Robert Calderon started his career with Severud Associates in 2013 as a summer intern after finishing his undergraduate studies; he returned full time in 2014 when he completed grad school. He soon progressed to senior engineer and in 2020, he advanced to associate. Since his start, Rob has gained deep experience with concrete and structural steel buildings and is particularly adept with the design of steel renovations. Rob’s work on projects such as the Hood Museum of Art Expansion at Dartmouth College, the Two Penn Plaza office building redevelopment in Manhattan, and New York University’s mixed-use 181 Mercer Street, also in Manhattan, has led to strong working relationships with architects, developers, and other clients.
Rob is licensed as a structural engineer in Nevada and a professional engineer in New York. He earned a bachelor of science in civil engineering from the University of Vermont and a master of science in civil engineering from Columbia University.