Rand Engineering & Architecture

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    Founded in 1987, RAND Engineering & Architecture, DPC is a 90-person New York City firm that evaluates building systems and designs, specifies, and administerprograms for repair, upgrade, restoration, and new construction for residential, commercial, retail, and institutional properties. Our broad range of expertise includes exterior repair and roof replacement; window and door replacement; Facade Inspection Safety Program (LL 11/98); mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems; structural engineering; interior renovation; retail and commercial build-outs; building condition surveys; energy audits, and retro-commissioning; historic restoration; and Special Inspections.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1987
    HQNew York, US
    Websiterandpc.com
    Employee Ratings4.8

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Nov 2020)107
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Rand Engineering & Architecture

    Stephen A. Varone

    Stephen A. Varone

    Founder & President
    Peter E. Varsalona

    Peter E. Varsalona

    Principal & Vice President; Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Team Leader
    Christopher B. Walsh

    Christopher B. Walsh

    Partner, Chief Administrative Officer
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    Rand Engineering & Architecture Office Locations

    Rand Engineering & Architecture has an office in New York
    New York, US (HQ)
    159 W 25th St
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    Rand Engineering & Architecture Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1987

    Rand Engineering & Architecture Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    B

    82/100

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    Rand Engineering & Architecture Blogs

    Webinar: Everything You Need to Know About Facade Inspection Safety Program (FISP) 9th Cycle

    Facade Inspection Safety Program (FISP) compliance continues during the COVID-19 pandemic with new requirements for the 9th Cycle, which began this past February. In light of a pedestrian's tragic death almost one year ago from falling masonry, and also taking... The post Webinar: Everything You Nee…

    Local Law 152 Gas Piping System Inspection Deadline is Approaching. Heavy Fines for Non-Compliance.

    The first ever cycle filing window for New York City Local Law 152 of 2016, which requires the inspection of gas piping systems at least once every four years, is coming to a close next month. Owners of buildings in... The post Local Law 152 Gas Piping System Inspection Deadline is Approaching. Heav…

    RAND COVID-19 Update: Health & Safety Policy and Operating Procedures

    RAND Health & Safety Policy and Operating Procedures With the recent uptick of COVID-19 cases and flu season upon us, New York State has recently released Cluster Action Initiative Guidance addressing the implementation of additional public health restrictions at COVID-19... The post RAND COVID-…

    Penalty Increase for Failure to Certify Correction of Immediately Hazardous Conditions

    In their on-going efforts to encourage owners to pay closer attention to their buildings’ conditions before hazardous conditions develop, the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) has adopted a new rule increasing the penalties for failure to certify corrections... The post Penalty Increase fo…

    Deadline Extension for FISP Amnesty Program

    Per the Department of Buildings' Facade Amnesty Program, building owners that have not yet filed their FISP 8th Cycle Reports have a chance to administratively close their 8th Cycle filing requirement by filing a 9th Cycle Report regardless of their official 9th Cycle filing period.... The post Dead…

    New York City Considers the Use of Drones in Facade Inspections

    As head of RAND's Drone Team, I, along with my team members, have been advocating to expand the use of drones to enhance facade inspections within New York City. Currently, while many U.S. cities allow the use of drones for... The post New York City Considers the Use of Drones in Facade Inspections …
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    Rand Engineering & Architecture Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Rand Engineering & Architecture founded?

      Rand Engineering & Architecture was founded in 1987.

    • Who are Rand Engineering & Architecture key executives?

      Rand Engineering & Architecture's key executives are Stephen A. Varone, Peter E. Varsalona and Christopher B. Walsh.

    • How many employees does Rand Engineering & Architecture have?

      Rand Engineering & Architecture has 107 employees.

    • Who are Rand Engineering & Architecture competitors?

      Competitors of Rand Engineering & Architecture include Short Elliott Hendrickson, Mota-Engil and Loenbro.

    • Where is Rand Engineering & Architecture headquarters?

      Rand Engineering & Architecture headquarters is located at 159 W 25th St, New York.

    • Where are Rand Engineering & Architecture offices?

      Rand Engineering & Architecture has an office in New York.

    • How many offices does Rand Engineering & Architecture have?

      Rand Engineering & Architecture has 1 office.