Whether through the design or construction phase, every project has its challenges. But when you look at the finished structure, all the hard work and effort suddenly seems worth it.

With nearly 40 years in the architecture, engineering and construction industry, Mike DeLashmit has a deep understanding of complex structures and the field support necessary to get them built efficiently and effectively. He acts as a liaison between design and construction teams, ensuring inter-disciplinary coordination, teamwork and overall quality control.

Notable Project Work
During his nearly 20-year career with the firm, Mike has been involved in a variety of projects including commercial high-rise buildings, highway bridges, airport terminals, public tramways, theaters, hotels and gaming facilities, public aquariums and more than a dozen sports and entertainment facilities. He has worked on many of Thornton Tomasetti’s high-profile projects. These include Yankee Stadium, The New York Times Building and New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City, U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Las Vegas CityCenter in Nevada, and Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.

Outside of Work
Mike and wife Kitty, a construction document control consultant for the firm, are empty nesters. They make relocating for project assignments around the U.S. easier with the use of a 45-foot motorhome. Mike also enjoys playing the guitar, woodworking and training the family’s German Shepherd to become a mobility assistance dog.

• Field inspections and investigations
• Construction administration
• Non-destructive testing