Marjorie Lund is the majority owner and managing principal of Lund Opsahl. Her experience in structural engineering and as a business manager is extensive and includes more than 30 years of designing and building commercial structures, educational facilities, community centers, recreational facilities, and medical buildings. In addition, her resume includes many seismic renovations and master plan site-development studies.
She has been recognized locally as well as nationally for her work in the field of structural engineering. Most notably receiving the 2009 AISC Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel: Merit Award for Projects $75M and Greater, a national award for innovative structural applications and cost-saving measures.
Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Marjorie to the Washington State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors in 2016. Using the knowledge and experience gained from a successful career, she will help guide the Board’s mission to uphold public safety through licensing and policy.
Marjorie is dedicated to incorporating sustainable design practices in all of her projects. In 2009 she established the Sustainability Committee for the Structural Engineers Association of Washington. That year she also published an article on sustainability of the award winning Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center in Modern Steel Construction magazine.