Robert Treece oversees our operations in the Midwestern United States. His diverse background includes the structural design, analysis and peer review of various building types as well as emergency response, damage assessment and structural evaluation work. Robert specializes in leading structural engineering teams in the design of professional and collegiate sports and public assembly projects. His portfolio ranges from state-of-the-art venues like U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Texas Christian University’s Amon G. Carter Stadium in Ft. Worth to cutting-edge eSports arenas such as Esports Stadium Arlington in Texas, the largest professional competitive video gaming facility in North America. He works in close coordination with owners, architects and others on the project team to create spaces that provide users with a truly unique experience while mindful of budget, schedule and project objectives. Robert, who joined the firm in 2005, previously served as director of our Kansas City office.
M.S., Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
B.S, Civil Engineering, University of Missouri
Robert spent significant time in New Zealand in 2011 as a member of the firm’s Christchurch earthquake response team.