Since joining Silman in 2005, Tom Reynolds has worked on numerous significant, large-scale projects in addition to managing a studio. One notable project that he worked on through design and construction is the New York Police Academy in College Point, Queens, a campus of buildings that extends over 35 acres. His experience encompasses a range of building types for healthcare, K-12, higher education, public agencies, and institutional clients.
Tom is passionate about designing healthcare spaces and in his time with Silman, he has managed several new construction and renovation projects for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, including a new ambulatory care center, a new laboratory building, and new operating rooms at the main MSKCC campus in New York, NY.
In 2019, Tom presented a case study of his work on the Krause Gateway Center in Ames, IA, at the ASCE Structural Engineering Conference, also in Ames; and the same year he presented the project at the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE) Congress in New York, NY. In 2014, Tom presented on “Progressive Collapse at the New York City Police Academy” at the 37th IABSE symposium in Madrid, Spain.