Our work balances form, schedule, sustainability, constructability and budget.
A concrete high-rise office building adjacent to an operational rail yard, designed without sacrificing on style.
How to build a 101-story, 2.6-million-square-foot office tower, the tallest at Hudson Yards, atop an operational rail yard.
What began as a maintenance project quickly shifted to a recovery and forensic investigation.
Inspired by traditional Ottoman architecture, the Arter provides a new home for an ever-growing modern art collection.
‘Phase 3,’ a key part of the regeneration of the Battersea Power station site in London, is one of the most exciting and innovative mixed-use neighbourhoods in the world.
The development holds the Massachusetts record for the largest contiguous concrete pour, requiring eight active pumps to pour 800 loads of concrete in 13 hours.
Careful design and collaboration brought everything into harmony for this high-end theater and events center.
Reducing CO2 emissions is a global challenge. Carbon capture can help make the world safer today, tomorrow and beyond.
From world’s fair pavilion to world-class arena – we provided structural and construction engineering to transform a historic venue into a first-class sports and event facility.
When renovating an architectural icon, making the right choices to preserve its historical significance is essential.
The Gina Krog offshore production platform is supported by a structure of 17,000 tons, more than twice the weight of the Eiffel Tower.
Today’s libraries encourage community gathering. But balancing noisy groups with quiet reading takes ingenious acoustical design.
The Helmsley Building restoration sets a precedent for repairing historic terra cotta.
Protecting history, redeveloping on a delicate footprint and setting a new sustainability benchmark. All at once.
Combating risk is our specialty. To protect buildings from threats—in this case, hostile vehicles—we develop tailored solutions, informed on investigations of past events.
Vertical plans for this hospital – one of the tallest in the US – rose to new heights thanks to a last-minute, $100 million grant.
We combine inspired engineering and regional knowledge to reach new heights in ultratall building design.
By advancing testing methods, diagnoses and treatments, our digital models of the human heart can help transform healthcare – and improve patients’ lives.
With its striking design, the Ministry of Taxation Tower adds a new twist to the Baku skyline.
Rebuilding Chicago’s #1 tourist destination wasn’t easy. We pulled back layers of history, went under and over the water, and wove in reinforcements.
How do you construct a supertall building next to one of the world’s busiest transit hubs, and on an accelerated schedule? Start early, and carefully model the entire structure.
The modern world is on the move. To keep up with millions of air passengers today means building an airport for tomorrow.
Stronger hurricanes are devastating coastal communities. In the aftermath, we act fast and get it done right to help rebuild. For the future, we are working to better protect them.
In 2017 and 2018, three vehicular attacks on the public in Melbourne, Australia, resulted in 47 injuries and nine deaths.
When the U.K. Royal Navy sources a range of pump sets for new or upgraded vessels, it needs to know: Are they battle ready?
The new Saint Nicholas National Shrine at the World Trade Center replaces a church destroyed in the September 11 terrorist attacks.
New technologies to protect buildings and critical infrastructure from seismic hazard may come from a surprising place: advances in metamaterial science, proven in the defense sector.
What if we could have investigated Minnesota’s I-35 Bridge three months before it collapsed? With the Sherman Minton Bridge, we had that chance.
For facilities with a critical mission, security is paramount. With expertise in structural engineering and protective design, we make sure they’re safe.
Reinventing what a sustainable, resilient, people-first community can be – by creating a neighborhood out of thin air.
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we helped one of New York’s largest hospitals prepare to accommodate a potential deluge of patients.
In Las Vegas’ largest arena, excitement can reach epic levels. But as the energy builds, our solutions keep things rock solid.
Across the country, buildings face increasing human-caused dangers. We help find weak points and fix them before they’re compromised.
Our innovative resilience strategy safeguarded MSKCC’s premier cancer center from flooding – while vastly improving the patient experience.
How do we make an avant-garde arts center so flexible, it’s future-proof? Make it move, of course!
How does a hotel stand out in a crowded neighborhood in the entertainment capital of the world?
Designed to stand out along the banks of the Avon River, the theatre features a curved glass exterior finish contrasted by a brick veneer along the theatre walls.
How do you make one stadium perfect for summer and winter without breaking the bank? Explore all ideas and open new doors with kinetic design.
For the University of Oregon’s new Knight Campus, speed was critical. So was architectural and structural integrity. We helped achieve both.
Unique buildings need equally unique structures. Our custom solutions deliver them cost-effectively, with built-in efficiency and resilience.
Secure without obscuring. Protect without overpowering. For one of the most treasured national monuments in the US, our mission was to find just the right balance.
Expanding the retail and guest experience at one of Chicago's most popular tourist destinations.
The tallest building in the Western United States, the 1,100-foot Wilshire Grand redefines the Los Angeles skyline.
How do you minimize delays on rainy tournament days? With a retractable roof that opens and closes in 10 minutes.
Starting with a walk-through on September 11, 2001, we began a multi-year, far-reaching mobilization and coordination of engineering services.
We provided structural and protective design services for Calatrava's signature World Trade Center Transportation Hub.
The Al Menaa Sports Complex's roof was the first design for which we used a Grasshopper model for structural analysis.
The stadium's design is inspired by the ‘gahfiya,’ the traditional knitted skull cap worn throughout the region.
The 3.2 million-square-foot renovation contributes to the revitalization of Houston’s downtown business district.
The new lab space at Lincoln Yards is the first step in establishing Chicago as a leader in life sciences.
Luxury condo development Amaris features a curvilinear, stepped structure capturing sweeping views of the Potomac.
The first hangar built at O’Hare International Airport in three decades, "Hangar 2" replaced a smaller facility and improves the airline's aircraft and maintenance operations.
The pivot bearings of all five moveable roof panels of the stadium - supporting as much as 2,400,000 lbs. of steel and roofing - required replacement.
American Family Field, home of the MLB’s Milwaukee Brewers, was under construction when a 500-ton mobile crane collapsed onto the seating bowl of the stadium in 1999.