Advisory Board Member

Joseph Menasce, PE

Joseph MenasceMr. Menasce is the Principal of JEM Consulting Engineers. He is a New York State licensed Professional Engineer with more than three decades of experience in the design of building services, including energy modeling and load calculations.

Some of his latest and major HVAC projects include 3 East 71st Street, 40 East 62nd Street, and 30 East 65th Street (steam heating service upgrades); Dayton Beach Park #1, 321 East 73rd Street, and 8 East 75th Street (water pressure booster pumps); Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center (standpipe fire and sprinkler system upgrades); Kennedy Street Quad (underground utilities piping replacement); and 75 Varick Street (water storage tank replacement and fire protection upgrade).

Prior to joining JEM Consulting Engineers, Mr. Menasce worked for various engineering and manufacturing companies including “Treadwell Corporation”, “Gibbs & Cox Engineers”, “A. Friedland Consulting Engineers”, “Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation”, “Rand”, and “STV”. At these firms, he worked on a wide variety of projects such as designing HVAC, plumbing and fire protection systems for industrial plants as well as designing piping systems for nuclear power plants.

In addition, he provided mechanical engineering services to a wide range of client for commercial, institutional, and governmental properties such as New York City School Construction Authority; New Jersey State Police; Metropolitan Transit Authority; Port Authority of NY & NJ; Citywide Administrative Services; Department of Correction; and MTA Bridges & Tunnels. Among his projects were boiler conversions, HVAC renovations, fire alarm upgrades, domestic water & piping upgrades, chiller and cooling tower installations, water tank replacements, master plan development, and seismic plan designs.

Mr. Menasce received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering and his Master of Science Degree in Solid Mechanics from the City College of New York. He is a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and an officer of the Instrument Society of America.

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