Founded in New York City in 1956 as Lev Zetlin Associates, Thornton Tomasetti has burgeoned into a premier 500-person organization, responsible for engineering the world's most impressive towers such as the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai 101 and Taipei 101, as well as the restoration of some of the world's most historic buildings and landmarks.
What does LZA stand for?
LZA stands for Lev Zetlin Associates (New York)
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Founded in New York City in 1956 as Lev Zetlin Associates, a preeminent and innovative building structural engineering firm, Thornton-Tomasetti is a 400 person, international engineering and design firm comprising three divisions: Thornton-Tomasetti Engineers, the structural design division; LZA Technolog, the multidisciplinary building investigations and restoration design division; and LZA Associates, the multidisciplinary design division.
; Flack & Kurtz Consulting Engineers; Haines Lundberg Waehler; Kohn Pedersen Fox; Lev Zetlin Associates, Inc.