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Burgess & Niple Inc.


700 Total Employees


Main Office
Columbus, OH

Additional Offices
Akron, OH
Austin, TX
Boise, ID
Cincinnati, OH
Dallas, TX
Evansville, ID
Fort Worth, TX
Harrisburg, PA
Houston, TX
Indianapolis, ID
Louisville, KY
Norfolk, VA
Orlando, FL
Painesville, OH
Parkersburg, WV
Phoenix, AZ
Portland, OR
Richmond, VA
San Antonio, TX
Tampa, FL
Washington DC

Architectural Design
Master Planning
Site Development
Environmental Sciences
Anti-Terrorism Force Protection
Landscape Architecture
Interior Design
Utilities Design
Paving Design
Sustainable Design
Energy Conservation


B&N was established in 1912. On the most fundamental level, their job is listening to clients and translating their visions into structures and infrastructure that work – today and long into the future. They are innovative problem solvers with extensive resources and an award-winning track record.

Source – http://www.burgessniple.com/AboutBN/

Selected Projects:

Sohar Airport, Oman

Clark State Sara T. Landess Center, Ohio

Anderson Center, Ohio

Red Robin Restaurant , Virginia

Discovery Bridge, Ohio


Written by Seita Goto

November 12, 2021 at 6:07 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

DLZ Corp.

Number of US Offices: 27
Number of International Offices: 2
Total number of employees: over 700

Main Office:
6121 Huntley Road Columbus, OH 43229
Tele: (614) 888-0040
Fax: (614) 436-0161

Additional Offices:
Illinois (Chicago and Joliet)
Indiana (Burns Harbor, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Merrillville, Munster, and South Bend)
Kentucky (Lexington)
Michigan (Detroit, Kalamazoo, and Lansing)
Ohio (Cleveland and Cuyahoga Falls)

International Offices:
Costa Rica (Oficentro Alquimia)
India (Maharashtra)

Construction Administration
Energy Development
Landscape Architecture/Planning
Materials Testing and Analytical Services
Program Management
Public Works
Water Resources

DLZ’s success was founded on five principles that continue to serve as there modern business model: Growth, Marketing, Delivery, Profit, and Compassion. DLZ is widely respected for bringing excellence and execution to planning and design on an entire spectrum of facilities. DLZ has been protecting our country’s natural resources and improving our nation’s infrastructure for nearly a century.

Selected Projects:

Intercity Bus Transportation Facility – St. Ignace, Michigan

New Transit Center – Alliance, Ohio

Ivy Tech State College – South Bend, Indiana

Beiger Elementary School – Mishawaka, Indiana

St. Joseph County Jail – South Bend, Indiana


Written by Joshua Petry

November 12, 2021 at 6:06 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

Calatrava, Santiago


Zurich, Switzerland
Paris, France
Valencia, Spain
New York City, USA

Structural Engineering
Sculpture and Art
Integrated Design
Train/Railway Stations



Santiago Calatrava Valls studied architecture at the Escuela Tecnica Superios de Arquitecture de Valencia in 1969 and later studied civil engineering in 1975. Calatrava began his first architecture and engineering practice in Zurich, Switzerland in 1981. All of his work is readily characterized by its focus on architecture, engineering, and sculpture. Much of his career is dedicated to bridges and train stations, but their forms depict a language that is derived from natural forms and the human body. With strong gestures of form and unorthodox structural techniques, Calatrava’s style has been called by many as linking the seperation between structural engineering and architecture.

Selected Projects:

Turning Torso- Malmö, Sweden

Milwaukee Art Museum- Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Youtube video of movable Brise Soliel

Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay- Redding, California

Valencia City of Arts- Valencia, Spain

UAE PAvilion


Written by Alexander Cantu

November 3, 2021 at 6:36 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

Gannett Fleming, Harrisburg, Pa

Main Office:

Corporate Headquarters
207 Senate Avenue
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Tel: (717) 763-7211
Tel: (800) 233-1055 (US Only)

Additional Offices:
58 offices in the United States, 2 in Canada, and 1 in Abu Dhabi.

