Vice President | Regional Leader of Engineering
- Stanford University
Master of Science, Structural Engineering, 2004
- University of Kansas
Bachelor of Science, Architectural Engineering (Structural Emphasis), 2001
Matt Breidenthal is a structural engineer and Regional Leader of Engineering, responsible for delivering award-winning, complex and demanding multi-disciplinary projects. With a strong record of satisfied repeat clients, Matt brings a deep appreciation for interdisciplinary collaboration and is recognized for his ability to bring innovative and creative solutions to the table. He has experience on a variety of building types, including aviation, cultural, institutional, commercial, residential, and educational facilities.
Matt has a wide array of experience in renovation projects and forensic structural investigations and has led over 100 existing condition surveys, with projects ranging from interior fit-outs in historic structures to extensive renovations and additions to aviation facilities requiring 24/7 operation.
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)
Structural Engineers Association (SEA)
Structural Engineers Association of Georgia (SEAOG)
National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES)
“Collaborative Design Exploration in an Interactive Workspace,” Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 2007.
LaGuardia Airport’s New Terminal B Project (New York, New York)
Mercedes Benz Stadium “Halo” Video Board (Atlanta, GA)
Harts eld-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Terminal Modernization (Atlanta, Georgia)
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Public Spaces Redesign & Renovation (New York, New York)
Art Institute of Chicago Modern Wing & Nichols Bridgeway (Chicago, Illinois)