Partner, Jaros, Baum & Bolles
Brendan Weiden has served as a Partner at Jaros, Baum & Bolles since 1989. Mr. Weiden joined the firm in 1979 and, in addition to his technical leadership in the Electrical Department of the firm, he has acted as the Partner-in-Charge or Project Manager on a wide variety of projects. Mr. Weiden has provided skill and expertise to lead numerous JB&B projects for major financial services institutions, medical centers, museums and government buildings. In addition, Mr. Weiden has led the firm in many major infrastructure upgrades of historic and landmarked buildings, including Rockefeller Center, the Ford Foundation Building and One Chase Manhattan Plaza.
Mr. Weiden’s experience includes projects for major financial institutions, such as Chase Manhattan Bank at One Chase Manhattan Plaza, the New York Stock Exchange, UBS, Paine Webber and various buildings for JPMorgan Chase and many private investment firms. Mr. Weiden has extensive experience with high-rise speculative office building developers, including Tishman Speyer, Silverstein Properties, Related Companies, Vornado, and Boston Properties. He has also provided leadership for JB&B projects on medical centers, including various buildings for Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, the Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center in Yonkers, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, North Shore Hospital, and the NYU Langone Medical Center. Mr. Weiden led the design of buildings that provide critical public safety functions, such as the NYPD Joint Operations Center at 1 Police Plaza, the Public Safety Answering Center II in the Bronx, and the City of New York’s Office of Emergency Management Command Center building.
Mr. Weiden holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Stern School of Business at New York University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New York. For the last 25 years, he has been on the Code Revision and Interpretation Committee for the Fire Alarm Code of New York City.