Collado Engineering, P.C. announced the promotion of Giorgios (George) Aspras to Associate.
"George has been a key contributor of our success, and we are thrilled to promote him to this important position," said Al Collado, President of Collado Engineering. George, 31, joined the company in 2007 as an entry level engineer and has quickly risen to the Associate position. "We are confident that George will be an important asset in helping our company continue its growth and reach its goals in the years to come," said Andy Hlushko, Vice President.
Mr. Aspras was a Senior Electrical Engineer and Project Manager responsible for the management, design and coordination of electrical and fire alarm systems. He has participated in the design of many types of projects including institutional, commercial, multiple dwelling residential, high-end residential, mission critical, places of worship, and cultural facilities.
His professional experience from conceptual design to finished construction allows him to bring a holistic perspective to any project. He is responsible for the development of many of the firm's engineering standards and design tools. He is a frequent contributor of innovative ideas helping the firm maintain a competitive, technical advantage.
A graduate of Manhattan College in New York City, George holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Engineering with a minor in Mathematics and Computer Science. He also holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
COLLADO ENGINEERING specializes in the design of mechanical and electrical systems for the built environment. Our firm advises clients on architectural engineering issues relating to the heating; ventilating; air conditioning; water supply; drainage; fire suppression, detection and alarm; power generation and distribution systems for a variety of project types; including highly specialized research and healthcare facilities, commercial, educational, retail and residential projects.
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