Senior Associate and Project Manager at Rossetti
Over the course of his 17 years of practice, Sung has designed and successfully managed projects across the globe. He has worked as a designer and project manager on sports projects such as NFL stadiums, MLB ballparks, NBA/NHL arenas, MLS stadiums and collegiate facilities.
Rossetti Senior Associate and Project Manager, Sunghoog Jung, gave a presentation on sports facilities based on his unique and ample experience as a stadium designer.
He started his speech by explaining the importance of cooperation between the sports management teams and the design teams of stadiums. He emphasized that in order for a stadium to be successful it must accommodate to the fans’ in order for them to have a pleasant experience. By commutating the necessary foundation elements for a successful stadium, Mr. Jung provided practical and solid information on important factors to consider when designing sports.facilities
[Sung is listening to the student’s comments and questions regarding his lecture as he closes his lecture.]
Over the course of his 17 years of practice, Sung has designed and successfully managed projects across the globe. He has worked as a designer and project manager on sports projects such as NFL stadiums, MLB ballparks, NBA/NHL arenas, MLS stadiums and collegiate facilities.Mr. Jung developed his topic by explaining the process of operating stadiums to accommodate large-scale events.Sung’s collaborative approach has been the cornerstone on which he guides his project teams through client management and solution finding.
Listening to and interpreting the client’s vision and business goals is the key to his management and design successes. Sung’s expertise on sports facility planning and design has expanded to engage with thoughtful leaders in sports industry. He is sought after for his knowledge on strategic design and fan experience for sports venues, and lectures at sports conferences and universities in both United States and Korea.
[Sung is taking a photo with Kihan Kim, the Director of Dream Together Master Program and the students, shouting “fighting”]