Junjie Jiang is experienced in the structural analysis and design of tall and supertall buildings, airports, performing arts centers, retail malls, long-span convention centers and a host of other property types. Junjie is knowledgeable in China building codes and local business and construction practices. He collaborates with architects to develop project schemes that are innovative yet functional, while keeping constructability, schedule and budget in mind. Working alongside our Pacific Rim team in New York, Junjie has participated in the engineering design of several notable projects, including the 468-meter-tall Chengdu Greenland Tower in Sichuan, China. He also leads technical teams in peer review projects. These include phase II of the expansion of the Haikou Meilan International Airport and the 369-meter-tall Haitian Center in Qingdao.
M.S., Structural Engineering, Tong Ji University
B.S., Civil Engineering, Qingdao University of Technology
Well versed in the needs of Chinese building owners, Junjie has significant experience delivering economic structural designs, formulating effective project schedules and creating efficient teams.