Vladimir Seijas, P.E.

Principal New York Office

Mr. Seijas has over 25 years of experience in the structural design and construction of new and renovated buildings encompassing a diverse range of residential, commercial, hospitality, and educational facilities. He possesses particular expertise in the design of reinforced concrete high-rise buildings and has extensive experience in award-winning projects, including complex, multi-million dollar developments. Based in our New York office, Vladimir has built a reputation among leading developers, architects, and builders for providing innovative and cost-effective solutions.

“There is no such thing as a small project; client care coupled with a lean design are my motivations.”


Universidad Santa Maria – Bachelors of Science

Professional Registration

California | New York | Venezuela
101 West 14th Street in New York City’s Greenwich Village is a 13-story residential building. The 80,140 SF structure features fluctuating cubic forms that recess and cantilever, creating covered balconies and stepped terraces at the upper floors. The residential program consists of 45 condominium units and 5,830 SF of ground-floor retail space.
Denizen Bushwick is a 1,100,000 SF residential complex. Once home to the Rheingold Brewery, the site now consists of two nine-story buildings over two shared basement levels, spanning two city blocks. The twin buildings encompass 911 units, 183 deemed affordable. The structures are designed with sloping rooflines, protruding balconies, various setbacks and stepped volumes arranged around two interior courtyards. Floor-to-ceiling windows are framed in a repeating pattern of yellow, orange and red, paying homage to the murals and street art found throughout Bushwick. This building is topped with a 60,000 SF gardened roof offering views of Manhattan, a walking path, play area, lounges and a 100-foot steel skybridge.
The Harrison is a 27-story residential tower in Long Island City, New York. Standing at 308-feet, it is the tallest condominium in the Queens neighborhood. The building is composed of earthy red brick, large scale casement windows trimmed in cast stone, and industrial materials to give it a timeless look and relate to the area’s rich history. Inside, there are a total of 120 units ranging from studio to three-bedroom apartments. The building offers a fitness center, lounge, children’s playroom and is capped with a rooftop terrace offering 360-degree views of New York City.
180 Broome Street is a 26-story mixed-use building at the Lower East Side’s Manhattan entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge. Part of the Essex Crossing development, 180 Broome consists of residential, office and retail. The 263-unit residential tower rises above a five-story commercial podium that occupies a full city block. The podium contains 175,000 SF of office space and 27,000 SF of retail including an extension of the Market Line, a 700-foot-long corridor of shops and vendors. A 9,000 SF elevated atrium, Broome Street Gardens, stretches across the base of the building. The building’s façade is made up of oversized concrete frames with floor-to-ceiling windows offering unobstructed views.

Additional Representative Projects

  • 126 West 126 Street – New York, NY
  • 64 University Place – New York, NY
  • 101 West 14th Street – New York, NY
  • 555 West 38th Street – New York, NY
  • Hahne & Co. – Newark, NJ
  • 65 Private Road at Calyer Place – Brooklyn, NY
  • One Java Street – Brooklyn, NY
  • 75 Kenmare Street – New York, NY
  • 40 East End Avenue – New York, NY
  • 11 Avenue C – New York, NY
  • Port of Cork – Cork, Ireland
  • Moxy NYC Downtown – New York, NY
  • Beckford Tower – New York, NY
  • Beckford House – New York, NY
  • 550 West 29th Street – New York, NY
  • 609 West 56th Street – New York, NY
  • 135 East 47th Street – New York, NY
  • 115 East 55th Street – New York, NY
  • 30 Wharf Drive – Brooklyn, NY
  • 4001 Walnut Street – Denver, CO