Steven K. Lui, PE



Steven Lui came to the Unites States from his native Hong Kong in 1992. After completing his post-graduate studies in 1994, he started his career in New York City and joined Severud Associates in 1998 as an engineer. Three years later, he advanced to associate and has been successfully serving clients in this role for more than 20 years. With two and a half decades of experience, Steven has a thorough understanding of almost every structural system, including high-rise and long-span construction. In addition, he has worked on projects involving physical security and blast loading. Steven has engineered many challenging projects such as the expansion of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment in New Jersey. His other notable work includes the new corporate headquarters at 270 Park Avenue and the redevelopment of 390 Madison Avenue, both in Manhattan, as well as the expansion of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia.


Steven is licensed as a structural engineer in Utah and as a professional engineer in New York and Connecticut. He earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the National Taiwan University and a Master of Science in civil engineering from the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York.