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Boston, MA. – March 12, 2020 – Alares hires Fabrizio Cornali, PhD as Senior Structural Engineer
Cornali brings his extensive structural engineering experience with specific expertise in seismic evaluation and design. He has worked with both government agencies and private industry. Cornali has his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Engineering and Applied Sciences from the University of Bergamo, (Tufts University). He also has a Master of Science (M.Sc.), and a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Building Engineering.
In his role Cornali will manage the structural engineering department with a focus on seismic upgrade design. Currently he is working on several seismic upgrade projects for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Don Maggioli, CEO of Alares said “We’re very excited to have Fabrizio on board. His depth of experience, knowledge and management capabilities will complement our growing team of seasoned engineers.”
Alares achieves measurable results in design, energy, environmental and commissioning.
For more information, contact Carol Costello at 617-481-6390.