Krall named 2010 World-Class Engineering Alumnus

May 10, 2010

Kyle Krall, principal and manager with Thornton Tomasetti, was recently honored with the 2010 World-Class Engineer Alumni Award.

Established by the Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education in 2005, the award honors the achievements of Penn State engineering graduates in the early or middle part of their career. The award winners embody the concept of the "World-Class Engineer," including being aware of the world, solidly grounded, technically broad, innovative, effective in teams and successful as a leader.

Krall is a 1987 architectural engineering graduate and works for the firm's Abu Dhabi and Dubai offices. He has more than 22 years of structural engineering experience in the design of commercial, sports, residential and mixed-use buildings and has worked with both steel and concrete structures.

Krall's recent work includes the New York Times Building in New York City; the RBS Americas Headquarters Building in Stamford, Conn.; AT&T Park in San Francisco; and the Beaver Stadium expansion at Penn State.

Krall also holds a master's degree in civil engineering from Columbia University.

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