Architecture & Construction Forum
Darrin McIntyre is currently Vice President of Sciame’s MEP Department. Darrin joined as a MEP Superintendent in 2003 and in 2006 was promoted to lead the MEP Department. In 2007, Darrin led the charge to develop Sciame’s BIM Department and has been an integral to the success of MEP installations on many of Sciame’s most prestigious projects. His 38 years of construction experience have proved invaluable to Scaime and each of its clients.
The projects Darrin has been involved with during his tenure with the company include; the Perelman Performing Arts Center at the World Trade Center, The Shed at Hudson Yards, Morgan Library & Museum, Princeton University, Cooper Union, The Guggenheim Museum, City Tech’s New Academic Complex, Grace Farms, Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center for Columbia University, Theater for a New Audience, New Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum of Arts and Design, LeFrak Center at Lakeside Prospect Park, Donald Judd Home & Studio, The Mark Hotel and the Museum of the Moving Image.
Darrin has also been affiliated with some of the following industry organizations:
• CMAA National Technology Committee Member (CMAA Conference Presenter, NYC and Washington DC)
• NYC DOB BIM Site Safety Program – Contractors Advisory Panel, 2012-2013
• Core member LEAN NYC, NYC chapter of the Lean Construction Institute
• National Institute of Building Sciences Member (BIM Standards)
• Metro BIM-NYC / NYC Revit Users Group
Ted Osborne brings 40 years of architectural design and planning experience to the Building Services Group. Responsible for every aspect of his major assignments, Ted’s involvement in architectural design encompasses significant domestic and international expertise producing creative design solutions for Fortune 500 companies with a strong commitment to integrity, service, collaboration, innovation, and design.
His prior work includes architectural design and engineering solutions for pharmaceutical manufacturing plants, research and development labs, urban redevelopment programs, corporate headquarters buildings, healthcare, education, and as project principal developing infrastructure protection measures due to Superstorm Sandy damage. He has worked on projects for: N.J. Department of Treasury, N.J. Department of Transportation, N.J. Turnpike Authority, Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission and The New York State Thruway Authority.
Active in the construction industry since 1982, Jay has led complex renovation projects for signature commercial properties in and around New York City. Some of his current and most recent projects include some of the most renowned spaces in the city such as Saks Fifth Avenue and the Hudson Yards Observation Deck, Edge. A vast majority of his assignments – interior and exterior renovations, office, lobby, and retail fit-outs, corporate restacks, MEP system modernizations and exterior reclads –take place in occupied facilities where safety is paramount. He currently oversees the portfolio for all of Gilbane’s interiors work. He has been responsible for overseeing all office and field operations, is committed to collaboration and partnership with all project stakeholders, and is adept at seamlessly managing projects from the early stages of preconstruction and design analysis to completion and final closeout.
With an impressive portfolio that ranges from a 500SF design lab for Macy’s to a 350,000SF headquarters for A+E Networks, Mark brings a vibrant depth of perspective to his role as Principal. For decades, he has been a driving force for creativity, social, and environmental responsibility in design, and it is his belief that it is the responsibility of design to respond to, and elevate, the human experience. In 2006 he was named Contract magazine’s designer of the year thanks to his exceptional innovative work. He is an adept problem-solver with a great sense of creativity and curiosity in people, process, and materiality. It is this boundless curiosity that pushes him to dig ever deeper in understanding how organizations, and the people in them, work. And this is what allows him to create such uniquely and brilliantly effective solutions for his clients.
David Glickman is the founder and managing partner of GEA Consulting Engineers, which was started in his attic in 1996. With their current staff of over 45 engineers, GEA is the leading MEP Engineer for large-scale multi-use projects, including residential, hotel and retail. GEA incorporates cutting edge technology and forward-thinking design in all their projects and is especially proud of the repeat business they have been able to sustain with leading developers and retailers throughout the country. He received his BSME from Columbia University and worked for several large engineering firms before founding GEA.
Joshua Levinson, President of Artistic Tile’s Wholesale division, is a proud ambassador for the brand interfacing with both customers and suppliers globally. He finds great excitement in visiting the quarries of the natural stones that Artistic Tile offers, noting that the quarry is the heart and soul of the industry. “To visit a quarry is to truly know and appreciate the stone that is born there,” declares Josh.
Josh oversees the technical and logistical operations of the company, and on a daily basis works to ensure the timely, safe and successful installation of Artistic Tile’s beautiful product on job sites worldwide. To achieve this outcome, Josh communicates with the A and D community and tile and stone installers on a daily basis, on projects from small to large.
Josh is a frequent presenter to the trade and homeowners as well. Years of practical knowledge gained through job site visits, quarry tours, factory inspections, and educational seminars have made him a sought after resource.
Josh is currently a member of the Natural Stone Institute’s Board of Directors and serves on its Technical Committee. Josh is also a National Tile Contractor’s Association (NTCA) Technical Committee Member, and a voting member of The Tile Council of North America’s “TCNA Handbook for Ceramic, Glass and Stone Tile Installation” committee. The TCNA Handbook Committee standardizes installation specifications for tile to ensure that installers have access to knowledge, guidelines, and techniques that make our products look and perform as perfectly as our clients deserve.
Josh is a graduate of the University of Colorado and is married with three children. In his spare time, he is an avid skier and sports enthusiast.
Miriam has been an integral member of the ADI team since 2014. She is a sought after team leader and project manager who applies her expertise to a wide range of commercial and corporate projects nationwide.
Miriam was born in the U.S. and completed her professional studies in Israel. Her diverse experience provides her with a unique perspective on the universality of design.
Rebecca leads innovative growth at Drawboard and is enthusiastic about helping AEC teams take on complex transformational challenges and deliver design review experiences that edge both artistic and effective. She is introducing Bullclip to the North American AEC market, which is a real-time design collaboration platform that organizes, optimizes, and shorts the design review cycles for Architects and Engineers. In summary, Bullclip is an elegant blend of design fluidity, accuracy, and collaboration.
Valeria Postorino Suppan is an Italian structural engineer, and the founder of Squadroo. Valeria has cooperated with some of the most globally renowned architectural and engineering firms, such as Werner Sobek, Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid, Fernando Romero, MAD, and Rafael Vinoly. She has worked on record-setting structures all around the world, such as the Expo Milano Bridges, the George Lucas Museum, and the Brenner Basis tunnel, among others. By the time she turned 25, her portfolio had reached $7Bill USD in construction costs.
In 2019 Valeria founded Squadroo, a consumer tech product aimed at providing users with a seamless construction experience. She believes the construction industry is unduly fragmented, and her mission is to make the process more efficient, transparent, and time-/costeffective.
This event is free for Professional, Heritage + Professional, Young Leadership, VIP Leadership, President, CEO, and Chairman members.
This event starts on December 10th at 6:00 PM.
Join YJP's Architecture and Construction Forum on December 10th!
We will be serving gourmet bites, signature cocktails, and strategic networking as we convene with the top movers and shakers in the architecture and construction industries.
Our signature roundtable format is specifically designed to foster organic discussions about future trends and develop new long-term professional relationships.
6:00 - 6:30 PM | Cocktail Reception & Gourmet Bites
6:30- 7:30 PM | Breakout Session (2 concurrent roundtables)
7:30 - 8:30 PM | Post-Session Networking & Cocktails
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- Professional members of the AEC and Real Estate networks and above
Disclaimer: This event is for young professionals age 40 and younger
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