Aaron White

Aaron White

Aaron White, PE

Director of Digital Practice
Structures

Aaron brings over 15 years of experience in structural design of large and complex structures. With an emphasis on public assembly projects, he has worked on notable structures such as the expansions of the Orlando, Chicago and Boston Convention Centers. Aaron also has experience working on roofs with spans more than 400’ such as on the retractable roof for the Florida Marlins New Ballpark. In addition, he has performed structural design on multiple collegiate facilities and on numerous healthcare facilities.

He is actively involved in the firm, working on the Knowledge Management Steering Committee and Structural Documentation Oversight Committee. Aaron has presented at multiple conventions and was a guest speaker at West Point.  He is a registered engineer in Florida and possesses Master and Bachelor degrees from Cornell University.

See Aaron's discussion on Delivering Value at the Intersection of Digital, Lean, and Deep Relationships and Leveraging Data to Expand Stewardship

What three words best describe you?
Perceptive. Competitive. Loyal.
What’s the best advice you’ve received—so far?
“There’s always a better way.”
Why did you choose Walter P Moore?
After spending five years in the gray drizzle of winters at Cornell getting my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, I was ready for a weather change; my advisor knew Larry Griffis. I intended to move back after getting my license. 17 years later, still here due to the culture and partners.
In a word, what do you expect of co-workers?
Open-minds.

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Phone Number: 
813-275-8120

PUBLICATIONS

“Soaring Structures, Booming U.S. Convention Market Demands Sophisticated Structural Approaches,” Auditoria, January 2002

“Collegiate Conversions, Strategies for Creating Winning College Stadium Improvements,” Stadia, September 2001

“Creatively Collegiate,” Panstadia, November 2004

“Supporting Role,” Modern Steel Construction, August 2005

“Smart Roof,” PanStadia, Spring 2010

“The Software on which Collaboration Was Built,” Structural Engineering & Design, June 2010

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