Brendan Hasty is a Structural Engineer with extensive experience in residential, aged care, education, and commercial/mixed-use development projects. His expertise extends beyond the typical structures found in architecture as he has designed The Pattern Table, a sculpture installed on top of the Emily McPherson building. Hasty's engineering skills combined with his passion for computational analysis led him to develop structural design tools that allow architects to make informed decisions in real-time.
Aside from his engineering background, Hasty is also a former President of the Mount Baw Baw Ski Patrol, where he gained valuable experience in mediation and incident management while responding to emergencies. He is multilingual and currently learning Chinese, which will be useful as China's economic links continue to grow. Hasty also practices Karate and has achieved a 2nd Dan (second-degree black belt), specializing in a traditional style called GoJu Kiais.
Hasty's profile is an excellent asset for companies looking for a structural engineer with diverse skills, multi-disciplinary background, and a proven ability to develop innovative design solutions.