Grassi Co and Zetlin De Chiara host architecture and engineering market outlook briefing

Moore Stephens North America member firm, Grassi & Co. is  joining forces with Zetlin & De Chiara LLP  to host the second annual A&E Market Outlook Briefing: Planning for 2014 and Beyond on Tuesday, April 8th from 8:00-10:00am at the Center for Architecture’s Tafel Hall. At the event, the results of the 2014 A&E Market Outlook Survey, which was completed by leading architecture and engineering firms in the New York Metro area, will be revealed.

The A&E Market Outlook Survey was created by Grassi & Co. and Zetlin & De Chiara LLP in an effort to provide architecture and engineering executives with a market intelligence tool to assist in guiding their business objectives and strategies. The survey is a valuable resource that helps identify best practices, emerging trends, and industry benchmarks to assist in planning for the year ahead.

During the panel discussion on April 8,  industry executives will share perspectives on the survey’s key findings and other topics, including the current state of the Architecture and Engineering markets, expectations for growth within various industry sectors and at their respective firms, and industry trends that are impacting the New York regional Architecture & Engineering community.

Robert Brewer, Grassi & Co. Partner and A&E Industry Leader, and Michael Vardaro, Managing Partner at Zetlin & De Chiara LLP, will moderate the conversation with a distinguished group of panelists, which includes: Raymond Beeler, President of AIA New York State; Michael Buoncore, Sr. Vice President and CFO, Greenman Pedersen, Inc.; Robert Dusconi, CFO of SH Group, Inc. and Syska Hennessy Group, Inc.; Eric Goshow, Owner of Goshow Architects LLP; Jay Simson, President of ACEC New York; and Joe Tortorella, President of Robert Silman Associates Structural Engineers, D.P.C.

The A&E Market Outlook Survey was sponsored by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) New York, The American Institute of Architects (AIA) New York State and the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Metro NY/NJ Chapter.



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