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Thomas Sardo

Thomas Sardo

Adjunct Instructor

Thomas Sardo, a graduate of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, has worked as an electrical design professional in the New York City market for over 30 years focusing on commercial construction in both new & vintage properties, electrical service upgrades & relocations, as well as disaster recovery projects.  He is recognized for his common sense approach to electrical design and construction.  His design portfolio includes an 800,000 square foot tenant fit-out at 300 Madison Ave, design and the Mellon Bank Center and One Liberty Place in Philadelphia; the disaster recovery of the World Financial Center following the September 11th attacks; rehabilitation of three downtown Manhattan properties after the Superstorm Sandy flooding.  At NYUSPS he teaches Electrical Systems Design IV.

Currently Teaching

Electrical Systems Design IV

The elements discussed in the previous Electrical Systems Design courses are applied to a high-rise office building setting.