Matthew Huizinga is a versatile structural engineer who has worked on a variety of building types including numerous tall and supertall buildings worldwide. He was the project engineer on the 3,281 ft (1km) tall Jeddah Tower, a concrete tower that will be world’s tallest building upon completion. Matthew has a particular interest in the expansion of material capabilities, especially concrete, including research and development of high strength concrete and special mixtures. A natural collaborator, Matthew finds elegant and creative solutions to achieve design team goals and maximize efficiency while responding to the challenge of unique complications.
University of Texas at Austin, M.S. Structural Engineering, 2007
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, B.S. Civil Engineering, 2005
Matthew Huizinga was the project manager on several concrete highrise buildings such as One Bennett Park (840’) and Marquee at Block 37 (430’). Through active participation on American Concrete Institute technical committees, he remains engaged in the most innovative structural concrete design knowledge. He has worked on projects ranging from cultural centers, healthcare and education projects, such as the innovative Kalamazoo College Arcus Center. Matthew’s broad project experience and proficiency in analysis and modeling software allows him to successfully engage in all phases of design, coordination, and construction.
Registered Structural Engineer: IL
Registered Civil Engineer: MI
Los Angeles Tall Buildings Council
American Concrete Institute (ACI)
ACI Voting Member Technical Committee 445 Shear and Torsion and 445A Strut and Tie Modeling
American Institute of Structural Concrete (AISC)
Structural Engineers Association of Illinois (SEAOI)
Chicago Architecture Foundation