PE, LEED AP BD+C
Growing up, Ed was inspired by visits to EPCOT and the National Air and Space Museum. Now he heads the New York office of the firm that engineered them. He enjoys working on some of the world’s most interesting and challenging projects and the opportunities these projects create to mentor and inspire young engineers.
Ed brings fresh thinking to the design challenges of complex critical systems and spaces. With 30 years of experience in new construction and renovation, central chiller plants, critical electrical systems, fire protection, and critical care space upgrades, Ed’s approach delivers designs which creatively solve problems and balance performance, value, and cost.
He teams with architects, owners, and constructors to develop the phased thought necessary to renovate mission critical, critical care spaces, and high-profile public assembly spaces where down time is not an option. Some of the biggest examples of this include the $1 billion phased transformation of Madison Square Garden, a 10-year phased infrastructure replacement project at Westchester Medical Center, reinforcement of the NASDAQ Marketsite facility at Times Square, and the $600 million renovation of the NYC campus that hosts the US Open Tennis Tournament.
More About Ed
- Based in New York
- Board of Directors
- Vice President
- B.S. Mechanical Engineering: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- Madison Square Garden Transformation
- Yankee Stadium
- US Open Tennis Campus Redevelopment
- Westchester Medical Center
- Upson Hall, Cornell University
- Mission Critical