Chris Crilly has been involved in numerous high-profile design projects locally and around the globe. He is well-versed in the structural analysis and design of a variety of building types and materials and has particular expertise in concrete construction, including post-tensioned concrete design, and alternative project delivery methods. Chris has led structural engineering teams in the design of high-rise office and residential buildings, hotels, mixed-use and retail complexes and government facilities. He also has extensive experience in renovation and adaptive reuse projects. His award-winning portfolio includes the Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C., The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bloomberg Children’s Center and Sheikh Zayed Tower in Baltimore, Maryland, and the Norfolk Consolidated Courts Complex in Virginia. Chris is active in several industry organizations. He has co-authored numerous articles and papers and presented at conferences on some of the innovative solutions employed on his projects.
M.A.E., Structural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
B.A.E., Structural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
Chris led the structural engineering team for the design and construction of Mexico’s tallest building, the 279-meter-tall Torre Koi in Monterrey.