Joseph Marciano, P.E., LEED AP


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Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering (BSME) at Cornell University

Construction Management Diploma from the Real Estate Institute at New York University

Professional Engineer in the State of New York

LEED Accredited Professional

Faculty Professor at Mechanics Institute – General Society of Mechanics and Trade

Member of American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), Urban Green Designers, and Designers Lighting Forum of New York (DLFNY)

Mr. Marciano joined Merritt & Harris as a Mechanical Engineer in 1996. In 2004, he was promoted to Senior Associate. In 2015, he was elevated to Head of the firm’s Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Group and was appointed to the Management Committee of the firm.

Mr. Marciano, a well-respected Mechanical Engineer in the industry by all clients, has performed MEP analysis for major projects spanning all primary divisions and branches of the firm. As a LEED AP, he has incorporated LEED evaluations for existing buildings into the Property Condition Assessment assignments, and assists the Plan & Cost Review Group by analyzing designs for buildings seeking LEED certification. Due to these efforts, he was selected by GBCI to attend an Item Development Meeting that convened in Dallas,for which he provided input helping GBCI restructure and update the LEED accreditation exam for 2009.

Mr. Marciano has worked on some very complex and interesting projects, including:

  • Acapulco Princess Hotel in Acapulco, Mexico
  • Baybrook Mall in Houston, Texas
  • Casa Casurina (Versace Mansion) in Miami Beach, Florida
  • Citicorp Center in New York City
  • CitiPlace in West Palm Beach, Florida
  • Destiny USA in Syracuse, New York
  • Dolce Corporate Center in Norwalk, Connecticut
  • General Motors Building in New York City
  • Gillette Field Commissioning in Foxboro, Massachusetts
  • IBM Corporate Center in Poughkeepsie, New York
  • Lever House in New York City
  • Liberty Towers in Jersey City, New Jersey
  • Penn Plaza Towers in New York City
  • Peter Cooper Village/Stuyvesant Town in New York City
  • Prudential Center in Boston, Massachusetts
  • Sawgrass Marriott Resort & Spa in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida (home of the PGA)
  • Seagrams Building in New York City
  • The Marketplace Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland
  • Time Warner Center in New York City
  • Union Carbide Headquarters in Danbury, Connecticut
  • Westin Times Square & E-Walk Entertainment in New York City
  • World Trade Center Towers in New York City (just prior to 9/11)

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