PRINCIPALS

  • Charles Thornton
    Dr. Charles Thornton, P.E.
    Chairman

    Dr. Thornton's work comprises an internationally-renowned portfolio including working with Thornton Tomasetti on the structural design of the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur and Taipei 101 – the world's previous two tallest buildings. A recognized expert in structural analysis, this global businessman, lecturer and humanitarian has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering and awarded the ENR Award of Excellence and the Hoover Medal, among numerous other honors.

  • Donald Blackwelder
    Donald L. Blackwelder
    President

    Donald presides over the TTG team of professionals and the day-to-day running of the company. His career began as an analyst with Conoco/Phillips and later started his own commercial real estate company in Fairfield, CT where he worked for 20 years, eventually starting a new company in Utah which became the fourth largest commercial real estate company in the State of Utah. Donald received his education at Brigham Young University, University of Utah and Harvard University.

  • Cameron
    R. Cameron Walker
    CEO

    Cam Walker represents the Risk Management area of the TTG team. He has over 35 years of experience as a licensed advisor to companies and individuals nationally and internationally in the Financial Services, Investment and Banking Industry. His affiliation with companies such as Merrill Lynch, Prudential Securities, and Bank of America, have given him the insight and experience necessary to put the current economic environment into perspective, and have a clear view of present and future opportunities. Cam received his education at Brigham Young University and currently serves as a member and consultant of the Dan Abraham Strategic Dialogue Board, finding solutions to economic, environmental, and political challenges in the Middle East, and throughout the world.

“The TTG System maximizes the structural efficiencies of steel and concrete to create a strong and safe structural frame that weighs about 40% less than comparable all-concrete structures and meets all applicable building and seismic codes. This results in a reduction of 40-50% in structural and foundations costs.“ Dr. Charles Thornton, P.E.
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