Stephan’s portfolio includes the multi-award-winning Bloomberg Tower in New York City, lauded by engineering, urban design and concrete industry groups.

Stephan Eisenreich has 13 years of award-winning experience in the structural analysis and design of tenant fit-outs, renovations and new construction for commercial, mixed-use and residential buildings. His expertise includes seismic analysis; familiarity with ACI, AISC and local building codes; shop drawing review; and construction field inspections. Stephan joined Thornton Tomasetti in 2001 and has worked in the New York, London and Los Angeles offices.

A Diverse Portfolio with High-Profile Projects
His portfolio includes commercial and residential towers, hospitals, and cultural, educational and sports facilities in the U.S., Asia and the Middle East. He was the project manager for the 2013 fast-track renovation of the historic Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, home of the UCLA Bruins and football’s famed New Year’s Day playoff game. Currently, Stephan is working on the Wilshire Grand Center, slated to be the tallest building in the western United States when it is completed in 2017.

Outside of Work
Stephan is from Dresden, Germany, and maintains his fluency in German by traveling home when his busy schedule allows.

Expertise
• Project delivery
• Seismic analysis
• Structural engineering
• Specialty analysis