Yuk is a chartered structural engineer and joined Bryden Wood in 2018.

He joined us having completed two university-industry collaboration research projects which contributed to redesigning the light-gauge cold-formed steel deck complying with Eurocode and developing a novel admixture for concrete shrinkage reduction.

Prior to this, Yuk has more than ten years’ experience of working with multi-disciplinary engineering practices in the UK and Hong Kong working on the design and delivery of building structures in the sectors of education, civic, leisure, and commercial, with project values of up to £16M. In addition, Yuk is particularly experienced in the design and detailing of façade systems for building structures and major transport hubs such as Crossrail in the UK and MTR West Rail Line in Hong Kong.

Since joining Bryden Wood, Yuk has combined his technical and research experience and digitalization capabilities at Bryden Wood and applied to building design using offsite construction technique. These projects included the L&G Modular Residential Homes, Ministry of Justice’s Prison Estate Transformation Programme and Summer Street office building which modular and platform approach to design for manufacture and assembly (P-DfMA) are employed.

Yuk also involved in the engineering concept and detail design of Stansted Arrival Terminal extension and Gatwick Airport modernisation to Johnson Mathew laboratory and Google London headquarter, for which precast structural elements are utilised to improve the constructability. Building on his façade experience, Yuk was responsible for developing the façade engineering concept of the Lyric Theatre Complex in Hong Kong for Gammon Construction and reviewing the precast façade engineering design of Edinburgh St James redevelopment.