Tod Rittenhouse has an extensive background in structural and protective design work as well as renovations. Throughout his career, Tod has built up a diverse project portfolio that includes office buildings, educational facilities, museums, embassies and government buildings and laboratory facilities worldwide. In addition to designing complex structures and the restoration of historic buildings, he is also well-known as an expert in safeguarding structures. Tod has completed more than 500 protective design evaluation and hardening projects including numerous U.S. embassies around the world, the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C. and Oklahoma City Federal Building in Oklahoma.
B.S., Civil Engineering, Columbia University
B.S., Physics, Fordham University
Tod served on the U.S. Department of State’s Industry Advisory Panel, providing guidance on the construction and maintenance of secure and functional facilities for U.S. diplomatic missions worldwide.