Giampiero Martuscelli

eng. Giampiero Martuscelli

From 1985 to 1987 he worked as a Structural Engineer for one of the most prestigious Engineering Companies in US, Weidlinge Associates Consulting Engineers, New York. During this period he was involved with a variety of projects including the structural design of the American Embassy Damasco (Syria) and Nicosia (Cyprus), the structural strengthening of the Goldman Sachs steel building in New York and the design of the structural steelwork of a high-rise buildings development in Englewood Cliff (New Jersey).

From 1987 he is an independent designer in Italy his expertise ranging from pure design, to site supervision and structural commissioning. He has been designer and site supervisor for works whose overall cost exceeds 1 billion Euros. He has also been in charge of technical and administrative commissioning on behalf of several bodies, including, Ente Autonomo Mostra di Oltremare,Centro Italiano Ricerche Aerospaziali and ENEL.

Since 2001 he has been lecturing at the University of Naples Federico II as Professor of “Experimentation, testing and control of Structures’” and “Structures’ Technical Design”.

Academic background and professional profile

1984 Civil Engineering Degree, cum Laude – Università di Napoli
1985 Master of Science in Structural Engineering – Columbia University- New York
1985 Chartered Member “Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Napoli”
1995 Subscription “Regione Campania” Register of Structural Commissioners
1998 Member of International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering
2000 “Istituto Nazionale di Architettura” (Rome) – Professor of “The new regulations of public works”.
2001-08 “Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II” (Naples) – Professor of “Experimentation, testing and control of Structures’”
2006 Member of Italian main research panel, “Consiglio Superiore dei Lavori Pubblici” in which he provided advisory work on seismic related issues and their impact on the construction market.
2008-09 “Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II” (Naples) – Professor of “Experimentation, testing and control of materials”
2010 “Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II” (Naples) – Professor of “Structures’ Technical Design”
2011 Prize INARC/ANCE Restauration of Augustus Temple of Rione Terra. Group coordinated by Marco Dezzi Bardeschi.