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Capital One HallA high-end theater and events center – the community cornerstone of a mixed-use development – shares space with some noisy neighbors. Careful design and collaboration brought everything into harmony.
Thornton Tomasetti announces that Managing Principal John Abruzzo, P.E., S.E., and Senior Principals Elisabeth Malsch, Ph.D., P.E., and Peggy Van Eepoel, P.E., F.SEI have been elected to the firm’s board of directors for two-year terms.
When COVID-19 cases surged in the spring of 2020, and again last winter, our engineers, scientists and programmers lent a hand. Here are a few of the ways we helped our clients and communities meet some immediate challenges.
Islam Hussein has joined as a vice president and is charged with the launch of the firm’s new Space Systems group, an advanced science and technology research and development program targeting the space systems industry.
Managing Principal Mark J. Tamaro, Senior Engineer Jennifer Greenawalt and Principal Zachary D. Kates have received the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Design Award for their technical paper, “Naked Concrete,” about the innovative structural system of 1900 Reston Metro Plaza in Reston, Virginia.
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.
Managing Principal Mark J. Tamaro and Senior Associate Chris Crilly have received the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Design Award for their technical paper, “Concrete Pushes Mexico to New Heights,” about Mexico’s tallest building, Torre KOI.