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Laura R. Smith, PE, L ASCE

Laura Smith

Laura Smith initially joined Silman in 1999. After a brief period working in New Orleans for Schrenk & Peterson Consulting Engineers, where she was involved with projects that included the Mike the Tiger Habitat at LSU and the New Orleans Convention Center, she returned to Silman in 2005.

In her time at Silman, Laura has worked on and managed a diverse range of projects that include Milstein Hall at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY; the renovation and expansion of the College of Veterinary Medicine, also at Cornell University; the Edible Academy at the New York Botanical Garden; Via Verde in the Bronx, NY; and high-end private residences, including a multi-phase adaptive reuse of a former horse farm for artist Cai Guo-Qiang’s country home and studio in Chester, NJ.

Laura works from and resides in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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