Jordan Terry SEAssociate Salt Lake City, UT
"I have been fortunate in my career to work with many great teams who value a collaborative approach and finding creative solutions to complex problems".
- Discipline Structural Engineering
- Specialties Seismic Resiliency, Mass Timber, Project Management, Public Safety Facilities
- Education MS, Structural/Earthquake Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles BS, Civil Engineering, University of Utah
- Affiliations/Licensure Structural Engineers Association of Utah Lean Construction Institute (LCI) Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, Utah Chapter American Institute of Steel Construction
- Hobbies & Interests Building things, Coaching my kids' sports teams, and playing water polo
Jordan began his career with KPFF in 2006 and is recognized as a thoughtful leader who is unafraid to re-think traditional approaches to common challenges. In 2017, Jordan moved back home to Utah to open the Salt Lake City office for KPFF. Ever seeking to improve the practice and profession, Jordan leads practice improvement committees within KPFF and serves in various capacities in professional societies outside the office. Jordan is especially passionate about working with clients and stakeholders to improve the seismic resilience of our Wasatch Front Community. Jordan has been fortunate throughout his career to work with highly creative and collaborative teams to deliver a wide range of iconic projects. He has developed specific expertise in Higher Education, Healthcare, Civic and Public Safety Projects.