Texas Offices:


The Briarcroft Building
Suite 350
12710 Research Boulevard
Austin, TX  78759

Phone: (512) 833-9377

Environmental Resources
Construction Management
Program/Project Management Consulting
Dams and Hydraulics
Geotechnical/Earth Sciences
Site Development
Information Technology

For all Corporate Services: http://www.gannettfleming.com/services.htm

Additional informartion:
-Number of Employees: 2100+
-3-D computer-aided drafting (CAD) modeling/renderings, Building Information Modeling, AutoCAD Revit, AutoDesk® and Bentley®

In 1915, Gannett Fleming was first founded as Farley Gannett Consulting Engineer  in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The evolution of the automobile and the need for ways of transportation made it possible for the company to develop and grow at a rapid pace. The company was chosen to design sections of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, a highway that was used as a model for many others.
Gannet Fleming is recognized for the design of wastewater treatment, solid waste disposal, air pollution control facilities, flood control, and mainly in the transit systems of the U.S. Currently, the company has more than 2,100 employees with offices in the United States, Canada, and Abu Dhabi. Their work can be found in all 50 states and in more than 50 countries.


Nanoscience Laboratory, Washington D.C

Exelon’s Renewable Energy Education Center, Pennsylvania

Hershey Children’s Hospital, Pennsylvania


Southwestern Yard Maintenance Facility Design and Construction Administration

Written by Mariela Corrales

November 3, 2021 at 6:36 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

Hopkins Architects


Main Office:
27 Broadley Terrace
London NW1 6LG
United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 7724 1751

Additional Offices:
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tokyo, Japan
Munchen, Deutschland
Shanghai, China

“Hopkins Architects have helped pioneer British architecture since our founding by Sir Michael Hopkins in 1976. The Practice is now led by six Senior Partners and we are based in London, having completed projects throughout the world. Our deeply-rooted architectural, environmental and social convictions guide our designs and we work confidently and collaboratively in a manner appropriate to each client’s needs, ambitions and budget.

At the heart of the Practice’s organisation are Design Teams, which are formed to take a new project from inception to completion and ensure continuity of brief and design intent. These teams are led by a Senior Partner who collaborates on each project with leading engineers, cost-control consultants and other specialists. Experience has taught us that the best buildings come from close cooperation between ourselves, our consultants, and the client and their advisors and we approach every project with this in mind.

We take great pride in our adaptability throughout the design and construction process and we have worked with varied clients ranging from individuals to city councils to Boards of Trustees to developers. We work from offices which we designed ourselves in Marylebone that house a team of approximately 80 architects and staff. In addition, we operate a second Design Studio in Dubai and maintain Project Offices in Tokyo, Shanghai and Munich. The size of our practice has allowed us to gain a breadth of experience from projects in a variety of sectors while maintaining an intimate connection to the development of each design.” [Source]

Selected Projects:
St Thomas’ Hospital East Wing Cladding Project

Modular Velodrome

Roman Wall Project

Hurlingham Retail Park


Written by ianaivanova

February 11, 2015 at 11:28 pm

Posted in Architects

Heatherwick Studio


Heatherwick studio, London
356-364 Gray’s Inn Road
LondonWC1X 8BH

Phone +44 (0)20 7833 8800
Fax +44 (0)20 7833 8400

Selected Projects:

UK Pavilion, China (JGuo2015)

Bombay Sapphire Distillery, UK (JGuo2015)

Al Fayah Park, Abu Dhabi (JGuo2015)

Garden Bridge, UK (JGuo2015)

Zeitz MOCAA, South Africa (JGuo2015)

Olympic Cauldron, UK (JGuo2015)

Updated Feb. 2015 by Jiaqi Guo

Written by Jiaqi Guo

February 5, 2015 at 10:06 pm



Page (Formally Page Southerland Page)

Number of Employees: 650

Main Office:
1615 M Street, NW Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Additional Offices:
Austin, Texas
Dallas, Texas
Denver, Colorado
Houston, Texas
San Francisco, California
Mexico City, Mexico

Engineering Specialties:
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Plumbing Engineering
Structural Engineering
Civil Engineering
Commissioning Consulting
Programming Consulting
Sustainability Consulting
Energy Modeling
Process Piping
Instrumentation and Control
Fire Protection Engineering
Geothermal Engineering

