Chairman, Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Inc., Taipei, Taiwan
MS, Civil Engineering, 1937
Mr. Ku engaged in numerous public works in China as a civil engineer until 1945 when he first became manager of the Hanchung Hydroelectric Project, National Resources Commission. Over the years he has held a number of important positions with various companies until his latest position as chairman of Sinotech. These include director, Tienshui Power Station, NRC; and at the Taiwan Power Company, manager, Tien-Lung Hydroelectric Power Project; chief engineer, Shihmen Development Commission, vice president; and vice chairman, Tsengwen Reservoir Development Commission. A few of the large projects he has directed in the last seven years are: Tachien Dam ($130 million), Integrated Steel Mill ($900 million), Talin Thermal Plant ($263 million), No. 2 Nuclear Power Plant ($800 million), and Tsengwen Reservoir ($150 million). At Sinotech, many outstanding young Chinese engineers are being trained and promoted to high positions under Mr. Ku's guidance.
Current as of 1979.