Patrick Jung

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Patrick Jung



Main office location Seattle, WA

Year started in industry 1989

Year started at Säzän 2006

Project types/specialty

Healthcare, High-Tech, Office Space, Commercial

Patrick is a Senior Mechanical Engineer and Principal in the Seattle office. He began his career in the engineering industry in 1989 and joined Säzän Group in 2006. He has a Professional Engineering (PE), and Mechanical license in Arizona, California, Hawaii, and Washington. Over his 30+ year career, Patrick has evaluated and designed HVAC and plumbing systems, calculated heating and cooling loads, compiled LEED® documentation, and provided construction administration services on public and private projects, ranging from small tenant improvement projects of a hundred SF to a new 380,000 SF high-rise office building in downtown Seattle. He works closely with design team members, contractors, and owners to deliver technically sound mechanical designs that are economically practical, energy-efficient, and fully operational at project close-out. He leads the firm’s QA/QC process as an important part of design, capturing inconsistencies that may have a significant impact during construction.

Patrick has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington. He is actively involved with several organizations, including the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air- Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and is a Mentor in the ACE Mentor Program.

Patrick is driven to succeed in everything he does; he is persistent, and thoughtful, and takes pride in delivering high quality and value work to his clients.

Dream job (if you weren’t working here!)?
Own a bicycle shop
Mountains, coast, or desert?
Coast for the water
Drink of choice?
What is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten?
Live squid in LA
Dream vacation?
Flyfishing in New Zealand
Favorite project. Why?
Boeing 737 Max office TI. No infrastructure was in place, so everything had to be implemented.