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Leif Johnson

Structural Engineering Director

Leif is licensed structural engineer with over 19 years of experience designing high-profile civic structures, museums and performing arts centers throughout the United States. He serves as the Structural Engineering Director and Seattle office lead for StructureCraft, and his portfolio at StructureCraft includes the St. Elizabeth Pavilion in Washington D.C. and the mass timber office buildings of 705 Genesee in Wisconsin and 619 Ponce in Atlanta.

Leif earned his undergraduate degree in Physics from Lawrence University in Wisconsin and his undergraduate and master’s degrees in civil and structural engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. After graduation in 2004, Leif won the Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill Structural Engineering Traveling Fellowship, where he toured Europe to study structures inspired by natural forms for his thesis “Nature as Inspiration: Tools for Structural Art”.

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