  • If you weren’t an engineer, what would you be? I think I would be a medical doctor.


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