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Shaping our Shared Future – Sang Chung

Sang Chung, M.Eng., P.Eng. is a dedicated Senior Transportation Engineer with a passion for achieving balance in all aspects of his life. With over 20 years of experience in highway and airport/aerodrome design, Sang has a wealth of expertise in delivering major transportation projects, as well as a strong commitment to maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle.

Sang holds a Master of Engineering degree in Civil Engineering from UBC. Since joining Associated Engineering in 2003, he has worked primarily on highways and airport projects in Western and Northern Canada. In the highways sector, Sang has been involved on many significant projects, including the Highway 91/91A Interchange Improvements and the Mountain Highway Interchange Improvements in BC's Lower Mainland. In the airport sector, Sang has worked on major projects such as the Vancouver International Airport North and South Runway Rehabilitations, Whitehorse Airfield Upgrades, and Inuvik Airport Runway Extension

Sang is deeply committed to community service and has served as a member of the Association of Korean-Canadian Scientists and Engineers (AKCSE) for over ten years. Currently, he holds the position of President for the Mainland BC chapter. Sang has organized various chapter events aimed at bringing together engineers and scientists in the local community. These events were designed to facilitate networking, knowledge-sharing, and personal and professional growth.

In his role representing the Association, Sang has engaged with the Korean Consulate General in Vancouver, sharing the Chapter members' professional experience and achievements. This has helped to create future opportunities for the Chapter's students and young professionals. Sang has also participated in the national Canada Korea Conference, where he represented the BC chapter.  

In addition to Sang’s professional and personal achievements, he deeply values his family life. He has been happily married to his wife, Lisa, for over 25 years and they have two children, Caleb and Hannah. The family enjoys spending quality time together, participating in activities such as cycling, hiking, and camping. Sang is an avid cyclist and has participated in events such as the Grand Fondo in 2022 and Tour de Cure in 2023. He also enjoys running, golfing, and snowboarding.

Thank you, Sang, for your efforts to shape our shared future!

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