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Associate Principal,
Lucie Fougner, SE

Relationship Builder.
Problem Solver.

Lucie has significant expertise in technical analysis and design, including managing the unique challenges that come with complex existing conditions and historic buildings. By working to understand clients’ needs and constraints, Lucie collaborates with her teams to solve problems, and builds relationships that last. She has a strong background in seismic evaluations, retrofits, and new design with a focus on healthcare projects.

Associate Principal,
Gordon Wray, SE

Advanced Analysis Specialist.

Gordy possesses a keen interest in providing his clients with the right seismic analysis technique for each project, ranging from simple to complex. His philosophy of listening to clients and helping them save existing buildings has been a focus of a developing portfolio of advanced analysis work. Gordy’s portfolio includes structural and nonstructural design and upgrade of hospitals, base-isolation design, and even teaching seismic design to engineers in Haiti. He is currently involved with the SPC-4D seismic evaluation and upgrade of multiple pre-1973 hospital buildings in Northern California

Insung Kim, PhD, SE


Insung has worked with a variety of healthcare clients and technology clients. He has a strong background in seismic design and retrofit, advanced structural analysis, reinforced concrete design, and application of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) for seismic retrofit. He promotes seismic safety of concrete buildings through his daily design and consulting practice and professional activities in the technical committees of American Concrete Institute (ACI).

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