Matthieu Peuler joined DeSimone in 2003 and is currently an Associate in the firm’s New York office. With over 15 years of industry experience, Mr. Peuler specializes in the design of reinforced concrete high-rise buildings, as well as mixed-use structural steel projects. He also has considerable experience with renovations, investigations of structural failures, educational developments, and landmarked structures.
Mr. Peuler has managed a variety of mixed-use and high-rise projects. In Manhattan, he recently finished Madison Square Park Tower, a new 260,000sf, 780-foot tall condominium tower in the Flatiron District, and 77 Greenwich, a 281,500sf luxury residential tower with a school at the base of building. Other projects include 184 Morgan Street in Jersey City, New Jersey; 378 West End Avenue, a new cast in place concrete tower with an existing landmarked steel building in Manhattan; Pacific Park Brooklyn – Building 15, a new 26-story building comprising 354,000sf including residential area and a K-8 public school; One Willoughby Square, a new 405,000sf office building also located in Brooklyn which includes a public school within the podium; and 323 East 61st Street, a medical office building in Manhattan.
Mr. Peuler recently completed Manhattan’s 110 University Place, a 160,000sf, 20-story tower with 55 high-end apartments; Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park, a 10 story, mixed-use hotel and condominium complex comprising 750,000sf; and City Point in Brooklyn, a 1.8 million sf, mixed-use complex that contains retail, office and residential components.
Mr. Peuler received a Bachelor of Science in Physics & Geophysics, a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and his Master of Engineering, all from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.