We have recently worked with Hung Nguyen and his team at TTW to provide structural engineering advice for the repositioning of 320 Pitt Street. This included the creation of an extended ground floor façade, external water tank relocation and the creation of additional GFA via a infill mezzanine floor. We have been pleased with their work on this project and would recommend them as a structural engineer for a project of a similar complexity and scale.

Experienced in structural design, Hung Nguyen is highly sought after for his ability to transform complex architectural designs into a buildable reality.

Hung directs a number of project teams at TTW, always leading by example. He continually challenges engineering standards through his determination to find structural solutions to problems, collaborating well with architect, builder and client; understanding their relative perspective and needs.

Leading projects across diverse sectors such as residential, commercial, education, government and public buildings, retail and transportation sectors. One of his most notable projects includes the recently completed 50 Martin Place, a nine-time award winner, recognised for excellence in architectural design, heritage, and construction practices.

Why did you want to become an engineer?

I am passionate about architecture and the engineering behind projects. Being a engineer is the perfect balance, I get to work closely with architects and provide a detailed solution to match their creative design.

What sort of projects have you worked on and what was you involvement?

I’ve worked across a range of projects; residential, commercial, hotels, casinos, institutional and public buildings. I’ve been involved in every single phase of the project from concept design, feasibility studies, value engineering, risk assessment, safety in design, detailed documentation and construction services.

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