Thornton Tomasetti

Thornton Tomasetti

Thornton Tomasetti (formerly The Thornton-Tomasetti Group, Thornton Tomasetti Engineers, LZA Technology) is an American 1,200+ person structural engineering consulting firm headquartered in New York City. Founded in 1956 as Lev Zetlin & Associates, the 50-year-old company has office locations throughout the world. Wikipedia

Thornton Tomasetti

Thornton Tomasetti (formerly The Thornton-Tomasetti Group, Thornton Tomasetti Engineers, LZA Technology) is an American 1,200+ person structural engineering consulting firm headquartered in New York City. Founded in 1956 as Lev Zetlin & Associates, the 50-year-old company has office locations throughout the world. Wikipedia

  • Oct 25 at 5:02 PM
    Vice President Evan Lapointe from our West Hartford office snapped this beautiful shot of Manhattans VIA 57 West from the New Jersey side of the Hudson River while on site at The Avora in Weehawken. Thornton Tomasetti provided structural design and computational analysis services for VIA 57 West (@via57west), which opened in 2016, and is the engineer of record for the 11-story Avora (@avora800), a development of Landsea. Evan''s photo is one of the many creative images featured in the 2017 Thornton Tomasetti Photo Exhibition. You can view all the award-winning shots in our online galleries here -> http://bit.ly/ttPhotoExhibit2017. #thorntontomasetti
  • Oct 25 at 11:54 AM
    Stacking up well against the competition at this years @canstruction_boston was the @annbehaarch/Thornton Tomasetti team, which took home awards for Structural Ingenuity and Most Cans for their sculpture, Atlas! CANdemned for ETUNATY. Canstruction is a nonprofit organization that contributes to community food banks while showcasing the skills of design industry professionals, who compete to build structures made of food items. For this years theme, Folklore, Fairy Tales, and Mythical Creatures, the team depicted Atlas holding a 6-ft. diameter globe on his shoulders, constructed using more than 4,000 cans of tuna. The sculptures will remain on display at the Boston Society of Architects Space within Atlantic Wharf until Oct. 27, after which all of the canned goods will be donated to the Merrimack Valley Food Bank in Lowell, Massachusetts. #thorntontomasetti
  • Oct 19 at 2:16 PM
    Thornton Tomasetti has joined the ranks of several other high-tech innovators that have successfully applied physics in business. The firm has received the prestigious Institute of Physics 2017 Business Innovation Award for its use of airguns to conduct underwater shock testing. Presented last night at the Palace of Westminster in London, the award recognizes our cutting-edge airgun shock test method, which replaces more costly and environmentally harmful explosives testing of military vessels. The Thornton Tomasetti shock test method utilizes a patented application of seismic airguns that fire off high-pressure air under water, simulating explosive shockwaves without chemical by-products. Pictured at the award ceremony are Principal and Regional Leader of European Operations Phillip Thompson (center), Senior Associate Alex Whatley (right) and Labour Member of Parliament and Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland Lesley Laird. The UK-based IOP is a leading scientific society with worldwide membership working to advance physics for the benefit of all. Read more: http://bit.ly/2gnfCfF. #thorntontomasetti
  • Oct 18 at 4:06 PM
    A pattern in #architecture can serve as an aid in designing a building or an entire city. Think of #nytimesbuilding, the city of #Amsterdam, a cobblestone street. If you step back you will find beautifully aesthetic patterns everywhere in the built environment. But zoom in and look closely and you may notice small but wondrous details, the whorl in the head of a screw, a design on a door knocker, a bubbling piece of plaster on the Berlin Wall. For the 2017 #thorntontomasetti Photo Exhibition, we asked photographers to tweak their perspective just a little. Check out all the great photos of the built environment right here -> http://bit.ly/ttPhotoExhibit2017

Oct 25, 5:02 PM

Vice President Evan Lapointe from our West Hartford office snapped this beautiful shot of Manhattans VIA 57 West from the New Jersey side of the Hudson River while on site at The Avora in Weehawken. Thornton Tomasetti provided structural design and computational analysis services for VIA 57 West (@via57west), which opened in 2016, and is the engineer of record for the 11-story Avora (@avora800), a development of Landsea. Evan''s photo is one of the many creative images featured in the 2017 Thornton Tomasetti Photo Exhibition. You can view all the award-winning shots in our online galleries here -> http://bit.ly/ttPhotoExhibit2017. #thorntontomasetti

Oct 25, 11:54 AM

Stacking up well against the competition at this years @canstruction_boston was the @annbehaarch/Thornton Tomasetti team, which took home awards for Structural Ingenuity and Most Cans for their sculpture, Atlas! CANdemned for ETUNATY. Canstruction is a nonprofit organization that contributes to community food banks while showcasing the skills of design industry professionals, who compete to build structures made of food items. For this years theme, Folklore, Fairy Tales, and Mythical Creatures, the team depicted Atlas holding a 6-ft. diameter globe on his shoulders, constructed using more than 4,000 cans of tuna. The sculptures will remain on display at the Boston Society of Architects Space within Atlantic Wharf until Oct. 27, after which all of the canned goods will be donated to the Merrimack Valley Food Bank in Lowell, Massachusetts. #thorntontomasetti

Oct 19, 2:16 PM

Thornton Tomasetti has joined the ranks of several other high-tech innovators that have successfully applied physics in business. The firm has received the prestigious Institute of Physics 2017 Business Innovation Award for its use of airguns to conduct underwater shock testing. Presented last night at the Palace of Westminster in London, the award recognizes our cutting-edge airgun shock test method, which replaces more costly and environmentally harmful explosives testing of military vessels. The Thornton Tomasetti shock test method utilizes a patented application of seismic airguns that fire off high-pressure air under water, simulating explosive shockwaves without chemical by-products. Pictured at the award ceremony are Principal and Regional Leader of European Operations Phillip Thompson (center), Senior Associate Alex Whatley (right) and Labour Member of Parliament and Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland Lesley Laird. The UK-based IOP is a leading scientific society with worldwide membership working to advance physics for the benefit of all. Read more: http://bit.ly/2gnfCfF. #thorntontomasetti

Oct 18, 4:06 PM

A pattern in #architecture can serve as an aid in designing a building or an entire city. Think of #nytimesbuilding, the city of #Amsterdam, a cobblestone street. If you step back you will find beautifully aesthetic patterns everywhere in the built environment. But zoom in and look closely and you may notice small but wondrous details, the whorl in the head of a screw, a design on a door knocker, a bubbling piece of plaster on the Berlin Wall. For the 2017 #thorntontomasetti Photo Exhibition, we asked photographers to tweak their perspective just a little. Check out all the great photos of the built environment right here -> http://bit.ly/ttPhotoExhibit2017

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