Matthew Loeffler is a key executive in our Structural Engineering practice. He has designed numerous high-profile projects worldwide over the course of his career. He is a detail-driven project manager responsible for performance, supervision and coordination of structural design for projects of all types. Matt specializes in design and documentation of structural steel and conventionally reinforced and pre-stressed concrete, timber and masonry structures for both new construction and renovation projects. His extensive project list includes the United States Capitol Visitor Center in Washington, D.C., the 42-story Warsaw Trade Tower in Poland, and the St. Agnes Hospital tower expansion and the Alex Brown Building, both in Baltimore, Maryland. He has also worked on U.S. embassies in numerous countries.
M.S., Architectural Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
B.A., Architecture, Princeton University
Matt believes in leading by example in his professional and personal lives.