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We are excited to announce our move to White Plains!
In light of the many impacts surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic,
Cuono Engineering has made the decision to downsize our physical office space and remain primarily a remote work force. However, we will be maintaining a small state-of-the-art office centrally located in White Plains that is available for our staff to meet with clients on an as needed basis.
NOTE: Please be sure to contact our office to make an appointment before stopping by the office. The use of proper personal protective equipment and adherence to COV...
Design Build is on the rise on large commercial and municipal projects. While it still has legal hurdles in some states, it is growing in market share as a business and delivery model.
The greater real estate and construction industry are putting pressure for compressed schedules and lower fees; 3D modeling and connectivity have provided the technology for greater cooperation across design teams and with construction teams; poor communication and lack of involvement during construction administration creates greater risk for litigation for designers and builders; acquisitions and mergers are on the rise; competition is on the rise: We predict that all t...
Justin Smith, SE, PE, Associate in Cuono Engineering's Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida, office will present a 2 part ARE Exam Preparation Course on Structural Fundamentals and Structural Systems on Tuesday, July 18, and Tuesday, July 25, 2017. The course is geared toward Architects in Training that are preparing for the ARE licensing exam and will provide an overview of structural engineering fundamentals and structural system analysis and design.
The course is sponsored by the Associate Committee of the Tampa Bay chapter of the American Institute of Architects and will be held at The Center for Architecture and Design in Ybor City, located at 1315...
Architectural renderings of 241 Rock Creek Lane, located in Scarsdale, New York, have been released by Cygnet Design and Build via wondernose.com.
Cuono Engineering PLLC was pleased to provide structural engineering services to support Keller/Easton Architects, PC, of Mamaroneck, New York. With the ground floor described as "New York loft like" (wondernose.com), Cuono strived to develop structural engineering solutions for the project that allowed large open spaces and unencumbered expression of the architectural vision.
Additional information about the project can be found at the following location:
The New York Botanical Gardens summer-long show featuring 20 installations created by famed glass sculptor Dale Chihuly launched in April of this year. Cuono Engineering was pleased to provide structural engineering services for support of several of the installations, including the development of custom anchorage solutions for several of the unique pieces. The exhibit is currently live.
Additional information can be found at https://www.nybg.org/ and https://ny.curbed.com/2017/6/7/15757994/new-york-botanical-garden-dale-chihuly-exhibit-tour .
Ciro Cuono, PE, Founder and Principal of Cuono Engineering PLLC, is pleased to announce that Tommy Taveras, PE, formerly of Taveras Engineering in Jupiter, Florida, will be joining the firm in June, 2017. The addition of Tommy to the Cuono team expands the team's experience, technical capabilities, and geographic footprint. Integrating Tommy's existing South Florida office into the firm will allow Cuono to better serve its existing and future clients, and will expand the firm's opportunities into both South Florida and the Carribbean.
Tommy Taveras has been practicing structural engineering for the last 20 years. He takes great pride i...
Justin Smith,SE, PE, Associate in Cuono Engineering's Tampa, Florida, office has been selected as a speaker at the 2017 Florida ASCE Annual Conference taking place July 20 - 22, 2017, in Orlando, Florida. Smith's talk titled "Hedging your bets: utilizing peer review processes as a risk management tool," will explore risk management considerations related to both internal and third-party peer review processes related to structural engineering design projects. Smith's talk promises an in-depth look into the peer review process, its use as an integral part of a firm's risk management program, and ways to implement formal programs and improve existing pr...