Matthew Farber has an extensive background in the structural design, analysis and management of projects of various types and sizes. His work includes professional and collegiate sports venues, secondary and higher-education facilities and commercial office buildings. Matt has been involved in a number of complex and ambitious assignments, often operating under tight schedules and budgets, and is known for his simple, straight-forward and project-appropriate solutions. His project credits include the renovations of the Seattle Center Arena in Washington State and Chicago’s iconic Wrigley Field, U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville and 22-story corporate headquarters building in Jubail, Saudi Arabia. In addition to his project work, Matt is responsible for overseeing our Kansas City operations. He particularly enjoys mentoring younger engineers, knowing that the future of the industry and our firm will one day be in their hands.
M.S., Civil Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Matt manages a youth mentoring program that set two Guinness World Records by designing and building the tallest structure made of Lincoln Logs.