IPD Engineering, a mechanical, electrical, and structural engineering firm headquartered in Syracuse, NY, recently expanded its operations into downtown Rochester with an office at the Harro East Building at 400 Andrews Street.
“We are excited to be a part of downtown Rochester and to begin to forge new relationships with the Rochester business community . . .”
Sam Cosamano, President of IPD Engineering
“We are excited to be a part of downtown Rochester and to begin to forge new relationships with the Rochester business community. Adding five Rochester-based employees and the Andrews Street office will allow us to better serve local clients with a team that is only minutes away,” said Sam Cosamano, President of IPD.
Leading IPD’s Rochester Operations is Mike Riola, an engineer who recently joined IPD with deep Rochester roots. Mike brings great leadership, experience, and a focus on designing safe, environmentally responsible systems that maximize longevity and serviceability for buildings of all sizes and functions. Mike graduated from the Kate Gleason College of Engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology, receiving a BS/ME degree with a minor in Business Administration.
“I look forward to helping to create an excellent experience for IPD’s clients. Our Rochester team is committed to engineering excellence and doing our part in making buildings safe, sustainable, and resilient for future generations.”
Michael Riola, Vice President of Rochester Operations
“I grew up in Rochester in a small business family where our clients were our number one priority, and I look forward to helping to create an excellent experience for IPD’s clients. Our Rochester team is committed to engineering excellence and doing our part in making buildings safe, sustainable, and resilient for future generations. Leading IPD’s new office in my hometown of Rochester is a dream come true,” states Michael Riola, Vice President of Rochester Operations.
Since its founding in 2009, IPD has grown substantially, adding additional service lines, market sectors, employees, and offices. IPD’s recent work includes projects such as the Rome Memorial Hospital’s Primary Care Renovation, the new Nexus Center in Utica, the restoration of the historic Hotel Syracuse, and the Catherine Commons Housing Development in Ithaca.
Since 2009, IPD has been working with clients to design systems for their buildings, helping to balance budget and performance, and striving to create buildings that improve the health and experiences of those who use them.
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