Engineer Intern

Torin McCue, E.I.

Torin McCue, E.I.

BSCE, University of Colorado, 2016
M.Sc., University of Minho, 2019
M.Sc., Czech Technical University in Prague, 2019

Engineer Intern, Atkinson-Noland & Associates, New York, New York

Mr. McCue is an engineer intern with Atkinson-Noland & Associates in New York, New York, a consulting firm specializing in evaluation and repair of masonry materials and structures. Joining the firm in 2016, his current work includes nondestructive evaluation of modern and historic structures, condition assessment of structures, in-situ testing, and design of masonry repairs and strengthening. Mr. McCue also brings a strong knowledge of structural engineering and design to the ANA team.

Mr. McCue received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder, graduating with Magna Cum Laude honors. He also received a dual Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Minho (Portugal) and the Czech Technical University in Prague, graduating with honors. The master’s degrees were granted as part of a joint international program, the Structural Analysis of Historic Constructions (SAHC), which focuses on the conservation of historic structures.

Prior to joining Atkinson-Noland, Mr. McCue participated in a Discovery Learning Research Apprenticeship during which time he formulated fabrication and testing techniques for bio-based natural fiber composites for construction applications. His master’s thesis work involved designing a concrete mix design to mimic ancient Roman seawater concrete, which then calibrated a finite element model he used to perform thermo-mechanical analyses on existing Roman structures.