Hyong-gi has worked exclusively on parking structures for over 15 years, and has led or contributed to over 100 projects. A licensed architect, he has project experience throughout the Parking Lifecycle from early parking studies to full Parking Structure Design to ADA upgrades of existing structures.
An active member of the Urban Land Institute and the US Green Building Council, Hyong-gi has written on topics such as Parking’s Role in the Reimagined Corporate Campus, Parking Design That Enhances Multifamily Development and The EV Evolution: Trends, Applications, and Infrastructure Shaping the Future of Electric Vehicles.
“As adoption of electric vehicles increases, so does the need for charging infrastructure," says Hyong-gi. "From meeting current code guidelines to understanding the different types of charging stations to managing electrical load and efficiency, our team understands the current challenges posed by EV charging technology and can help you navigate them.”
Master in Architecture
Bachelor of Engineering in Architecture
- Architect (#C33279), CA (9/19/11)
- American Institute of Architects
- US Green Building Council
- Parksmart (formerly the Green Parking Council)
- Design Build Institute of America
- International Parking & Mobility Institute