New York Office: 212-246-9800
A principal in our New York office, Mr. Dow has managed the structural engineering of many large scale and mixed-use projects ranging from high-rise towers to retail, institutional and healthcare buildings. Ryan has over 20 years of experience in bringing together large teams of stakeholders, architects, and engineers around a single structure. He has a broad background in the design of wind and seismic lateral systems along with a strong focus on constructability. His experience includes such notable projects as the new Three World Trade Center tower and 425 Park Avenue in New York City.
“I find it very rewarding to take the most complex and challenging projects and make them both efficient and constructible.”
Masters of Engineering in High Performance Structures, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bachelors of Science, Oregon State University
PE – California, Florida, Massachusetts, New York, Michigan, North Carolina, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania
SE – California, Illinois, and Utah
45-18 Court Square – Long Island City, NY – 8 story, 220,000 SF Life Science / Lab project combining 3 existing structures and 3 new ground-up structures. Architect: Perkins + Will
18 Sixth Avenue at Pacific Park (B4) – Brooklyn, NY – 50-story residential rental tower with amenity filled podium levels. Complex construction considerations due to directly adjacent Barclays Arena and 6th Ave Bridge 825,000 SF Architect: Perkins Eastman
25-11 49th Avenue – Long Island City, NY – Adaptive re-use of an 80,000 SF seismically upgraded warehouse, and a new 10-story structural steel office building above. Architect: Studios
557 E 38th Street / Hudson Boulevard – New York, NY – 656-foot, 40-story, Class A office tower just north of Hudson Yards. Central concrete core with structural steel perimeter framing. Column-free office space with multi-level recessed cantilever corners. Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli
259 Clinton Street (Lands End 1) – New York, NY – 60-story reinforced concrete residential rental tower with market rate and affordable components, outrigger structures and complex foundation issues. Architect: Perkins Eastman
American Dream (Meadowlands Xanadu) – East Rutherford, NJ – 4,000,000 SF entertainment and retail destination including North America’s first indoor skiing facility.
*Experience Prior to McNamara • Salvia