Patrick Morrissey, P.E. LEED AP, | Principal


Mr. Morrissey's rich 15 years of engineering experience with commercial projects, most recently within existing landmarked buildings in New York City, has helped him develop an understanding of how to visualize system configurations with extreme physical space constraints. He was the MEP engineering lead for the Retail Redevelopment at the World Trade Center, a 600,000 SF project which spanned across the four main towers on the 16-acre site. Similarly, he led a team of engineers for the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) project for the American Airlines Admirals Lounge renovation project at JFK International Airport in New York and spearheaded the technical site assessment for Deutsche Bank’s 1.3 million square foot North American Headquarters relocation efforts.
Mr. Morrissey takes pride in his timely responsiveness, as well as his willingness to do what it takes to accomplish a collective team goal. Rather than simply going through the motions, he asks questions and gathers detailed information to ensure that both the Architect and the end user are satisfied with the final product.
Patrick received the Iggy Zang Engineering scholarship for North Carolina State University where he graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors in 2000. He went on to attain his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering at NC State after completing coursework and research for Los Alamos National Laboratories.

B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 
Texas Tech University with a Minor in Mathematics, 2011

Registered Professional Engineer
Texas# 133759
New York #087097

Years of Experience