Michael Gerazounis, P.E., LEED AP
"Teamwork is essential. Whether it's putting our heads together with the client, working together in-house, coordinating with the other design consultants or rolling up our sleeves with the contractors in the field, we take the team approach to engineering success!"
Michael Gerazounis is founding Principal of MG Engineering, incorporated in 1991. A mechanical engineer with a strength in building efficiency and management controls, he commenced his career in 1985 at Lizardos Engineering Associates.
Among some of his most significant projects are: the repositioning of the office building at 60 Broad Street in lower Manhattan; the conversion of the original American Radiator Building into the Bryant Park Hotel; the repositioning of an office building for GE in Parsippany, New Jersey; conference and exhibition areas within the Intrepid Air & Space Museum and the conversion of an original 6-story loft warehouse building into the Soho House Hotel. He maintains a strong interest in making existing buildings better.
Michael Gerazounis is licensed in 21 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. He is active in the following professional organizations: ASHRAE (past president, Long Island chapter), NSPE, BOMA and CoreNet.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of New York.
Peter Gerazounis, P.E., LEED AP
"We approach every project from the perspective of the client. We take ownership from the inception and diligently seek to produce the highest quality outcome in the most cost efficient manner to result in a resounding success that is a source of pride for both ourselves and our clients."
Peter Gerazounis is a Principal of MG Engineering. He started his career at Lizardos Engineering Associates as an intern while attending college. After graduation, Peter held positions as a junior engineer at Joseph R. Loring and Associates and BJLJ Engineers and Architects. Peter joined the young and growing MG Engineering in 1993 as an engineer and was later promoted to associate and is today a principal.
Among his most significant projects are: McDonald’s Times Square (three-story, 300-seat restaurant that celebrates the theatrical tradition of Manhattan’s most famous neighborhood); Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein at 1301 Avenue of the Americas (provided redundancy cooling and ventilation systems as well as full emergency power linking many floors); and 90 West Street (severely damaged on September 11, 2001, landmarked building was meticulously restored and converted from commercial to residential use with completely new MEP systems).
Peter Gerazounis is licensed in the State of New York and is a certified LEED Accredited Professional. He is active in the long island chapter of ASHRAE where he served as president from 2007-2008 and is currently a member of the Board of Governors.
He earned a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.