Mei Ling is a Principal Geotechnical Engineer at PSM with nearly 13 years of experience working in civil infrastructure and tunnelling projects in Australia and New Zealand. Her experiences include earthworks, geotechnical design, geotechnical construction phase services, temporary works design, tunnel design and ground movement impact assessment. Mei Ling’s major project involvement includes M2 Tunnel Expansion, Wynyard Walk, WestConnex – M4E, Transmission Gully, Sydney Metro City and Southwest, Cross River Rail and Western Harbour Tunnel South. She was the Section Lead and Settlement and Predicted Effects Lead for the Cross River Rail project.
Mei Ling was awarded the Golden Jubilee Scholarship in 2008 for her undergraduate studies in the University of New South Wales (UNSW), graduated in 2010 obtaining first class honours. She completed her Master of Engineering Science (Geotechnical Engineering & Engineering Geology) in 2013.
Mei Ling has a keen interest in temporary works design where she had designed crane and piling rig working platforms, temporary access ramp, temporary sump excavation, soil nail walls, and temporary shafts for various projects.
She is also keen in ground movement impact assessment where she has been involved in undertaking predicted effects assessment for existing infrastructure including buried services, railway tunnels and surface railways due to the excavation works in the vicinity of the infrastructure.
Mei Ling is an RPEQ and NER. Mei Ling has published several technical papers and presented at conferences.
Mei Ling’s field of special competence include:
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