Dr. George S. Tseng,

President

 

Dr. Tseng was born January 2, 1936, in Taiwan.  He

received a B.S. in Civil Engineering from National

Taiwan University (1959).  In 1962, Dr. Tseng came to

the United States for graduate study.  He earned a

M.S. in Structural Engineering from Brigham Young

University (1964), and PH.D in Theoretical and Applied

Mechanics from Cornell University (1971).

 

Dr. Tseng is a Registered Professional Engineer in the

State of New York,  California, Florida and many others.

Dr. Tseng is an active member of the American Society

of Civil Engineers.  He was a member of the Executive

Committee of A.S.C.E. Met Section from 1976 to 1978,

Chairman of Seminar of A.S.C.E. Met Section on Seismic

Design Of Buildings held in New York City in 1977.

He was a member of the Executive Committee of A.S.C.E.

On Suspension Bridges (1985-1987).  Currently, he serves

as a member of the Executive Committee of A.S.C.E. on

Structural Applications of Cables for Building Standards

 

Dr. Tseng is the pioneer structural engineer in the USA

to perfect the tunnel form construction system.