Ming-Chen (M.C.) Yu - founder and principal of AMC. M.C. started his engineering career in 1980 with URS/John A. Blume & Associates, where he developed extensive experience in seismic analysis of complex nuclear facilities, including non-linear time-history and soil-structure interaction analyses. In the early nineties, M.C. applied his analytical expertise to transit structures. He has experience in the design, analysis, and construction support of transit structures, including bridges, light rail systems, tunnels, stations, and maintenance facilities. He was the key engineer in the development of seismic criteria for the BART SFO extension project and in providing construction engineering support services for the East Tie-In Structure and Skyway Structure of the New San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge project.
Kenneth Liu - principal engineer. Kenneth, a licensed structural engineer, has over 40 years of diversified experience in the design and construction support of bridges, buildings and power plants. He is very knowledgeable in the current structural and seismic requirements for new and retrofit design of concrete and steel bridges. Prior to joining AMC, Kenneth was with Parsons Brinckerhoff where he held positions including project manager, senior supervising engineer, lead engineer, and bridge engineer on many transit projects. He has extensive hands-on experience in structural analysis and preparation of plans, specifications and estimate (PS&E).
Min-Lung Kuo - Mr. Kuo, a registered structural engineer, has over 35 years of experience in structural engineering. He has a wide range of experience in seismic analysis and design of heavy industrial facilities, commercial and residential buildings, and highway bridges. He is familiar with all facets of seismic safety assessment, retrofit design and code regulations. He also has extensive experience in computer structural analysis and design including SAP2000, ETABS, STAAD, RISA-3D, and other special design programs.
David Chen - David, a licensed civil engineer, has over 20 years of experience in the research and development of offshore platforms, dynamic analysis of offshore structures, and analysis and design of high-rise buildings. After joining AMC, he was involved in the San Francisco Transition Structure Retrofit project performing ADINA analysis of the system. He is now involved in the construction of the New San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Self-Anchored Suspension (SAS) Span project.