Shelley Finnigan

ArcelorMittal, Global Technical Sales Engineer, Head of Technical Sales & Marketing | Chicago, United States


Shelley Finnigan serves as Global Technical Sales Engineer and Head of Technical Sales & Marketing for ArcelorMittal, the world’s leading steel and mining company. She draws on more than 12 years of experience in structural engineering, marketing and business development to guide the technical marketing efforts of a team of engineers in the Americas. In addition, she serves as a liaison for the international community, advising project owners and their design teams on methods of increasing design efficiency when using ArcelorMittal’s unique products and materials. The success of her efforts is recognized in design and construction efficiencies brought to projects such as 150 North Riverside (Chicago), Bay Adelaide Centre East Tower (Toronto), and Central Park Tower (New York), to name several. A licensed structural engineer in Illinois and active member of the design community, Shelley holds…

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Chapter Chair, Chicago (2018 – Present)

Live-Streamed Conference, Chicago Steering Committee (Vice-Chair 2020 – Present)

Chicago Chapter, Chair (2018 – Present)

Future Leaders Committee, Global, Chicago (2018)

Future Leaders Committee, Chicago, Co-Chair (2018)

Annual Conference, Presenter (New York 2015; Chicago 2019)

Annual Conference, Session Chair (Australia 2017; Middle East 2018; Chicago 2019)


25 August 2020

On Tuesday 25 August 2020, CTBUH Chicago hosted an engaging panel discussion on inclusive design principles. This discussion was organized with support from the Illinois...


11 October 2019

Shelley C. Finnigan, Nicoleta Popa, Jean-Claude Gerardy, ArcelorMittal; Dario Trabucco, CTBUH

This research aims to demonstrate recent developments in the partnership between steel and skyscrapers. It highlights steel’s sustainability characteristics and explores the impact that the...


26 October 2015

Shelley Finnigan, ArcelorMittal; Barry Charnish, Entuitive; Robert Chmielowski, Magnusson Klemencic Associates

At the turn of the century, building design began to evolve. Improvements included indoor plumbing, the advent of escalators, and creation of the “Chicago window.”...