Pham Structural Engineering offers comprehensive structural engineering services for residential, commercial and institutional structures. From the preparation of construction documents to evaluation reports, we tailor our service to suit your requirements.

Pham Structural Engineering has experience in the design and construction of all major materials including concrete, steel, timber, masonry, aluminum and glass. The firm also provides services related to the rehabilitation and seismic upgrade of existing structures.

We pride ourselves on having a dynamic team of individuals who have hands-on experience and are licensed to practice structural engineering throughout Canada and the United States.



Pham Structural Engineering's key objective is to meet and exceed our clients' expectations throughout all phases of their projects.

We understand that any given project is more than just structure. The structural components must integrate with the whole structure and function efficiently for the user. Construction cost, life cycle cost, constructability, and flexibility for the user should be taken into consideration when choosing a structural system. Our aim is to provide an economical structure that complements the architect's design, facilitates the construction process and meets the requirements of the client and end user.

Our firm's success is built on our strong work ethic, exceptionally talented and qualified staff, highly collaborative approach to project partners and ability to provide client responsiveness, cutting edge technical excellence, economical, innovative, and practical structural engineering solutions.



Hoang Pham

M.S., P.Eng., Struct.Eng., P.E., S.E. | Principal

Hoang worked for several well-known consulting firms in Canada and the United States before founding his own firm. Hoang has worked on single-family houses; multi-family townhomes, apartments and condominiums; commercial, institutional and industrial projects. He is well versed in the structural design of concrete (cast-in-place, tilt-up and prestressed), timber, steel, light gage steel, masonry, aluminum and glass.