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          Cultural & Community

          Resilient designs and flexible solutions that work – for today and tomorrow.

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          Cultural & Community At-A-Glance
          Our Cultural & Community Portfolio 2,200+
          Libraries In The United States 116,867
          Museums Worldwide 55,000
          Americans who attend at least one live music event per year 52%

          Here's How

          Cultural and community spaces offer limitless possibilities – for both function and design. They can enlighten, uplift, inspire or educate. And they can host any number of events, programs or exhibits. Our innovative, collaborative design approach fully embraces these possibilities and more, creating iconic, flexible structural centerpieces that enrich and transform their communities.

          • We get involved early – and stay involved throughout.
          • We ask the right questions – and listen to your answers – so that we fully understand your goals.
          • We work with owners, architects and contractors to ensure the best outcomes for all parties.
          • We respond quickly to questions and proactively solicit design team input to ensure early deliverables.
          • We focus on the big picture, recommending the right system for your building and developing innovative designs that optimize its functionality, all while minimizing costs.
          St. Pete Pier in St. Petersburg, Florida. Courtesy RIMO Photography
          Albright-Knox Art Gallery Extension in Buffalo, New York. Thornton Tomasetti
          Louisiana Children's Museum at City Park in New Orleans. Courtesy Louisiana Children's Museum
          The Shed in Manhattan. Thornton Tomasetti
          Hancher Auditorium at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. Thornton Tomasetti
          Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial in Washington, D.C. Thornton Tomasetti
          Vessel in Manhattan. Thornton Tomasetti
          Winspear Opera House in Dallas. Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News
          The Harlem Fire Watchtower in Manhattan. Lynn Lieberman photo
          Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth in Texas. David Woo/MAMFW
          Central Synagogue restoration in Manhattan. Courtesy Panorama

          Qualifications

          You can count on us to keep your performance and aesthetic goals in sight. With more than 70 years of experience – and thousands of completed projects – we understand cultural and community buildings inside and out. Our portfolio goes beyond just concert halls, performing arts centers, theaters and opera houses. It runs the gamut from museums and museum installations, monuments and public sculptures to libraries and houses of worship, aquariums, visitor centers, community centers and more. Our teams draw on creativity and technology from across the firm to meet all your building’s needs, not just in structural engineering, but in protective design, sustainability, security and resilience.

          Our Team

          News & Resources

          Security for Places of Worship
          January 03, 2022
          Religious institutions face a truly challenging security reality. Against a backdrop of threats from both religiously motivated violent extremists (RMVE) and/or politically motivated violent extremists (PMVE), the task of securing places of worship remains one of the most challenging scopes for security practitioners.
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