Tom is passionate about designing healthcare facilities.
He understands the far-reaching effects that well-designed spaces can have on quality of care, patient outcomes, and workflow efficiency. His overarching goal is to design spaces with the end user in mind, making sure there is a level of efficiency and ingenuity baked into each decision that allow owner and architect to realize the vision which ultimately benefits the people we serve.
While Tom’s designs and project management are most often focused on healthcare facilities, his project portfolio is truly diverse. Many of his projects are LEED Gold certified, including the Krause Gateway Center, a showpiece office building that is a structural and architectural marvel in Des Moines, Iowa; the 730,000-square-foot New York Police Academy at College Point, Queens, New York; and the new 90,000-square-foot Laboratory Medicine Building at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, New York.
- American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE)
- Association of Medical Facility Professionals (AMFP)
- International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE)
Areas of Expertise:
- Healthcare facility design
- Educational facility design
- LEED Gold design
Publications and presentations:
- “001: Krause Gateway Center with Thomas Reynolds, PE,” Unstruct, Sebern, Kari, host., Gābl Media, 27 Sept. 2022
Unstruct - Gābl Media // The Podcast and Video Network for the AEC Industry (gablmedia.com)
- “A Resilient Thought,” AIA New York State Quarterly, September 2021
- “The Krause Gateway Center,” STRUCTURE Magazine, July 2019
- Case Study of Krause Gateway Center, ASCE Structural Engineering Conference, 2019
- Case Study of Krause Gateway Center, IABSE Congress, 2019
- “Progressive Collapse at the New York City Police Academy,” 37th IABSE Symposium, 2014, Madrid, Spain
- Continuing Education Technical Lecture on the New York Police Academy Project, ASCE Metropolitan Section, 2013