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T.Y. Lin International Group



US Locations

New Hampshire
New Jersey
North Carolina
New Mexico
New York

International Locations



Code Services
Construction Engineering and Inspection
Construction Management
Construction Phase Services
Program Management
Seismic Analysis and Design


The developer of T.Y. Lin International Tung-Yen Lin, known as “T.Y.,” was born on Novemeber 14th 1912, in Fuzhou, China. In 1946, T.Y. began researching pre-stressed concrete at UC Berkeley. In 1954 T.Y. founded T.Y. Lin Associates in Los Angeles which later became T.Y. Lin International.

In the 1960’s T.Y.’s firm relocates to San Fransisco where it expands its specialty in pre-stressed concrete to broader consulting services with designs that include conventionally reinforced concrete, structural steel, masonry, and timber-framed strutures.

In 1989 T.Y. Lin International Group is acquired by DAR Group, an international network of professional service firms, comprised of over 12,000 staff members located in 45 countries around the world.

Currently, T.Y. Lin International works as the lead engineer on many different projects ranging from bridge construction to airport terminals to McDonalds establishments.

(All of the information given above is from T.Y. Lin International’s website)

Selected Projects:

Port Mann Bridge – Vancouver, British Colombia

Harbour Drive Pedestrian Bridge – San Diego, CA

Dagu Bridge – Tianjin, China

Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge – Clark County, Nevada & Mohave County Arizona

MIA New South Terminal Expansion – Miami, FL

Sources/Additional Information:

(1) T.Y. Lin International’s official website: http://www.tylin.com/?locale=en

Written by Cody Kinsey

January 19, 2012 at 8:25 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

STV Group Inc. Engineering and Design



Main Offices:

205 West Welsh Drive
Douglassville, PA 19518-8713

225 Park Avenue
South New York, NY 10003-1604

Additional Offices


Construction Management


Elwyn E. Steelye and Company is the oldest of STV’s firms. Steelye and Company focused primarily on structural design, but after a few years the company grew to include mechanical and electrical engineering services as it added partners, eventually becoming Steelye Stevenson Value & Knecht.

STV arose from a merger of Voss Engineering and Sanders & Thomas Inc. in 1968. The first major acquisition of the newly formed STV was Steelye Stevenson Value & Knecht.

On August 29th 2001, STV became 100 percent employee owned by converting to a private firm. This decision was reached by unanimous consent from employee and public shareholders. In 2006, STV added Ralph Whitehead Associates to their family. The addition of Ralph Whitehead Associates elevated STV’s consulting, civil, and transportational background.

Currently, STV is consistently ranked among some of the best engineering firms in the world. They placed 36th overall in Engineering News Record’s list of the top 500 Design Firms in the world.

(All information given above is from STV’s official website)

Selected Projects:

Gateway Center at Westchester Community College – Valhalla, NY

Jefferson Hall – US Military Academy Library –  West Point, NY

Academic Forum at Kutztown University – Kutztown, PA

Engine Company 277 Firehouse – Brooklyn, NY

AirTrain JFK – Queens, NY

Sources/Additional Information:

(1) STV’s official website: http://www.stvinc.com/default.aspx

Written by Cody Kinsey

January 19, 2012 at 7:31 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

Sargent & Lundy LLC Engineering and Design



Main Office:

Sargent & Lundy LLC
55 East Monroe Street
Chicago, IL 60603

Additional Offices:

US Locations-

Phoenix, AZ
Wilmington, DE
Warrenville, IL
Chattanooga, TN

International Locations-

Calgary, Alberta
Oakville, Ontario
Baroda, India
Faridabad, India
Seoul, Korea
Ankara, Turkey
Cairo, Egypt


Project Development


Sargent & Lundy was originated by  Frederick Sargent, a mechanical engineer, and Ayres Lundy, an electrical engineer, who came together to form an independent engineering and consulting company in June of 1891.

One of their first assignments was the pioneering design of Harrison Street Station for Chicago Edision Co I 1892. This was the first plant ever designed for condensing operation, this gave their client the most exonomical plant of its time. Sargent & Lundy began their nuclear power leadership in the mid 1950’s, when they designed the world’s first boiling water reactor which was installed at Argonne National Laboratory. International work began in 1917 when Sargent & Lundy designed a 10-MW plant in Tocopilla, Chile for the Chile Exploration Company.

Sargent & Lundy specalializes in professional services for electrical power and energy intensive clients. They provide complete consulting, engineering, and project developent services for all types of fossil-fuel, nuclear, and renewable power generation and power delivery projects. Sargent & Lundy has been around for 121 years and has developed a world renown reputation as a company that produces sustainable and long lasting equipment.

(All Information above is from Sargent & Lundy’s website)

Selected Projects:

Callaway Plant, Callaway County, Missouri

Big Rock Point Nuclear Power Plant, Charlevoix, Michigan

California-Oregon Transmission Project

Point Aconi Generating Station, Point Aconi, Nova Scotia

Zion Nuclear Power Station, Lake County, Illinois

Sources/Additional Information:

(1) Sargent & Lundy’s official website, with pictures and details of all projects

Written by Cody Kinsey

January 19, 2012 at 6:21 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

Fisher, Mark


Graduated from the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA school) in 1971 in London, England.

Architectural Specialties:

Complex stage designs
Temporary and permanent theatres
Outdoor installations
One-off events

Firm History:

Mark Fisher established his company titled Stufish (Mark Fisher studios) in 1994. Fisher’s architectural team has worked with some of the best entertainers of the past century in music, television, and performing arts including Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, Cirque du Soleil, and the NFL. Another impressive one-off event includes Fisher studio’s stage development for the royal family where they named the Cunard liners Queen Elizabeth 1, Queen Mary 2, and the royal opening of St. Pancras International in London. Recently Stufish has been developing designs for Roger Water’s arena production of the wall and U2’s 360 degrees stadium show.

Selected Projects:

Pink Floyd, The Division Bell – 1994

NFL Superbowl – Houston, TX – 2004

Cirque Du Soleil – Las Vegas, NV – 2004

Beijing Olympics, Opening Ceremony – 2008

AC/DC, Black Ice – 2008





Written by Cody Kinsey

August 30, 2011 at 9:19 pm

Posted in Architects