Stephen DeSimone

DeSimone Consulting Engineers, President, CEO | New York City, United States

About

As President of DeSimone Consulting Engineers, Stephen DeSimone has designed numerous innovative structures during his career. Stephen joined the firm in 1988. During his tenure, he has primarily focused on the design of high-rise and mixed-use structures. A licensed Profes­sional Engineer and LEED certified, Stephen is an active member of the Engineering community.

He was a founding member of the Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY), sits on the Steering Committee of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat and was a co-chair for The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s Seventh World Congress. Stephen is also an active member of the New York Concrete Industry Board and the American Concrete Institute.

Stephen received his Masters degree from Columbia University and his Bachelor degree form Manhattan College. He is also a member of Chi-Epsilon, the…

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CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Presenter (New York 2015; Middle East 2018)

Annual Conference, Steering Committee (New York 2005; New York 2015)

CTBUH Initiatives

Videos

26 October 2015

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2015 New York Conference - Session 3e - Q&A

Carol Willis, The Skyscraper Museum; Silvian Marcus, WSP Group; and Stephen DeSimone, DeSimone Consulting Engineers, PLLC, answer questions at the end of 2015 New York...

Videos

03 March 2008

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Building Tall: A renewed Urban Imperative

Stephen DeSimone, of DeSimone Engineers, talked about the new tactics and solutions being implemented to overcome urban development obstacles at the CTBUH 8th World Congress...

Research

26 October 2015

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Modern Tower, Ancient City: Ronesans Tower

Dan Kaplan & Fatin Anlar, FXFOWLE; Stephen DeSimone, DeSimone Consulting Engineers

In this era of globalization, societies and cities struggle with the need to modernize and remain competitive against the desire to show deference to historical...