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Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, UC Berkeley, 1958 Graduate Studies – Business and Engineering, USC, UCLA, CSULB

American Society of Civil Engineers

Structural Engineers Association of Southern California, L A Chapter

International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions


Project Management Institute

Themed Entertainment Association

American Railway Engineering Association Construction Specifications Institute

Professional Registrations

Registered Civil & Structural Engineer, State of California, 1966 through present.  Also registered in Nevada and Florida.

Professional Affiliations




Professional Experience

Mr. Bingham has a career spanning 45 years in the area of civil and structural engineering, encompassing all areas of production and management, with specialization in construction systems, prototype development, quality control of unique entertainment systems, finite element stress analysis, mechanical stress analysis and design, and computer applications relative to budgetary and scheduling aspects of projects.

Mr. Bingham has worked for the Division of the State Architect Structural Safety Section and was responsible for the review of plans and construction supervision of school buildings.  This foundation has given him a good knowledge of the code and procedures required in school construction.

Mr. Bingham started Entertainment Engineering as a branch office of John A. Martin & Associates in 1987.  Under his supervision, EEI has provided structural engineering, mechanical design and project management for such unique projects as Universal Studios Earthquake attraction in Los Angeles and King Kong attraction in Florida.  EEI was also responsible for the structural upgrade and new site development projects of Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City.

While serving as Director of Operations for John A. Martin & Associates, Inc. Mr. Bingham’s responsibilities included job planning, scheduling and cost controls for over one billion dollars worth of construction per year.

Previous to his experience with John A. Martin & Associates, Mr. Bingham held the position of Chief Structural Engineer for Walt Disney Imagineering for six years.  While at WDI he was responsible for the structural development, design and construction phase services, and the management aspects of coordinating all structural work of the Architectural & Engineering teams for the EPCOT projects and providing the structural interface for the facility, show, and ride systems.