“…Louis Page Jr. and Louis Southerland, who had been classmates at MIT, formed the firm of Page and Southerland in Austin, and during the 1930s, completed landmark work for the Austin State School, Rosewood Housing (one of the first public housing projects in the United States) and the 1937 Austin City Hall, as well as houses for Lyndon B. Johnson and many other legendary Texas figures. Louis Page began what would become a strong link between the firm and academia by teaching at the University of Texas. His brother, George, joined the firm, expanding the name to Page Southerland Page…

Though now a large firm with multiple offices in the U.S. and abroad, Page has retained a rootedness in the communities it serves and an investment in making a long-term difference in the cities where it builds. There is a strong belief in the kind of cumulative placemaking that great firms have made in the past. The current Page practice is aimed at making that kind of difference in the 21st century through a sophisticated integration of civic involvement alongside progressive planning, urban design and architecture.” (source)

Selected Projects:

U.S. Federal Courthouse – Austin, TX

GSA Office Building – Albuquerque, NM

City of Buda Municipal Complex

2400 Nueces – Austin, TX

Buffalo Bayou Park and The Cistern

Dell Medical School, UT Austin


Written by Brandon Comisarenco

February 4, 2015 at 8:47 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

NORR / Ingenium Group

Parent Company:


Main Offices:

2 International Blvd.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M9W 1A2
TEL: 416-675-5950

175 Bloor Street East
North Tower, 15th Floor
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 3R8

Additional Offices:

4 U.S. Offices:


7 International Offices:
Abu Dhabi
New Delhi


Building Conditions Audits
Document Management
Electrical Engineering
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Master Planning
Mechanical Engineering
Project Management
Relocation Management
Renewable/Alternative Energy Systems
Structural Engineering
3D Design/Engineering


Although the title of ‘NORR Limited’ (Neish Owen Rowland & Roy) has only been used since 1986, the firm’s partnerships and traditions harken back to 1938 when John B. Parkin started his private practice in Toronto.  By 1947, he was joined by Edmund T. Parkin (Brother) and John C. Parkin (no relation).  Roy Marshall joined as a partner, in 1970, when John C. Parkin left to create his separate ‘Parkin Architects Planners’.  NORR now operates as one of the largest design firms in Canada. (Source)

Selected Projects

Burj Khalifa

Al Hitmi Complex

Casino New Brunswick

Al Fattan Marine Towers

The Canada Science and Technology Museum

Written by Mark Midgley

January 24, 2012 at 7:51 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers


1315 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA

Lonestar Offices:

10100 North Central Expressway
Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75231

t +1 (214) 283-8700
f +1 (214) 283-8701

Managing Director
Tom Reisenbichler

Design Director
Ron Stelmarski

+22 other locations


1001 McKinney
Suite 1300
Houston, TX 77002t +1 (713) 366-4000
f +1 (713) 528-3339

Managing Director
Dave Mueller


Architecture, Interior Design, Planning


“Convergence of Design, Technology and Research”


Written by Chris Reynolds

January 20, 2012 at 7:38 pm

Posted in Architects


Design Firm Only: does not have engineers on staff.


8001 Irvine Center Drive, Suite 500
Irvine, CA 92618

T 1 949 574 8500
F 1 949 574 8550

Other Locations
New York


-Project Management
-Conceptual Design
-Architectural Design
-Production of Technical Drawings
-Coordination of Consultants
-Facilities Programming and Space Planning
-Budgeting and Value Engineering
-Interior Architecture
-Interior Design Documentation
-Furniture, Finishes, and Fixtures Selection
-Procurement Management
-Concept Landscape Design
-Design Development
-Construction Documentation
-On-Site Reviews
-Contract Administration
-Site Assessment
-Site Selection
-Highest and Best Use Analysis
-Master Planning
-Site Design
-Landscape Concept Design
-Architectural Concept Design


WATG began with one office in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1945. It has now expanded to six offices on three continents. Their main focus is the hospitality industry; they are currently the number one designer of hotels and resorts around the world.
Selected Projects

Atlantis, The Palm

The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino

The Ritz-Carlton, Sanya

Convention Center

Palace of the Lost City

Written by Casey Farmer

January 20, 2012 at 6:54 pm

Posted in Architects


Main Office: Philadelphia, PA
Federal Reserve Bank Building
100 N. 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106-1590
215.923.2020 Tel

Additional offices located in Irvine, Ca; New York, NY; and Washington, D.C. Additonal office addresses can be found here.

