Tian-Fang Jing has extensive experience in structural engineering and project leadership, from conventional design to advanced analysis of innovative structures. He works closely with architects, helping them to achieve their aesthetic vision. He has contributed to the design of many architecturally significant structures, such as the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City, the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana, and the Bank of China Headquarters in Beijing, China. Tian-Fang is an authority in innovative long-span structures, especially those which have tensegrity roofs and domes. His credits include La Plata Stadium in La Plata, Argentina, Shanghai Stadium and Hongkou Stadium in Shanghai, China, and Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia. Tian-Fang maintains strong professional connections with China and is responsible for the structural design of many of the country’s contemporary buildings. These include Tomorrow Square Tower, Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal and Shanghai Winter Garden in Shanghai, TEDA International Convention Center in Tianjin and Fortune Center Tower in Qingdao.
B.S., Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University
Tian-Fang is committed to giving back to the profession through teaching and mentoring young engineers in Asia, Europe and the United States.