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Thornton Tomasetti has completed the restoration and reconstruction of the Harlem Fire Watchtower in Marcus Garvey Park, which was unveiled to the public by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation on October 26th.
In pursuit of its goal to become the global driver of change and innovation in the industries it serves, Thornton Tomasetti’s board of directors announces the latest evolution in its leadership as the firm marks its 70th anniversary.
TTWiiN, the technology accelerator of Thornton Tomasetti, has announced that one of its portfolio companies OnScale received $10M in Series A funding led by Intel Capital and Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused venture capital fund.
Thornton Tomasetti has acquired Becker Structural Engineers, Inc., a Portland, Maine-based firm with specializations in mass timber, parking structures and highway bridge projects. The deal will expand the firm’s ability to serve clients in New England.
Excitement continues to build around The Shed, the new flexible multi-arts space at the center of Manhattan’s Hudson Yards development, as the first round of commissioned projects for the 2019 inaugural season were announced.
Vice Chairman Aine Brazil has achieved one of the highest professional distinctions awarded to an engineer. This week she was elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) in recognition for her leadership in the design of innovative buildings and for contributions to engineering literacy.
With the outside temperature forecast to be just 3 degrees Fahrenheit during this Sunday’s Super Bowl in Minneapolis, Minnesota, fans inside U.S. Bank Stadium can rest assured they’ll be warm wearing their favored team’s T-shirt.
With a steeply lofted roof, resembling a Viking longship at sea, and featuring the largest use of a transparent ETFE system in North America, the 1.7-million-square-foot venue is unlike any other to ever host the big game.