Senior Principal and Director of Existing Buildings
Registered Architect: NY
Education: Bachelor of Architecture – The Cooper Union School of Architecture
Mr. Stanford Chan has extensive experience with consulting and monitoring on various exterior envelope and roofing systems. His experience includes new construction, re-clads, overclads, restoration, window replacement, and storefront replacement. He has extensive knowledge of the following systems: masonry (veneer and multi-wythe walls), curtain wall, window wall, and various roof systems.
As Director of the Restoration Division and the Flood Mitigation Division, his current work includes managing a technical team of over 20, overseeing all projects while working closely with Clients, writing specifications, preparing and detailing architectural drawings and reviewing shop drawings. A few notable Landmark Buildings he has worked on are Carnegie Hall, The Hearst Building, One Chase Plaza and 570 Lexington Avenue (The GE Building).
Also serving as the Director of Flood Mitigation Services (FMS), Mr. Chan formed the division in 2013 in response to Hurricane Sandy. Vidaris has since provided consulting services for: NYC Blood Center, 7 World Trade Center, 80 Pine Street, 173-176 Perry Street, and 55 Water Street, among others.