Alexander H. Azero, PE


Alexander H. Azero started at Severud Associates as a summer intern in 2014 and returned full-time the next year.  In 2019, he progressed to senior engineer and advanced to associate in 2021.  Alex has mastered the design of many structural materials and is particularly well-versed in the renovation of structural steel structures and historical framing systems.  Alex made significant contributions to the Museum of Modern Art expansion and the recently opened Moynihan Station Train Hall, both in New York City.  His current work includes other redevelopment projects at Moynihan and Penn Stations.  Alex is also involved with professional organizations, including ASCE, ACI, AISC, and SEAoNY, where he is a member of the Student Outreach Committee, which provides encouragement and opportunities to students considering study in structural engineering.

Alex is licensed as a professional engineer in New York.  He earned a bachelor of science in civil engineering from Lehigh University and a master of science in civil engineering from the University at Buffalo, SUNY