Matthew T. Reiter, PE, SE has a breadth of experience in structural design and management from his work with Cornell's Facilities Engineering Department, to project consultant work with Thornton Tomasetti, working on bridges and buildings for new construction, rehabilitation, and structural repair. Matthew T. Reiter received a Master of Civil Engineering from Villanova University in 2002 and a Master of Engineering Management from Cornell University in 2019. He joined the CEE Faculty in July 2021.
Structural engineering, structural steel, masonry, structural mechanics and materials, engineering management.
Selected Awards and Honors
The Masonry Society Service Award, 2020
Cornell Facilities, One Cornell Award, 2020
Cornell Facilities, Cornerstone Award for Effectiveness Improvement, 2019
Cornell University President’s Award for Employee Excellence, Nominee, 2018
M.Eng. in Engineering Management, Cornell University, 2019
Master of Civil Engineering, Structural Concentration, Villanova University, 2002
Thesis: “Experimental Tests on Non-composite Cellular Steel Beams”
Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Villanova University, 2001
Magna Cum Laude