Tony Canale who is a geotechnical engineer and MRCE associate partner


Tony D. Canale, PE


Tony Canale, a geotechnical engineer, joined MRCE in 1995. He was promoted to Associate Principal 2015 and became a Principal in 2023.

For over twenty-five years, Tony has been involved in a wide range of design and construction projects covering transportation, commercial and residential development, and public utility structures. His responsibilities extend from due diligence and subsurface investigations to design and construction phase services. He brings a collaborative spirit to his projects in an effort to develop practical and inventive solutions that meet project challenges.

Outside the office, Tony is an advocate for the engineering profession, supporting various professional engineering societies, serving as an Adjunct Professor at Manhattan College, guest lecturing at universities and leading engineering outreach programs to K-12 students.


  • Manhattan College, BSCE, 1994
  • Virginia Polytechnic University, MSCE, 1995

Professional engineering licenses

  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Massachusetts
  • Vermont
  • Rhode Island
  • New Hampshire


  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • American Consulting Engineers Council (ACEC),ACEC-NY NYS Thruway Committee
  • Deep Foundations Institute (DFI), Driven Pile and Drilled Shaft Committee
  • National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)
  • Manhattan College Adjunct Professor (2008 - present)
  • Manhattan College Consultors Committee (2010-present)
  • The Moles
  • New York City Building Codes Committee, Structural Committee (2011-2014) (2017-present)
  • Received a "40 Under 40" Leaders in the Building Design and Construction Industry Award, 2011

Notable projects:

  • NYSTA Mario G. Cuomo Bridge (Tappan Zee Bridge Replacement), Westchester County, NY
  • Times Square Redevelopment (Times Square Tower and 5 Times Square), New York, NY
  • CitiField (New Mets Stadium), Queens, NY
  • The Spiral (66 Hudson Boulevard), New York, NY
  • 441 Ninth Avenue (Hudson Commons), New York, NY
  • Gotham Center 1 & 3, and Queens Plaza, Queens, NY
  • UBS Arena (New Islander Arena), Elmont, NY