Tali Mejicovsky is an Associate and Façade Engineer in Arup’s New York office. She has more than 20 years of façade experience around the globe having completed projects in the US, Australia, Israel, Singapore and Malaysia. Her expertise on complex façade projects ranges from early stage concept design through construction covering materials selection, structural analysis, waterproofing, system detailing and specifications.
Tali has worked on variety of building types and high profile projects including the Harvard Art Museum, Frick Chemistry Lab at Princeton University, Fulton Street Transit Center, residential tower blocks in New Songdo City, Korea and Ben Gurion Airport. With a background in structural engineering, Tali has presented and published on the discipline of façade engineering and has been invited to critique studio work in the architecture departments at Pratt, Columbia, Cornell, Penn, Parsons and Georgia Tech.