Elizabeth Kenyon is a Project Manager at the award-winning structural engineering firm McNamara Salvia. She received her master’s degree in Architectural Engineering at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo. She has lived and worked in the USA (California, New York, and Florida), Haiti, Thailand, Myanmar, and China.
Her experience includes key roles in the structural design of several mixed-use projects ranging from healthcare and institutional buildings to high-rise towers; her interest lies in high-rise lateral system design in wind and seismic context. Her current position at McNamara Salvia involves high-rise design from conceptual layout of high-rise lateral systems projects through construction document completion and construction administration.
Notable high-rise projects she has worked on include:
• Prebuilt: 24- and 36-story tower complex in Bangkok, Thailand, 2014.
• Monad Terrace: 7- and 16-story luxury condominium complex with the Pritzker prize winning architecture office of Jean Nouvel, Miami Beach, FL, USA, 2015.
• Las Olas Tower: 50-story tower in Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA, 2016.
• Luma – Miami World Center: 50-story tower in downtown Miami, FL, USA, 2016.
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