As a former sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, Stan provided support for an F-4 Phantom Squadron in Vietnam in 1972.

Stan Welton’s 36 years of structural engineering experience covers a range of project types including sports and convention centers, airports, hospitals, high-rise and commercial buildings, and residential.

Expert in Management and Design of Long-Span Structures
Stan joined Thornton Tomasetti in 2012 from Martin/Martin, a Colorado-based structural engineering firm. His project highlights from that time include the History Center Colorado, Denver Justice Center, Colorado Convention Center and the Colorado Judicial Center. His specialty is the management and design of large and long-span structures. He was the Engineer of Record for the first moving roof stadium in the United States, Chase Field in Phoenix, and has worked on three more during his career, as well as 30 arenas throughout the country.

Since joining Thornton Tomasetti, Stan has been involved in the Denver Union Station “Block A” Hotel, a tech company headquarters and a Time Warner Data Center, all in Colorado; and Rogers Place and a 55-story tower in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, among other projects.

Outside of Work
Taking advantage of his mountainous surroundings, Stan likes to ski, snowboard and mountain bike. He also finds time to fit in golf and fly fishing, on flatter terrain.

Expertise
• Project management
• Structural engineering
• Long-span structures