Nicholas Redmond

Nicholas Redmond

Nicholas Redmond, PE

Principal
Structures

Nick is a project manager in Walter P Moore’s Construction Engineering group overseeing the development of complex structural steel erection procedures, rigging and crane plans as well as the design and detailing of steel connections. His background as a finish carpenter instilled the value of careful project planning, from creative concept to final installation. With this practical perspective, he continually looks for ways to simplify the complex for his steel fabricator and erector clients.  

Nick’s structural experience includes a diverse range of projects including the Lucas Museum of Narrative Arts, Nashville International Airport, the University of Texas at Austin Moody Center Arena, Savannah Arena, SoFi Stadium, and the MSG Sphere at the Venetian. He is proficient in U.S. and international design codes, ASCE 37, ASME-BTH, and is a seismic specialist. He is also experienced with proprietary connection systems, long-span trusses, complex architecturally-exposed connections, and bespoke shoring and lateral bracing systems, equipping him to enthusiastically tackle projects of every scale and complexity.

He holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of South Carolina and a Master of Science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Why did you choose Walter P Moore?
Walter P Moore's construction engineering group is unique and I really enjoy having the opportunity to provide engineering support directly to contractors in the structural steel industry.
What is your proudest accomplishment to-date?
Providing erection engineering for the Lucas Museum of Narrative Arts (LMNA) is my proudest professional accomplishment to date. We delivered solutions to several complex problems, not the least of which was designing a temporary bridge structure to support a massive crane over a parking garage.
What hobbies or activities do you enjoy outside of work?
My wife and I are steadily digging deeper into homesteading. We keep chickens, bees and rabbits and are always plotting and scheming ways to produce more of what we consume. I'd like to say it simplifies life but these endeavors provide ample opportunity for problem-solving.

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