Simon joined Tripi Engineering Services in 2010, bringing with him decades of experience working in the field of building envelope engineering.
Simon is a licensed professional engineer with more than 35 years of experience. His diverse background includes building envelope inspection, investigation, and design. He has extensive experience in building stone masonry technology, construction project management, difficult / special access projects, remote monitoring and building information systems, and analysis of structural failures including litigation support. He has authored numerous papers and journal articles on building envelope failures and investigation techniques, and has served as Task Group Chairman on ASTM Committee E06.55 – Standard Practice for Industrial Rope Access, a facade access technique which can offer significantly lower costs than conventional access methods.
At TES, Simon oversees building envelope investigation and remedial design projects in the eastern United States.
Professional Engineer (PE) in Massachusetts and Florida
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Boston Society of Civil Engineers (BSCE)
Institution of Civil Engineers, London, England: Graduate Member
Institution of Structural Engineers, London, England: Graduate Member
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM): Past Member
ASTM Committee E06.55 – Performance of Exterior Building Wall Systems: E06.55.08 – Standard Practice for Industrial Rope Access: Task Group Chairman
Master of Structural Engineering, Cornell University, 1986
Bachelor of Science with Honors in Civil Engineering, Birmingham University, England, 1981