About

Throughout his 18-year career with Thornton Tomasetti, Jeff Callow has managed design teams on numerous large, complex projects. Jeff's structural engineering experience includes various new design construction projects within the commercial, institutional, and sports facility sectors. Some of his more notable projects include design and construction administration for The New York Times Building in New York, NY and the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. More recently, Jeff served as project manager for 30 Hudson Yards, a 1300 ft tall, 2.8 million SF commercial office building sitting above a platform structure over the existing rail yards. He has extensive experience in Thornton Tomasetti's Advanced Project Delivery methods, delivering mill order and fully connected models directly to steel fabricators.

Jeff is currently a Principal in the New York office and earned a bachelor of science in…

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CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Presenter (Middle East 2018; Chicago 2019)

Videos

05 March 2008

A Statement in Steel: The New York Times Building

Kyle E. Krall, Thornton Tomasetti presented some of the challenges driven by aesthetic, erection, and fabrication considerations of the exterior steel of the New Yotk...

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Research

03 March 2008

A Statement in Steel: The New York Times Building

Thomas Z. Scarangello, Kyle E. Krall & Jeffrey A. Callow, Thornton Tomasetti

This paper will outline some of these challenges, focusing on those driven by aesthetic, erection, and fabrication considerations of the exterior steel used on the...

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