Visiting Assistant Professor
Christopher Ward, P.E. has been a practicing structural engineering for over 10 years in both Washington, D.C and in New York, NY. His diverse experience includes projects of many different types of structural systems from light framed wood construction to concrete and steel structures. Regardless of structure type, his goal is to effectively and efficiently design the structure to achieve the vision of the project. He is currently an Associate at Thornton Tomasetti where his roles include structural system planning, management of engineering teams, coordination and communication with consultants and budget planning. His current projects include the redevelopment of LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B, 221 W 127th street, a 12 story residential project and a 325 Henry Street a condo building in Brooklyn.
M.Eng., Structural Engineering, 2008, Washington University
B.S., Civil Engineering, 2006, Washington University