Interior Design
Digital Media Group
Lighting Design

In 1958, Alexander Ewing, at the time working for his father’s firm, joined with the in house architect Stanley Cole in order to design the expansion of the Rohm and Haas offices in Philadelphia. Although initially the design ran into trouble due to the site’s inability to accomadate the needs of the company, Ewing and Cole managed to switch the location to a new site on Independence Mall, not far from the Liberty Bell. The resulting design recieved countless praise from the city due to it’s ability to expand while maintaining respect fro the park as well as the surrounding historic buildings.
In 1961 the firm was officially established as Alexander Ewing & Associates, with their headquartes in Philadelphia. Over the years the firm has taken on many partners including Michael P. Erdman, Joseph P. Eubank, Robert Cherry, and Robert Parsky, all the time changing the name of the company to their credit. But in 2003, following the death of partner Paul Brott and the departure of Bob Cherry, the firm took on the new name of EwingCole.


New Meadowlands Stadium- East Rutherford, NJ

Singapore Turf Club- Kranji, Singapore

Drexel University Recreation Center- Philadelphia, PA

University of PA Quadrangle Residences- Philadelphia, PA

Smithsonian Institution, NMNH Learning Center- Washington, D.C.

All information and photos were found from the EwingCole website. Additional information can be found on the company’s website, here.

Written by Will Clinton

January 20, 2012 at 6:35 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

SSOE Group



1001 Madison Avenue Toledo, OH 43604
Telephone: (419) 255-3830

Other Locations:

U.S. Locations:

  • Alliance, OH
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Birmingham, AL
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Columbia, SC
  • Columbus OH
  • Huntsville, AL
  • Kalamazoo, MI
  • Lima, OH
  • Midland, MI
  • Nashville, TN
  • Portland, OR
  • St. Paul, MN
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Toledo, OH
  • Troy, MI

International Locations: Mexico, India

Number of Employees: 1,100 employees


Architecture, Program Management, Historic Preservation, Engineering, Site Evaluation, Data/Fire/Security (DFS), Construction Management, Master Planning, Procurement, Project Management, Interior Design, Sustainable Design


Al Samborn, a Structural Engineer, decided to become a founder of an engineering firm in 1948, following his military service.  He determined to create a firm based upon excellent project delivery.  Later throughout the firms years, engineers Jack Steketee, Burrie Otis, and John Evans joined the firm and developed it as a full A/E firm called SSOE.  Around the 1960’s, roughly 15 years following the firms founding, it began gaining national recognition, especially in the midwest as they began integrating advanced technologies into their practices.  As of 2021, SSOE embraced a new mission statement, “to deliver unparalleled client value that advances the AEC industry,” positions SSOE at the forefront of change, driven by SSOE’s digital transformation strategy.

Selected Projects:

Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Cancer Center

Barbara Loar Branch Library 


State House Restoration (South Carolina)

New Guest and Welcome Center, Huntsville Botanical Gardens

Expansion of Cancer Treatment Facilities at Slidell Memorial Regional Cancer Center

Ohio Bureau Of Criminal Identification and Investigation at BGSU (Bowling Green State University)

Written by Guy Bergel

January 19, 2012 at 8:32 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

T.Y. Lin International Group

Main Location:
345 California Street, Suite 2300
San Francisco, CA 94104

Additional Locations:

US Locations

California, Georgia, Washington, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Florida, Connecticut, New Jersey, Washington, North Carolina, Arizona, New Mexico, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Maine, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Virginia, Illinios, Kentucky, Utah

International Locations

China, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore

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

Company Information:
17,000+ Employees worldwide


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.

