Cindy Feinberg is a Licensed Professional Engineer as well as LEED Accredited Professional. With more than twenty years of experience, Ms. Feinberg coordinates collaboration among design and management components. She is an enthusiastic leader and team player with strong project management and communication skills. She is a recognized expert in the planning, design and construction of sophisticated mechanical and electrical systems for complex projects. As principal of the company, Cindy is committed to aligning and implementing the resources of the JFK&M team to meet and exceed client expectations. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Rochester.
Cindy has worked on projects such as the rehabilitation of The National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, NY, formerly the Seneca Knitting Mill built in 1884. This included new mep building systems for a 16,000 SF interior fit-out and making a separate 3,500 SF addition to store the mechanical equipment. The project received a 2020 ACEC ‘Platinum Award for Engineering Excellence’. Cindy also oversaw the renovation of a three-story historic complex, Building 127, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in an adaptive reuse project that turns a former industrial building into a more modern use for manufacturing/office. The project required a core and shell reconstruction and integrating MEP/FP infrastructure to support column-free floor plates, an open-truss ceiling, and pitched roof while bringing the building to current standards. The project received a 2021 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award.
In addition, her work in academic facilities covers major infrastructure upgrades for both CUNY and SUNY institutions: MEP/FP upgrades for CUNY Baruch and the Lawrence and Eris Field Building; the rehabilitation of SUNY Farmingdale’s Roosevelt Hall; the new construction of the Fashion Institute of Technology’s New Academic Building; and the Central Plant upgrades at the University of Albany in support of the campus’s optimized energy master plan.
When she isn’t running JFK&M, Cindy enjoys spending time with her daughters and her little dog.