TDEG is Expanding!
Steve Lehigh, PE is heading our new Colorado office. Steve has been with TDEG since May 2015 and has 15 years of experience working on many types of commercial, municipal and residential projects. He also has extensive background in temporary shoring design, support of excavation and underpinning design.
Castle Rock, Colorado
Announcing New Summer Interns
Jeff Nabozna is a junior at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina majoring in Civil Engineering and will be graduating next year. He resides in New Fairfield, CT. His passion for engineering started with his desire to be involved in the construction industry. He says he likes how the structural engineering profession deals with the design and construction of infrastructure and being able to see the project through. His parents are John and Anetra Nabozna of New Fairfield.
Brett Lowrie worked with his father, a contractor, starting at a young age. Working in construction through his high school years sparked his passion for engineering. Brett attends the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, RI and will also be graduating next year with his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Brett’s parents are Bob and Bonnie Lowrie and they reside in North Salem, NY.
WE WELCOME JEFF AND BRETT TO OUR STAFF!
Richard S. Di Salvo Scholarship Awarded
Congratulations are in order for Michael Dobson who was awarded The Richard S. Di Salvo Scholarship. Michael will be graduating from Ridgefield High School this year. The scholarship is awarded each year to a Ridgefield High School senior who will be pursuing an Engineering degree. This scholarship is in honor of Richard Di Salvo, the founder of The Di Salvo Engineering Group and was made possible by his family after he passed away in 1998. Michael will be attending the School of Engineering at Vanderbilt. He was awarded this scholarship at the Senior Awards Night at Ridgefield High School on Thursday, May 24. His proud parents are Laura and David Dobson of Ridgefield.
On June 1, 2018 TDEG celebrates its 45th year in business. In advance of the actual day employees, along with their families and friends, celebrated with a dinner party at Tarrywile Mansion in Danbury. A good time was had by all! Pictured are Mary Alice Di Salvo, Ken Jones, Bruce Richardson, and Trevor Hill cutting the anniversary cake!
TDEG Raises Money for American Heart Association
Eileen Sala and Bruce Richardson represented TDEG in the walk that took place at Sherwood Island in Westport, CT on Sunday, April 22, 2018. The firm and the employees together raised $1,010 for this worthy cause.
2018 ACEC/CT Engineering Award Update
The event took place at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville, CT. Bruce Richardson, Trevor Hill and Christian Briggs of TDEG were there to accept the award. Also present were Erik Kaeyer and Joe Reilly, of KGD Architects, both of whom were architects for this project. Pictured below are Bruce, Chris and Trevor with Rob Yirigian, ACEC-CT President.
TDEG Employee News
Jason Henion, Senior Project Engineer, recently passed the Connecticut State Licensing Examination and is now a Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Connecticut. Jason is presently working on the Warren G. Harding High School in Bridgeport and the Two Roads Brewery in Stratford, among other projects. He has been with TDEG since June 2014.
Ryan B. Walsh has been promoted to Project Manager. His new role assigns him with the responsibility for the planning and delivery of structural engineering services for educational, commercial and residential projects including additions to St. Thomas More in Darien and ASML in Wilton. Ryan has been with the firm since September 2015.
Tianming Ma, EIT, has been promoted to Project Engineer. Tim has been with the firm since 2016 and has participated in the structural engineering and design of many projects including additions to Putnam Hospital Center in Carmel, NY, White Plains Hospital in White Plains, NY and St. Andrews Church in Southbury.
Please join us in congratulating these employees and their accomplishments!
2018 ACEC/CT Engineering Award
The Di Salvo Engineering Group submitted the Eagle Hill School project into the 2018 ACEC-CT Engineering Excellence Awards. Chris Briggs, the engineer for this project, made a presentation to the judges on Tuesday, December 5. We are proud to announce that the submission has been selected as a winner of an Engineering Excellence Award. This award will be formally presented at an Awards Dinner on January 22, 2018. Congratulations are in order also to KGD Architects of Mt. Kisco, the architect on this project. Eagle Hill School in Greenwich focuses on children with language-based learning disabilities. The project was in two phases. Phase 1 included a new Community Room and structural renovations to an adjoining classroom building. Phase 2 included structural engineering services for the Hardwick House, which houses over 250 students. Check out pictures to come from the Awards Dinner in January!!