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Jason Ng

B.S. Civil and Architectural Engineering, Duke University

Jason is a civil engineer at Sasaki Associates and incoming MCP/MSRED dual masters candidate at MIT with a holistic passion for urbanism and the built environment. 

As an interdisciplinary practitioner, Jason collaborates with landscape architects, planners, urban designers, and ecologists to co-create sustainable and resilient site designs. His portfolio spans from master planning to built work, from sports fields to urban parks, and from Boston to Beijing. These projects include Bonnet Springs Park, Northwestern University Infrastructure Master Plan, Princeton University Athletics Facilities, Reston Town Center, The Ellinikon, and Town Branch Park, among others. 

Jason is motivated by the prospect of building communities and places that are at once beautiful and functional, human-centered and environmentally-sensitive, economically vibrant and socially equitable. His interests vary from resilience and green infrastructure to community engagement and social justice. At MIT, Jason seeks to expand his skillsets into real estate development (especially retail, mixed use, and commercial), planning, and project management. In his academic pursuits, he also hopes to explore how LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities manifest in the built environment, and learn best practices to foster their growth and vitality. He received his bachelor’s degree in civil and architectural engineering at Duke University. 

Outside of work, Jason leads a group dedicated to LGBTQ+ Asian-American professionals in greater Boston called NAAAP PRIDE. A proud midwest-born, queer, 2nd generation mixed-Chinese and Vietnamese American, he loves to explore topics related to intersectionality and identity. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, CrossFit, and exploring cities.