|Man-Chung Tang PE|
|Education||Chu Hai College, TU Darmstadt|
|Institutions||Dist.M.ASCE, NAE, FIStructE|
|Practice name||T. Y. Lin International|
|Awards||IStructE Gold Medal
IABSE International Award of Merit in Structural Engineering
In 1938, Tang was born in Zhaoqing, Guangdong Province, China. In 1959, Tang received his engineering degree from the Chu Hai College in Hong Kong. In 1963, Tang received his engineering degree from the Technical University of Darmstadt (TU Darmstadt), Western Germany. In 1965, Tang obtained doctor of engineering degree from TU Darmstadt.
In 1965, Tang joined the Oberhausen GHH in Western Germany. In 1968, Tang worked for the Severud & Associates in New York City, USA. In 1978, Tang founded for the DRC - an engineering consultancy company. In 1983, Tang founded the Contech - an engineering consultancy company, too. In 1994, Tang founded the DRC in Chongqing, China, now it's China branch of the T.Y.LIN International.
Awards and honors
Tang holds Honorary Professorship at many universities internationally, including Tsinghua University in Beijing, Tongji University in Shanghai, Southeast University in Nanjing, Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, Chongqing Jiaotong University in Chongqing, Dalian Institute of Technology in Dalian.
- Member, United States National Academy of Engineering, elected in 1995;
- Foreign Member, Chinese Academy of Engineering;
- Honorary Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers, elected in 1995;
- In 1999, Roebling Award;
- In 1998, John A. Roebling Medal for lifetime achievement in bridge engineering;
- In 2010, Outstanding Projects And Leaders (OPAL) Award, from American Society of Civil Engineers.
- In 2010, Award of Merit from IABSE (International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering);
- In 2013, the Gold Medal of the Institution of Structural Engineers
List of Tang's projects
- Seohae Grand Bridge, South Korea; Lapu Arch Bridge, China;
- San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, Oakland, California;
- Sidney Lanier Bridge, New Brunswick, Georgia;
- Second New Haeng Ju Bridge, South Korea;
- Talmadge Memorial Bridge, Savannah, GA:
- Yangpu Bridge, Shanghai, China:
- Annacis Island Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- Nanjing Yangtze Bridge, China;
- Humen (Bocca Tigris) Bridge, Guandgdong, China;
- Tagus River Bridge, Lisbon, Portugal;
- Xiamen Harbor Bridge, Xiamen, China:
- Penang Bridge, Malaysia;
- Sunshine Skyway Bridge, St. Petersburg, FL;
- ALRT Fraser River Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada;
- Baytown Bridge, Houston TX;
- Denny Creek Bridge, WA;
- Shubenacadie River Bridge, Nova Scotia;
- Knie Bridge, Düsseldorf, Germany;
- Pine Valley Bridge, CA;
- Kipapa Stream Bridge, HI;
- Duisburg Neuenkamp Bridge, Duisburg, Germany;
- East Huntington Bridge, Huntington, WV;
- "MAN-CHUNG TANG, Dr. - Ing., P.E.Chairman of the Board, Technical Director". light-science.com. Retrieved Apr 13, 2010.
- "Biography of Man-Chung Tang" (in Chinese). Baidu Baike. Retrieved Apr 9, 2010.
- "Is Engineering Science or Art?" (pdf). Department of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University. March 2010. Retrieved Apr 13, 2010.
- "John A. Roebling Medal Winners". International Bridge Conference. Archived from the original on 2012-07-17. Retrieved Apr 13, 2010.
- "Outstanding Projects And Leaders (OPAL) Awards". American Society of Civil Engineers-ASCE. Archived from the original on 2008-01-23. Retrieved Apr 13, 2010.