InterAgency
Engineering 
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New York

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Who We Are

The New York InterAgency Engineering Council (NYIEC) was established in July of 1979 by a group of professionals representing eight public agencies and utility companies in the New York metropolitan region.

Since then, the NYIEC has grown to include sixteen City, State and Regional agencies and utilities.

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Officers

Chair: Larry Osborn, AIA , NYC School Construction Authority

Secretary: Catherine Nigro, PE, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

Treasurer: Rocco Mastronardi, PE, NYC Office of the Comptroller

Website: David Chen, NYC Dept. of Citywide Administrative Services Energy Management

Our Mission 

The NYIEC's Mission is to promote common endeavors in the area of concern to its member organizations in order to enable the member organizations to better fulfill their role in serving the public.  Included are:

  • Exchange of information
  • Keeping abreast of innovations in engineering and construction
  • Development of common technical specifications
  • Development of common contract clauses
  • Public matters of engineering concern
  • Developing an increased awareness of the importance of engineering among the public, elected officials, and community leaders
  • Provide information to public officials, community leaders, and other organizations on issues affecting engineering and construction

Membership

Membership in the council is open to government agencies, public benefit corporations, and public utilities that are active in Engineering and Architectural Design and Construction in the New York City Metropolitan Region

Currently there are seventeen (17) member agencies, each member agency nominates a delegate and an alternated delegate to represent them. Click here to become an agency delegate member.
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The New York InterAgency Engineering Council (NYIEC) is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization in New York City, servicing the New York City Region.

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