Carlo Taddei, PE, LEED AP
Carlo leads the JQ Fort Worth office as Principal. In this role, he is responsible for the leadership of the office, client interaction, consulting and review of projects from inception through construction. Focused on consulting for building projects, Carlo contributes structural design and analytical experience to JQ, alongside a genuine concern for serving client interests. Recognized for his success in projects of all sizes, Carlo’s attention to details and dedication to client relationships manifests in successful work and repeat clients.
Education: ME in Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University; BS in Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University
Year started at JQ: 2004
Hometown: McAllen, Texas
Talk to me about:I have a pretty eclectic taste in music, but gravitate toward classic rock; I enjoy going to concerts and watch a lot of movies.
What one accomplishment (professional or personal) are you most proud of: Being selected for the 40 under 40 class of 2017 by the Fort Worth Business Press
What’s your favorite project you’ve worked on at JQ: My favorite would have to be the TAMU Zachry Engineering Education Complex. My engineering journey started in the Zachry building with Engineering Orientation, and I had four classes in the old Zachry building. Being a graduate of Texas A&M and having the opportunity to lead our team for the reimagining and expansion of Zachry to be the largest building on campus and further establish TAMU as a leader in engineering education has been a great honor.
What are you most passionate about in your profession: Continual learning and advancing the profession of structural engineering by collaboratively working with clients to come up with creative solutions and helping train the next generation of engineers