KYLE E. KRALL, P.E.
Kyle Krall is one of the leaders of Thornton Tomasetti’s London office where he oversees Thornton Tomasetti’s work in the Middle East and leads the Building Performance practice in Europe and Middle East. In his role as Building Performance practice leader, he coordinates closely with Thornton Tomasetti’s Property Loss Consulting leaders.
Mr. Krall has more than 27 years of structural engineering experience in the design of commercial, sports, residential and mixed-use buildings, and has extensive experience in the design of both steel and concrete structures. Kyle joined Thornton Tomasetti’s New York City office in 1995, and established Thornton Tomasetti’s Abu Dhabi and Dubai offices in 2008.
His recent work includes the Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium in Al Ain, UAE, The New York Times Building in New York City, RBS Americas Headquarters Building in Stamford, Connecticut, and the Sowwah Square peer review and site observation in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Further notable projects include San Francisco’s AT&T Park baseball stadium, the expansion of Penn State’s Beaver Stadium and Nuova Sede della Regione Lombardia, the headquarters for the Lombardi Regional Government, Milan, Italy.
Kyle served as an adjunct assistant professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation for 10 years. He coauthored numerous technical papers and lectured at engineering conferences in the United States and the UAE. He served the Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY) as president-elect from 2003-2004 and as president from 2004-2005. Kyle holds a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from Pennsylvania State University and a master’s degree in civil engineering from Columbia University.