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Structural Renewal

Our multidisciplinary teams have spent decades helping clients with a wide range of renewal needs – which means we know how to solve your specific problem.

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Stabilization of Pratt University's main campus building. Thornton Tomasetti
Boyce Thompson Center Adaptive Re-use in Yonkers, New York. Thornton Tomasetti
The Dome of the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. Courtesy Architect of the Capitol
230 Park Avenue in Manhattan. Thornton Tomasetti
McMullen Museum of Art and University Conference Center at Boston College. © Robert Benson Photography
Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building & Louis A. Simpson International Building at Princeton University in New Jersey. (c) Ricardo Barros
The Willis Tower Repositioning in Chicago. Thornton Tomasetti
Wrigley Field renovations in Chicago. Thornton Tomasetti
The Saieh Hall for Economics at the University of Chicago. Thornton Tomasetti
Structural renewal and historic envelope restoration for the Empire State Building in Manhattan. Courtesy Alexander Severin Architectural Photography
200 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Thornton Tomasetti
Navy Pier in Chicago, IL. Vito Palmisano

Whatever your renewal or renovation needs, we have the experience, expertise and tools needed to provide the best solution to your project challenge.

  • We know how to repair structural damage or deterioration. We know how to perform alterations. We know how to enhance structures to meet current code.
  • Our experts can provide you with advanced computational analysis and analytical methods to achieve innovative, code-compliant rehabilitation strategies.
  • We develop sensible, project-appropriate approaches, including reducing material weight to lessen demand, using effective alternatives like fiber-reinforced polymers, concealing reinforcement behind historic finishes, and integrating supplementary diaphragms and internal framing.
  • Extending the useful life of an existing structure is one of the best ways to limit the impact of building materials on climate change. Because a building’s structural components contain the bulk of its embodied carbon, rehabilitation and adaptive reuse can provide meaningful embodied carbon reduction when compared to demolition and new construction.

We also have experience with regulatory and milestone structural inspections, including the 2022 Florida Senate Bill 4-D (SB-4D) that established a statewide inspection program for condominium and co-op buildings three or more stories tall.

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