Selected Projects:

Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort
Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort

Reflections at Keppel Bay
Reflections at Keppel Bay, Singapore 

The Interlace, Singapore

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

MIA New South Terminal Expansion – Miami, FL

Nov. 2021 Edited by Mariana Mercado

Written by Cody Kinsey

January 19, 2012 at 8:25 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers


HDR Logo

Main Office:
8404 Indian Hills Drive
Omaha, NE  68114-4098
United States

Additional Locations:
11 Texas locations including Austin, Houston, Dallas

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennslvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

International locations: Canada, Australia, China, Singapore, Germany, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates

Company Information:
10,000+ employees in more than 225 locations worldwide

Engineering Services:
Lighting Design
Landscape Design
Interior Design
Planning & Consulting
Smart Buildings
Fire & Life Safety
Hydraulic Engineering

“In 1917, Henning H. Henningson was struck by how many people near and far needed better water works, sewer systems and electric plants. So he founded the Henningson Engineering Company in Omaha, Nebraska, adding value to the local community and inspiring positive change in neighboring states.

By the 1930s, our company was moving rural communities forward by lighting up their streets and helping them recover from drought. Just 20 years later, we added architectural services to our growing roster and expanded our engineering services to include resource management, community planning, transportation and more.

Chuck Durham, a civil engineer, led our early era of growth, as we expanded from 15 employees to more than a thousand. Chuck went on to become a philanthropic giant, instilling the value of giving back in the fabric of our culture.

Our entrepreneurial spirit continued into the 1990s, as our employee-ownership energized the company. By winning more global projects, we opened doors to share our talents with people around the world.

Today, we continue to collaborate with our clients to push boundaries and uncover new possibilities.” (source)

Selected Projects:

Pittsburgh terminal approach concept
Pittsburgh International Airport Terminal 

I-395/SR 836/I-95 design-build project, Florida, US
I-395 Signiture Bridge Design

The Pirbright Institute – Surrey, UK

Cleveland Clinic – Abu Dhabi, UAE

Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing
Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing – New York, USA

Air Liquide Research Tech Centre
Air Liquide Research + Technology Center – Delaware, USA

Nov. 2021 edited by Mariana Mercado

Written by Carlos Garcia

January 19, 2012 at 8:04 pm

Atkins in North America


Selected Projects:

18,300 worldwide

Tampa, Fl

Additional Offices:
Aiken, SC
Alexandria, VA
Atlanta, GA
Calverton, MD
Charlotte, NC
Chicago, IL
Denver, CO
Henderson, NV
Houston, TX
Jacksonville, FL
Los Angeles, CA
Lynnwood, WA
Melbourne, FL
Miami, FL
Oak Ridge, TN
Orlando, FL
Phoenix, AZ
Raleigh, NC
San Diego, CA
Sarasota, FL
Seattle, WA
Tallahassee, FL
Tampa, FL
Vestavia Hills, AL

International Offices: Denmark, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom, Bahrain, India, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudia Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Australia, China, Singapore.

For specific locations and offices see: http://www.atkinsglobal.com/en/locations/

Applied Technologies
Construction Management
Emergency Management
Energy, Engineering
Environmental Restoration
Environmental Science and Planning
Federal Services
Innovative Financing for Programs and Projects
Landscape Architecture
Program Management
Watershed Management.

WS Atkins and Partners was established by Sir William Atkins in 1938 in London.  At its founding, it was primarily a structural engineering firm.  Following the 1940s Atkins began to transform into a multidisciplinary firm, hosting services that involve all the civil engineering fields, architecture, geomatics, and many more.  This firm now holds a major stock in the London Stock Exchange.  They are also primary engineers responsible for the 2012 Olympics to be held in London.  in 2010, PBSJ in North America merged to become Atkins in North America.  Atkins now holds offices all over the world in regions including North America, Europe, the Middle East, and East Asia.

Written by Guy Bergel

January 19, 2012 at 8:00 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

David Evans and Associates Inc.

Main Office: Portland, OR

Additional Office Locations:
29 US offices

Bellevue, WA
Boise, ID
Charleston, SC
College Station, TX
Denver, CO
Gulfport, MS
Las Vegas, NV
Los Angeles, CA
New York City, NY
Olympia, WA
Ontario, CA
Salem, OR
Salt Lake City, UT
San Diego, CA
Seattle, WA
Spokane, WA
Tacoma, WA
Vancouver, WA

Advanced Structural Analysis
Bridge Engineering
Civil Engineering
Structural Engineering
Traffic Engineering
Project Management
Construction Engineering
Environmental Planning and Compliance
Energy Development
Landscape Architecture

750 +

David Evans started David Evans and Associates, Inc. (DEA) in 1976. He wanted to offer his clients freedom and support to pursue their ambitions. 30 years later, DEA is a leader in sustainable design and management solutions. DEA has ranked among the top 100 Pure Design companies in the United States and has been awarded for their innovative approaches to energy, water resources, land development design, and transportation.


