Jessica Mandrick has worked with Gilsanz Murray Steficek since June 2007. She holds dual degrees from Swarthmore College – one in Engineering and the other in Studio Art.
She is currently working on the Yale University Peabody Museum Expansion and the redevelopment of 315 Hudson Street. Other projects include the creation of the MCC Theater within an existing building, the new 98,000 square foot academic laboratory building at Southern Connecticut State University, installation projects at the Guggenheim Museum, theater renovations at the Baryshnikov Arts Center, as well as several private residences in flood hazard areas along the Eastern Seaboard.
Jessica served on the ASCE 24 Urban Flood Study team after hurricane Sandy and also assisted with the DOB Sandy recovery efforts. She was a team member on the 2016 Earthquake Reconnaissance trip to Taiwan. She is the past-chair of the ASCE Structural Engineering Institute’s Young Professionals Committee. Jessica serves on the Editorial Board of STRUCTURE magazine, on ASCE 7-22 Flood Loads Subcommittee as Secretary/Balloteer/Historian, and is a member of the ASCE 24 Flood Resistant Design & Construction Committee.
Jessica is a Registered Structural Engineer in California, Professional Civil Engineer in New York and California, and a LEED AP. She is a 2019 Emerging Leader, awarded by the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) New York Future Leaders Committee.