Kyle Krall oversees our work in the Middle East. He leads all our practices in the region, coordinating closely with offices around the globe that service clients in the Middle East. Kyle has a depth of experience in the structural design of commercial, sports, residential and mixed-use buildings, in both steel and concrete. He joined Thornton Tomasetti’s New York City office in 1995 and established the firm’s Middle East operations in 2008. Some of his notable projects include the Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium in Al Ain, UAE, The New York Times Building in New York City, and Al Maryah Central Mall and the Sowwah Square peer review and site observation, both of which are in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Kyle is a member of the Society of Engineers in the UAE. He has coauthored numerous technical papers and lectured at engineering conferences around the world.
M.S., Civil Engineering, Columbia University
B.S., Architectural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
Kyle serves on the industry advisory boards for Abu Dhabi University’s civil engineering department and the American University of Dubai’s department of architecture.