Instructor, Civil Engineering
School of Construction and the Environment
Phyllis Chong is a structural engineer with over 12 years of experience in engineering consulting prior to joining the faculty in the department of Civil Engineering at BCIT.
Phyllis’s experience includes infrastructure and bridge engineering-related projects in Canada and the United States, where she has acted as Proposal Lead, Key Client Account Manager, Project Manager, Designer, Design Checker, and Analyst for bridge projects.
Phyllis has expertise and interest in the design of steel and concrete bridge structures, including various forms such as cable-stayed, suspension, arch, and girder bridges. She has also supported construction services for several bridge projects. Phyllis enjoys human interaction – in particular, attending professional conferences and building and fostering relationships. Through her previous managing role as a Group Lead, she provided leadership and direction to assigned staff.
M.A.Sc., Civil (Structural) Engineering, University of British Columbia, 2005
Thesis Title: "A Contribution to a Practical Approach to Corrosion Protection and Coating Maintenance of Steel Bridge Structures"
B.A.Sc. (Honours), Civil Engineering, University of British Columbia, 2003
P.Eng., British Columbia
Associated with the following program
- Civil Engineering - Full-time Bachelor of Engineering