Ramon Gilsanz is a founding Partner of Gilsanz Murray Steficek. In his 40-year career as a structural engineer, he has worked on a wide range of projects, constructing and renovating buildings using steel, concrete, timber, masonry, glass, and composites.
Ramon’s experience ranges widely: new buildings, adaptive reuse, and special structures such as the tallest building in Spain (the Caja Madrid Tower)and the Cai Guo-Qiang exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum. He is an active contributor to the structural engineering community and is currently helping develop a new code for existing buildings in NYC. Ramon is serving on ASCE 7-28 committees as a Member of the General Structural Requirements Subcommittee and as an Associate Member on the Main Committee, the Wind Subcommittee, and the Loads on Temporary Structures Subcommittee.