One of Paul’s philosophies is to “take a walk in [his] client’s shoes” and get to know each client’s specific needs; he’s learned that every client is different.

Paul Fu has more than 15 years of experience in the structural analysis, design and review of a variety of building types, including mixed-use and commercial buildings and sports facilities. He is the co-leader of the firm’s Beijing office and the Structural Engineering practice leader for the Pacific Rim region, dividing his time between the New York and Beijing offices.

Paul’s expertise includes supertall building design, long-span structural design, seismic analysis, performance-based dynamic analysis and forensic analysis. He is familiar with ACI, AISC and local building codes, and he also supervises shop drawing review and construction field inspections.

Award-Winning International Portfolio
His extensive portfolio in Asia includes the 729-meter Suzhou Zhongnan Center, 636-meter Wuhan Greenland Center, 632-meter Shanghai Tower and 600-meter Ping An International Finance Center, all in China; and the 508-meter Taipei 101 in Taiwan. His large-scale U.S. projects include Las Vegas CityCenter Block A; Wells Fargo Arena and Hy-Vee Hall at the Iowa Event Center in Des Moines; and San Diego’s PETCO Park Stadium.

Outside of Work
Paul lives in Princeton, New Jersey, with his wife and two daughters. He likes to stay active by jogging, swimming and playing tennis.

• Performance-based design
• Structural engineering