Hardik Doshi is a structural design engineer at McNamara Salvia Structural Engineers. He received his M.Eng in Structural Engineering at Lehigh University. His experience and interest lies in building performance and structural analysis of tall building lateral systems consisting of complex geometry. Hardik has experience working on various aspects of tall building projects. Select projects include 425 Park Avenue, Two World Trade Center in New York City and Belivdere/Dalton Christian Science Center in Boston while working for WSP. His current position at McNamara Salvia allows him to be involved in the conception of numerous large scale and mixed-use building projects in New York City and abroad.
Hardik has been involved with CTBUH since his undergraduate studies in Chicago. The organization has provided him with an avenue to expand his interest in the innovative side of engineering and design of complex high rise structures. Hardik was involved in the establishment of the CTBUH Young Professionals Committee in Chicago during 2012. After relocating to New York City he saw the need for a local Young Professionals Committee that will promote multi-disciplinary interaction in the various disciples working on local and international tall building projects. Hardik is currently serving as the co-chair of the New York City CTBUH Young Professionals Committee.
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