Craig G. Huntington, S.E. has been President of Huntington Design Associates, Inc. since 1983. Previously, he worked in the San Francisco office of T.Y. Lin International, a firm renowned for innovative work in prestressed concrete and in bridge and transportation structures. Prior to that, he was an engineer at the New York City office of Geiger Berger Associates, where he participated in the design of the 4,500,000 sq. ft. Jeddah Hajj Airport Terminal and other major fabric tension structures.

In 2012, Huntington was named a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The published notice of his election stated that “Huntington’s designs are notable not only for technical excellence but also for visual elegance derived from the clear expression of structural action in form and detail”.  His engineering work has received awards from the California Preservation Foundation, the Industrial Fabrics Association International, and other organizations, His work was lauded in a 2013 Structural Engineer magazine cover story.

Huntington’s professional achievements include publications on tensioned fabric structures, reinforced concrete, fascia, aesthetics, and professional issues. He authored the book The Tensioned Fabric Roof, and is editor and co-author of the American Society of Civil Engineer’s report Tensile Fabric Structures: Design, Analysis, and Construction, and a chapter on recent North American developments for the book Fabric Structures in Architecture. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Fabric Architecture magazine, and Past President of the American Society of Civil Engineers Committee on Aesthetics in Design.

Huntington is licensed to practice civil and structural engineering in the State of California, and is a registered professional engineer in 14 other states. He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture and a Master of Engineering degree in Civil Engineering.