ANDREW LEUNG, P.E.
PRESIDENT, MANAGING PRINCIPAL
Andrew Leung P.E. joined the firm in 2003 and has held positions of Senior Project Manager, Principal in 2004, and Managing Principal / President in 2015. Andrew has been instrumental in establishing Yu as one of the leading firms in Geotechnical, Environmental and Site Civil Engineering Services in the Metropolitan New York/New Jersey area. He has P&L responsibility managing the firm's engineering consulting practice, providing leadership through change management to improve YU’s organization effectiveness and performance as well as expansion though long range planning.
Mr. Leung has over 35 years of technical and project management experience in geotechnical and environmental engineering for the planning, design, construction, and rehabilitation of various infrastructure civil works. His experience includes the design and construction supervision of commercial and residential buildings, dams, instrumentation systems and performance monitoring for landfill and underground structures, design of shallow foundations and pile foundations for on-shore and marine structures and analysis of slopes in soil and rock. His environmental knowledge encompasses all phases of hazardous and solid waste management projects, including remedial design, hydraulic evaluations, geotechnical and geophysical investigations. Types of projects include land development and infrastructure design such as hotels, airports, ports, waterfront, sanitary landfills, dams, and residential and commercial buildings. Mr. Leung has earned outstanding recognition for his innovative business approach and commitment to client service. He was awarded the New Jersey Quality Initiative (NJQI) Award from NJDOT and was the recipient of the prestigious 50 Outstanding Asian Americans in Business award.
Mr. Leung’s motto: “Motivation and inspiration energize people, not by pushing them in the right direction but by satisfying basic human needs.” By John P. Kotter
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
University of London (UK)
Imperial College (UK) Short Courses