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Hatfield Group is a women-owned structural engineering practice based in New York City. The firm was founded in 2016 by Erleen Hatfield and Martin Finio of Christoff:Finio Architecture. Its portfolio of work includes stadiums, museums, institutions of higher education, office buildings, multi-family residential towers.
Hatfield Group is a cross-disciplinary practice that employs both engineers and architects to principles of design into its structural and facade engineering services. The firm researches and employs emerging building technologies and systems, including generative design, custom repetitive manufacturing, and data-driven design.
- Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
- Chengdu Museum of Natural History, Chengdu, China
- 510 Driggs, Brooklyn, NY
- 184 Morgan Street, Jersey City, NJ
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