Sullivan Engineering is pleased to announce that Edward Pon will join the company as Director, leading a team of Senior Project Managers on the Operations team at the company’s NYC headquarters. Ed is a registered architect who brings over 30 years’ experience in the industry, making him a technical asset to the Sullivan Engineering team.
Ed, formerly Director of Healthcare Projects at Howard L. Zimmerman Architects, P.C., will take on the position of Director. Ed brings extensive experience in façade restoration, roofing masonry, and existing curtain wall systems. Before being named Director, Ed led a team managing projects at many of NY’s top hospitals and healthcare facilities, as well as many large NYC residential complexes. Ed also serves as Chairman of the Town of Harrison, NY Architectural Review Board.
Ed enjoys being involved in all aspects of façade restoration and takes pride in working with clients and mentoring young associates in the field. He firmly believes in teamwork and has a reputation of being practical and fair. Recently, Ed has focused on cultivating long-term relationships with clients and providing them with innovative solutions to complex challenges.
Ed and his family live in Westchester, New York. He and his wife have three children, including two sons, and a daughter who will be graduating from Tufts this year. In his free time, Ed enjoys renovation and DIY projects, as well as a diverse range of hobbies, from sports, motorcycling, and skiing to cabinet making and maple sugaring.
We are also excited to announce that William (Bill) Davis will join the company as Director, leading a team of Senior Project Managers on the Operations team at the company’s NYC headquarters. Bill brings 20 years’ experience to the role and is well-respected in the industry as a trusted professional.
Bill, formerly a Sr. Project Manager at FSI Architecture, will assume the position of Director. Bill brings an extensive background in building envelope restoration and forensics, along with a passion for leading and mentoring team members. He is a member of the AAIA and NCARB and holds an OSHA supported and suspended scaffolding certification.
Before being named Director, Bill spent 14 years restoring building envelopes in forensic investigations, affording him extensive experience in all aspects of restoration including roofing, masonry, and waterproofing. Throughout his career, Bill has worked with property managers, contractors, co-op boards, consultants, and attorneys. In 2008, Bill completed Restore Masonry Conservation training and gained experience in both water entry prevention and moisture control.
Bill lives in Long Beach, LI with his wife and son. In his free time, Bill enjoys surfing year-round, traveling, and spending time with his family.