Project Manager, Structural Engineering

  • What’s your favorite McCormick Taylor memory?

    Structures group happy hours and Wednesday pizza lunch

  • What’s something you’d like to learn?

    Basic HVAC skills (beyond filter replacement)

  • What’s something someone would be surprised to learn about you?

    I used to drive a small city bus for a living.

  • What are three things you can’t live without?

    Family, freedom to move, and homemade meal


Andriy Turbin, PE, has been with McCormick Taylor for over 19 years and is a Project Manager in the Structures Group in our Mount Laurel, New Jersey office. His responsibilities include coordinating with clients, managing structural tasks among project team members, developing design solutions, and leading the preparation of design drawings, calculations, and specifications for bridge projects. He also serves as a technical mentor to younger engineers.


While working on bridge designs is fulfilling to Andriy, seeing them built in the field is what he likes most about his work. Andriy recently led the design for the Route 130, Bridge over Big Timber Creek Project located in Gloucester/Camden Counties, New Jersey. This 3-span, 325' long bridge crosses over navigational waters and is one of the biggest structures he has designed. Andriy is looking forward to the groundbreaking noting he is “excited to see the contractor convert McCormick Taylor's ‘paper’ bridge into what will be a local infrastructure landmark”.


When Andriy isn’t working, he enjoys contact sports and traveling. He has been involved with Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for more than 17 years. These hobbies are now reflected in his 15-year-old son’s deep interest in wrestling.


Andriy has also visited several unique and interesting places with his family over the years. His favorite spot has been Bamberg, Rothenberg and Dinkelsbuhl in Germany due to his love for old buildings. The medieval architecture of the small towns they visited were fascinating to him.


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