Hassan Ally + Eli B. Gottlieb | Thornton Tomasetti – UC Berkeley Architecture Spring Lecture Series
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING — OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHANGE
Join us for a talk with the Spring 2021 Howard A. Friedman Visiting Professors and Principals at Thornton Tomasetti.
ABOUT HASSAN ALLY, SE, PE, P.ENG.
Senior Principal, San Francisco
A structural engineer with technical expertise, and integrated design delivery experience, that spans a wide spectrum of industries that include: Real Estate (Commercial, Residential, Hospitality, and Retail), Higher Education, Technology (Campus, Tenant Improvement, and Data Centers), Biotech, Aviation, Transportation, Energy, Government (DGS, GSA, Federal and County), Civic, Social, Cultural Sports, Convention Centers, and Healthcare. Hassan’s geographic diversity in project experience includes working in Hong Kong, Dubai, UK, Spain, and Canada. Hassan led the San Francisco office over the last 4 years and is part of the west coast leadership team at Thornton Tomasetti. He is currently working on multiple projects, including a 7 million square feet mixed-use development in the bay area, Mission Rock development in San Francisco, a couple of Seismic Performance Based Design mixed-use towers, and a transit line extension that includes 4 subway stations and above grade development.
ABOUT ELI B. GOTTLIEB, PE
Managing Principal & New York Metropolitan Co-Director
A graduate of Columbia University and Princeton University, Mr. Gottlieb is a leader in Thornton Tomasetti’s Structural Engineering practice. Eli Gottlieb has worked on technically challenging and creative projects around the world. His experience includes the structural analysis and design of a broad spectrum of building, including museums and cultural institutions, commercial and residential high-rises, hotels, healthcare facilities, academic buildings and sports venues. Eli brings creative thinking and new approaches to many of his projects. He lead the engineering the 10-acre platform over an active rail yard on which much of Manhattan’s massive Hudson Yards is built as well as The Shed, which created a new paradigm for flexible cultural and performance space. He is currently working on the renovation of Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center as well as multiple mass timber cultural / higher education facilities.
THIS EVENT IS SPONSORED BY THE HOWARD A. FRIEDMAN ENDOWMENT, AND IT IS PRESENTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE AS PART OF THE SPRING 2021 BERKELEY ARCHITECTURE LECTURE SERIES AND COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN LECTURE SERIES. OPEN TO ALL!
A video recording of this lecture will be available on the CED Vimeo Channel within 5 days of the lecture date.