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Torchia Structural Engineering’s staff includes personnel with backgrounds in architecture, interior design, civil and structural engineering design.  Having all of these skills on board allows us a complete and unique understanding of all aspects of a variety of different projects.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • American Institute of Architects, Rochester Chapter
  • Village of Leroy Zoning Board of Appeals
  • Finger Lakes Building Officials Association
  • Rochester Chamber of Commerce
  • National Trust for History Preservation
  • The Landmark Society of Western New York

Honors and Awards

  • 1996 Court Street Parking Garage (AIA Rochester Design Excellence Award)
  • 1996 Seabreeze Park Carousel (AIA Rochester Citation of Merit)
  • 1997 Auburn Commercial Revitalization Project (AIA Rochester Citation of Merit)
  • 1998 McComsey Career Development Center at the Steinheim, Alfred University (AIA Rochester Design Excellence Award)
  • 2000 The Great Hall at Uof R Rush Rhees Library (AIA Rochester Design Excellence Award)
  • 2000 The Centers at High Falls (AIA Rochester Citation of Merit)
  • 2001 RIT Boathouse (AIA Rochester Citation of Merit)
  • 2001 The Edward G. and Carole Coll Center - Kanakadea Hall, Alfred University (AIA Rochester Design Excellence Award)
  • 2004 YMCA Camp Arrowhead Pittsford N.Y. (AIA Rochester Design Excellence Award)

Range of Services We Provide

  • Structural engineering
  • Civil engineering
  • Restoration and historic preservation
  • Condition surveys and feasibility studies (commercial and residential)
  • Design build
  • Construction inspection
  • Preparation of shop drawings
  • Inspections/Forensic Engineering (Commercial and Residential)

“Thinking beyond the beam is the key to success in the architect/engineer relationship.  Having experience in all areas of project design allows our firm to efficiently coordinate projects, since the structural design phase is implemented early in the schematic design phase.  This results in lower construction costs and fewer change orders.”