Tom Harrison

Chief Structural Engineer

Tom Harrison

Chief Structural Engineer

Tom is a skilled structural engineer with an architect’s sensibility – a technical expert with an aesthetic eye.  His career focus is the integration of architecture and engineering. He holds professional degrees and is licensed in both disciplines.

Tom is a nationally recognized author, conference presenter and committee chairperson.  He cofounded the American Society of Civil Engineers Sustainability Committee and served as chairman of ASCE’s Committee on Aesthetics in Design.

Tom joined Muller2 in 2022 after serving over 30 years with several leading architectural and engineering firms.  His work experience encompasses a wide variety of building projects, including significant experience in cladding design, historical renovations, and the planning of large multi-use structures.

  • EDUCATION
  • Licensed Architect, State of Illinois, 1989
  • Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Washington, 1997
  • Licensed Structural Engineer, State of Illinois, 2002
  • Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Texas, 2012
  • Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Michigan, 2016
  • Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Indiana, 2017
  • Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Wisconsin, 2018
  • Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Iowa, 2018
  • Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Minnesota, 2018
  • Registered Structural Peer Reviewer, City of Chicago, 2018
  • LEED Accredited Professional, 2007
  • NCARB Certified, 1997
  • Talk to me about…
  • Structural engineering (of course), books, baseball, and the Blues.
  • What’s your hometown?
  • I’m a fifth generation Chicagoan!
  • What is the greatest risk you have taken?
  • That’s a trick question. Engineers aren’t risk takers. We get paid to worry about extreme events that will most likely never happen (but we’ll be ready if they do).