Scott’s digital modeling enables clients and contractors alike to better visualize and more fully understand the nuances of the project.

Scott Schneider is a member of Thornton Tomasetti’s Structural Engineering Practice. He has nearly 15 years of experience designing and managing complex building projects.

Design Diversity
Scott’s design flexibility is reflected in his portfolio, which consists of a diverse mix of government, cultural, office, residential and hospitality work. He has been involved in such notable projects as the 1000 Avenue at Port Imperial luxury condominium complex in Weehawken, New Jersey, the 2-million-square-foot United States Department of Transportation Headquarters in Washington, D.C., El Museo del Barrio in New York City and the U.S. Embassy in London, U.K., as well as several other U.S. embassies and federal buildings.

BIM Expertise
Scott has a strong background in digital design and building information modeling. He uses a range of technologies and approaches throughout all phases of a project, improving coordination and collaboration while keeping on schedule and within budget. Through his work for such organizations as the New York Building Congress, Scott continues to advance ideas on how building information can be leveraged to assist in the fabrication and construction processes.

Outside of Work
Scott has two children under the age of five who keep him very busy. When he does find some time, he enjoys hockey, golf and home improvement projects.

Expertise
• Structural engineering and analysis
• Building information modeling
• Sustainable design