Our structural engineering, façade engineering and kinetic mechanization design teams collaborated with the architect to design an innovative building that features a series of operable panels in a glass end-wall that pivot to provide natural ventilation and access to the west plaza.
To intimate spaces for reflection
Cathedral of Hope, Interfaith Peace Chapel Dallas, Texas
Mike Palumbo photo
The 8,000-square-foot, 225-seat Interfaith Peace Chapel was originally designed during the 1990s by renowned architect Philip Johnson to serve as the cornerstone of the Cathedral of Hope’s campus.
From attaining great lengths
Epic, Deep Space Auditorium Verona, Wisconsin
Vakaris Renetskis / Thornton Tomasetti
Excavated into a hillside to preserve views throughout the scenic campus, the auditorium for Epic Systems Corporation extends 74 feet underground and is covered by a six acre green roof with vertical glazing for daylight.
We are providing structural design services for Kingdom Tower, which will become the world’s tallest building at more than 1,000 meters.
From determining the cause of structural failures
I-35W Bridge Collapse Minneapolis, Minnesota
We were engaged to investigate the cause of the August 1st collapse of the 1,900-foot-long Interstate Highway 35 West bridge over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, in which about 145 people were injured and 13 died.
To assessing damage after natural disasters
Response to CAT-90 Sandy New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
Drawing on expertise from across our firm, we quickly assembled a team of forensic specialists to address a wide range of responses to Sandy, which made landfall near Atlantic City, N.J. on Oct. 29, 2012.
From environmentally healthy spaces
De Anza College Media & Learning Center Cupertino, Calif.
The award-winning Charles M. Harper Center is a 415,000-square-foot, five-story graduate academic facility located on the University’s main Hyde Park campus.
To global hubs for business
Seoul International Financial Center (SIFC) Seoul, Korea
Courtesy GS Construction
The Seoul International Financial Center (SIFC) is an eight acre, 5.4 million-square-foot development features three A-grade office towers, a five-star hotel, and seven levels below-grade for both parking and retail.
Our solutions balance multiple objectives.
Our objectives include form, function, schedule, sustainability, constructability and budget.