Kyle Roshberg began his career at Severud Associates in 2014.  After four years, he progressed to senior engineer and in 2020, he advanced to associate.  In the years he has been with the firm, Kyle has expanded his technical expertise of structural systems and methodologies.  In particular, Kyle has become skilled at designing large column transfers and other modifications to historical structural systems.  Among Kyle’s major projects are the renovation of 7 West 34th Street in New York City, which involved terra cotta flat tile arches and cast iron framing, and the Moynihan Station redevelopment, including damage assessment and repair recommendations for the West End Concourse.  His other projects include renovations of 90 Park Avenue in Manhattan and a gymnasium addition at P.S. 226 Nadia J. Pagan in the Bronx.

Kyle is licensed as a professional engineer in New York and California.  He earned a bachelor of science in civil engineering from the University of Louisville and a master of science in civil engineering from Columbia University.