With hundreds of sports projects under our belt, our staff has the expertise to tackle any project, in any location. Planning, new design, construction support, sustainability consulting, investigations, repairs, renovations and expansions – we’ve done it all. We’ve collaborated with the world’s premier architects and design teams, building strong relationships that have enhanced our ability to deliver great projects.
Over the years, Thornton Tomasetti has found a special place in our collective hearts for baseball.
Chairman and CEO Tom Scarangello grew up a die-hard New York Yankees fan who served as the project principal for the design of the team’s new stadium in 2009. Managing Principal Mike Squarzini, also a Yankees fanatic, served as the project manager on the project.
Principal Jim Quinn of our New York Wall Street office, worked a souvenir stand at Shea Stadium from 1974 to 2003, and is one of several employees who supports the New York Mets (he paid the price for this when they lost the 2015 World Series).
Our Chicago office has provided structural services for both the Cubs and the White Sox in addition to The Curtis Granderson Stadium at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Our Kansas City office helped renovate Kauffman Stadium for the current World Champion Kansas City Royals. Our San Francisco team not only helped design AT&T Park, they’ve celebrated three recent World Series wins to boot.
As we welcome another opening day of Major League Baseball, we want to celebrate by taking a stroll down memory lane and look at the various professional, collegiate and training baseball facilities for which we’ve provided structural design, analysis and investigative services over the years.
(Note: Use the menu icon – – in the upper left on the map to toggle between the different facility types.)
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