Greg Freeman has extensive experience in structural engineering, and performs analysis and design for all types of building projects, with a specialization in tensioned fabric and cable structures. Greg has made significant contributions to a wide variety of projects for public and private clients in the United States and abroad. He was construction support services project manager for Argentina’s award-winning La Plata Stadium, noted for its innovative twin-peaked fabric domed roof. His other credits include project management for the NV@Harborpoint Apartments in Stamford, Connecticut, the tensile roof structure at the Staten Island Children’s Museum, the first project of its kind to combine photovoltaic film panels with a PTFE-coated fiberglass membrane, and the design of the 540-foot-wide iconic canopy for the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana, and has managed a large number of other projects, ranging from the Gramercy Starck Apartments in New York City to the structural evaluation of the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Philippines. Greg is a member of the ASCE/SEI-19 Structural Applications of Steel Cables for Buildings Standards Committee, which prescribes industry requirements for the design of cable-supported structures.
M.S., Civil Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
B.S., Civil Engineering, Columbia University
Greg enjoys the challenge of creating the complex, yet strikingly beautiful geometries that can be achieved with tensile structures.