Steven Highfill leads the design and construction of complex, high-profile building and tunnel projects. He has extensive experience in underground construction, particularly in the development of alternative structural systems, underpinning and the design of measures to mitigate blast effects. Steve began his career in the Cambridge, Massachusetts, office working on notable building, transportation and infrastructure projects, including the Central Artery/Tunnel and Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority transit lines. Since relocating to New York, he has been involved in a range of new design and investigation projects. His portfolio includes permanent re-support of subway stations for the Dey Street Concourse, part of the Fulton Center transit center and retail complex, underpinning existing buildings for the 72nd Street Station for the Second Avenue tunnel project, reconstruction of MTA’s Bleecker Street Station and the permanent re-support of the 1 Line subway as part of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub.
B.S., Civil Engineering, Northeastern University
B.A., Mathematics, Drury University
Steve enjoys working closely with talented professionals to resolve challenging technical problems.