Scott was previously with Santiago Calatrava, working on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas and the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York City.

Scott Lomax has more than 16 years of experience in structural design and project management, specializing in engineering for complex steel structures including bridges, long-span and unique specialty structures. He joined Thornton Tomasetti in 2012 after nine years with architecture and engineering firm Santiago Calatrava, where he worked on projects in Europe, the United States and Latin America. Scott’s experience has given him a keen appreciation of the need for collaboration, flexibility and understanding among the various disciplines required for complex architecturally exposed structural steel projects.

Notable Projects
His portfolio includes the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York City; the 1,200-foot Margaret Hunt Hill vehicular bridge in Dallas; Museu Do Amanha in Rio de Janeiro; the 740-foot span Reggio Emilia vehicular bridge in Italy; and the York and Lancaster Millennium footbridges in the United Kingdom.

Contributing to the Profession
Scott is a visiting assistant professor at Pratt Institute and an advisory board member for The Urban Assembly School of Design and Construction in New York City. He has also co-authored articles about his bridge design work for several industry publications including Structural Engineer.

Outside of Work
Scott relaxes with travel and sports. When time permits (which is challenging with an infant son), he is a keen football (soccer) player and enjoys skiing, golf and squash. He has also completed both an Olympic-distance triathlon and a half Ironman. Scott lived in Spain for five years and plans to return someday to walk the Camino de Santiago.

• Long-span design
• Project management
• Structural design