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An in-depth look at the design strategies behind DeSimone's 170 Amsterdam, an award-winning, residential building in New York City. Read more

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Following our last post on understanding sustainability across the United States, we will focus on sustainability in South America and Middle East. Read more

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While we have observed ways in which structural engineers achieve sustainability, it remains important that we holistically understand the purpose of sustainability. Read more

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While the green building movement continues to rapidly gain steam, building owners, architects, engineers and contractors have adapted their best practices to the ever-evolving sustainable design standards. Read more

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DeSimone hosted a series of presentations and discussions at the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s (CTBUH) 2015 International Conference at The Grand Hyatt in New York City. Read more

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DeSimone has embarked on a series of notable residential projects including 220 Central Park South, 50 West, 100 East 53rd Street, and 1000 Museum Tower. Read more

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A guide to better prepare structural engineers on what to do before, during, and after construction phase site visits. Read more

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At the heart of it all, our industry comes down to teams working together to collectively build something greater than the sum of its parts. Read more

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DeSimone's sustainable projects have gone above and beyond in delivering environmentally conscious features in residential towers, offices, government buildings, and more. Read more

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Completed in 2010, HL 23 contains 14 floors and 42,000 sqft of ultra-luxury residential space with generous amenity and recreational space. Read more