Computational Community Leader
Kayleigh Houde joined Buro Happold in 2014 in the New York office where she worked as a senior mechanical engineer on projects such as 45 Broad Street, 25 Park Row and Columbia Business School.
During that time she led the BIM and computational communities of both New York and Los Angeles, by developing computational tools and training.
Kayleigh now leads the computational community for Buro Happold globally. Her focus is upskilling individuals in visual programming and coding, as well as bringing those individuals together to participate in the wider global computational community.