Jessica Mandrick, PE, SE, LEED AP


Jessica Mandrick has worked with Gilsanz Murray Steficek since June 2007 and was promoted to Partner in 2022.

Jessica has a wide range of experience in multiple disciplines, with specialties in the arts, education facilities, renovations, and buildings in the floodplain. She also has extensive experience with luxury residences. Some of her most notable projects include the firm’s installation projects at the Guggenheim Museum, the academic laboratory building at Southern Connecticut State University, the renovations of 315 Hudson Street and 437 Madison Avenue, and the renovation and addition to the Peabody Museum at Yale University.

Highly involved in the structural engineering community, Jessica served on the ASCE 24 Urban Flood Study team after hurricane Sandy, assisted with the DOB Sandy recovery efforts, and was a team member on the 2016 Earthquake Reconnaissance trip to Taiwan. She is a member of the ASCE 24-20 Flood Resistant Design & Construction Committee, the Secretary-Balloteer-Historian for the ASCE 7-22 Flood Load Subcommittee, and assisted with edits to Appendix G of the New York City Building Code. Jessica is currently serving on the ASCE 7-28 committee as a Member of the Flood Load Subcommittee. She also serves on the Editorial Board of STRUCTURE magazine.

Jessica holds dual degrees from Swarthmore College – one in Engineering and the other in Studio Art. She is a Professional Civil Engineer in New York, a Registered Structural Engineer in California, and a LEED AP.