Wild Horse Wind Facility
Westgate City, Glendale, Arizona
Westgate City Center Entertainment District
Sammamish Town Center Plan
Broadway Bridge Rehabilitation
South Ferry Street Terminal
Sellwood Bridge Replacement


Written by Mariela Corrales

January 19, 2012 at 7:37 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.

Acquired CP&Y in September, 2021

(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-

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Los Alamos, New Mexico
Elkridge, Maryland
Casper, Wyoming
Charlotte, North Carolina
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Westminster, Colorado
Englewood, Colorado
Detroit, Michigan
Fort Worth, Texas
Houston, Texas
Midland, Texas
Glendale, Arizona
Tucson, Arizona
Richland, Washington
Glen Allen, Virginia
Santa Ana, California
Walnut Creek, California
Tampa, Florida
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Hamilton, New Jersey
Warrenville, Illinois
Washington, District of Columbia
Wilmington, Delaware

International Locations-

Kincardine, Ontario
Whitby, Ontario
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Seoul, South Korea
Vadodara, India


Energy business consulting
Nuclear power
Energy and industrial
Environmental services
Electric grid infrastructure
Renewable energy
Construction management and commissioning
Operations and maintenance support services

Number of employees:
~2,500 employees


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 130 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

Halcrow Inc.

8000 Total Employees



Elms House
43 Brook Green
London, United Kingdom

Additional Offices

Halcrow has 20 U.S. offices, and 76 international offices.
Please follow the link below to see all of Halcrow’s additional offices.

Operation and Maintenance of the Built Environment
Protection, Enhancement, and Maintenance of the Natural Environment


Halcrow’s pedigree stretches back to 1868 when Thomas Meik, one of the most knowledgeable men of his time on docks and harbour works, set up in practice as a consulting engineer.

Thomas Meik retired in 1888 and left the company in the hands of his two sons, Patrick and Charles and the company became Thomas Meik and Sons and later P.W. and C.S. Meik. Under the brothers the company continued to make steady progress with docks, harbours and railway projects preeminent.

In 1921 William Halcrow was taken into the partnership which in 1923 became known as C.S. Meik and Halcrow and then W.T. Halcrow and Partners in 1941.

To read more about Halcrow’s history, please visit their website cited below.

Source – http://www.halcrow.com/Who-we-are/History/

Selected Projects:

CityCenter, Las Vegas

Clyde Arc Bridge, Scotland

Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort, Abu Dhabi

Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar

Incheon Bridge, South Korea

Written by Seita Goto

January 19, 2012 at 7:47 am

Posted in Architects, Engineers




715 Kirk Drive
Kansas City, MO 64105
TEL: (816)-472-1201

Additional Offices:
Austin, Tx
Dallas, Tx
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Houston, Tx
Plano, Tx
Round Rock, Tx
San Antonio, Tx

Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
Chicago, IL
Denver, CO
Los Angeles, CA
Las Vegas, NV
Portland, OR

Construction Management
Design Build
Environmental Planning
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Program Management
Transit and Rail

Number of Employees:
3,400 Employees


Founded in 1914 as a railroad bridge design firm, HNTB developed a reputation for excellence and innovation in the infrastructure industry. In their earliest days, HNTB designed the first modern turnpike and a significant portion of the Interstate Highway System. Through the decades, HNTB has grown and diversified in both markets and in services provided to clients. Today, HNTB strives to exceed client expectations in the delivery of infrastructure to public and private owners and contractors.

Source – http://www.hntb.com/about-us/history

Selected Projects:

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Kansas City Convention and Entertainment Facilities

Rhode Island Convention Center

Invesco Field at Mile High, Denver

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Terminal D

Allegiant Stadium

Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement

Written by Seita Goto

January 19, 2012 at 7:12 am

Posted in Architects, Engineers