Heintges Consulting Architects & Engineers P.C. is an award-winning professional consulting firm specializing in the design and implementation of the building envelope.

Since 1989, Heintges has consulted on more than 150 million square feet of facades for projects throughout the U.S. and in 24 other countries. We collaborate with visionary architects and owners on some of the world’s most challenging projects, ranging from mega-tall office towers to museums, and second homes. In the U.S., recent projects include World Trade Tower 4, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Whitney Museum, Stanford University Bing Concert Hall, Uber Mission Bay, and the renovation of the United Nations Headquarters.

The expertise of our professional staff encompasses all aspects of the design and quality assured construction of custom curtain walls, specialty glazing, opaque cladding systems, exterior stonework, and structural glass. We are committed to innovation and fluency in the latest technologies, and to maintaining our expertise and quality standards in a highly collaborative office environment. Many of our firm’s senior staff members also present at international conferences and lecture at academic institutions including Columbia and Rice University.

Heintges has offices in New York and San Francisco. Our main office is located in Manhattan and houses an extensive library and collection of enclosure materials, including more than 5,000 glass samples, to support our work and ongoing research in the field of enclosure design.

FTI Leadership

Areta Pawlynsky
College of Fellows, Fellow
Robert Heintges
College of Fellows, Fellow