Martin Sosa Perez
While earning a degree in civil engineering technology with a concentration in structural engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology, Martin served as a leader and mentor to other students. Even as his demanding coursework and design projects challenged him to advance his knowledge of materials and mechanics, he took every opportunity to support ambitious science and technology students like himself, particularly those who share his Latin American heritage. He collaborated on teams to develop structural calculations and designs for buildings and bridges, studied concrete and steel design principles and forensic analysis, all while taking on executive committee positions in student organizations.
As an RIT research assistant and an intern in civil/structural engineering, Martin applied the concepts he’d mastered in the classroom to real-world design, analysis, and contract administration for engineering projects. He brings focused coursework in environmental studies and criminal justice to address the complex considerations of buildings’ impact on users and communities. At Hoffmann, he supports New York project teams in the investigation, design, and rehabilitation of building enclosures.
Martin is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), as well as the Hoffmann Diversity & Inclusion Committee. He is fluent in Spanish.
Outside the office, Martin likes to cook, especially Latin American food. A sports fan and athlete, he also loves to attend sporting events, go bowling, biking, and swimming, and play volleyball, kickball, and badminton.
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