Jeffrey Duy holds over fifteen years of experience as an electrical engineer.  His expertise covers the full life cycle of a project’s Electrical and Fire Alarm systems’ development, from code analysis and concept planning through to construction drawings, specifications, and construction administration.  His projects span a variety of project types, including institutional buildings, luxury retail, and high-rise residential and hotels.   Mr. Duy’s recent projects include: the Logan Center for the Arts, the University of Chicago’s new visual, digital media and performing arts center; 215 Chrystie Street, Ian Schrager’s new venture featuring 356 hotel rooms, 11 condominium residences and multiple separate dining & entertaining spaces; 20 Broad Street, a 32 story, 550,000 SF residential building with 532 dwelling units and 60,000 SF of retail space; the award winning Museum of the Moving Image renovation and expansion; NYC Parks’ Ocean Breeze Track and Field Athletic Complex; and over 20 Hermès of Paris retail stores across twelve states.

Eduardo Galeano has over eight years of experience in performing computer simulations for building energy modeling analyses using Trane Trace 700 and/or eQuest based software for commercial/residential facilities following NYSERDA’s incentive programs and/or USGBC’s certification (LEED) requirements. He also assists in the design process of HVAC mechanical systems for different types of facilities including new construction and existing building renovations.  Notable projects include 160 Leroy Street; Elmhurst Library; Hermès of Paris stores in Miami, Atlanta, and Seattle; Fordham Library; Essex House; and 170 Amsterdam Street.

Natalie Kovac has over nine years of experience  in the design of HVAC systems. Her responsibilities include preparation of heating and cooling load calculations, tenant fit-outs, equipment selection, piping, and duct system design, site investigations and evaluation of existing HVAC Systems, shop drawing review, and Construction Management. She has designed building systems for commercial, hospitality, and retail projects at ads, ranging from hotels to schools and museums. Most recently, Ms. Kovac was the project manager and was responsible for the design of the HVAC systems for the Luce Center at the New York Historical Society. She also led the HVAC design team and provided a project management role on the new 630 room Marriott Moxy Hotel on Seventh Avenue in New York City.