Garry Ambroise, P.E. – President
Garry is the founder and president of GACO Engineering, P.C. Prior to Garry’s last position of Director of Queens Program Administration at the NYCDDC managing a portfolio of approximately $800 million of capital funded construction projects, he held the positions of Engineer-in-Charge and Resident Engineer of DDC Construction.
J. Evans Doleyres, P.E. – Vice President
J. Evans Doleyres’ career in engineering spans over 35 years in both in government and in the private sector. As the former Assistant Commissioner for the New York City Department of Design and Construction, he was closely involved in the management of the city capital program for infrastructure construction. J. Evans Doleyres has been since 2010 the CEO and founder of JED Engineering & Land Surveying, P.C., a consulting firm serving public sector clients primarily in the New York metropolitan area. The firm offers a wide range of professional services, specializing in Program and Construction Management, Resident Engineering Inspection, Land surveying and CAD Services.
Guylene Mortel, C.E.- Secretary
Mrs. Mortel is an Office Engineer with over 25 years of experience in the Construction Inspection Services. She worked on numerous NYCDDC infrastructure projects which included Complex Pedestrian Ramps, Roadways, Sidewalks and Curbs, drainage works etc. She is familiar with the specifications, methods and procedures in the field of construction inspection work, technical understand of civil, structural work, concrete and construction inspection, quality assurance, contract management, excellent training and supervisory skill. She has conducted common and specialized tasks, verified qualities and quantities, and maintained project records.
Max Achilles, P.E. – Treasurer
Max has over 35 years of Infrastructure Construction Experience with the NYCDEP, and NYCDDC where he was responsible for managing capital construction projects for the Borough of Brooklyn. He has now turned to the private industry, bringing with him a wealth of infrastructure construction knowledge, still benefiting the city of New York. Max has participated in the Ground Zero cleaning effort after the World Trade Center attack and brought his engineering expertise to the post-earthquake buildings’ evaluation to Haiti in 2010.
Jocelyn Damis, P.E. – Membership Chairperson
Damis has over 40 years of construction, design, and project management experience. He is a retired civil engineer serving 20 years as Deputy Director for NYC – Department of Design and Construction, Infrastructure Division.
Prior to joining the Civil Service, he was an Assistant Resident Engineer for Gibbons Esposito and Boyce for construction supervision of public work projects. Before that, he worked for the consultant firm of Joseph R. Loring & Associates in the following capacity: Project Engineer, Junior Civil Engineer, and Construction Inspector.
Damis was part of the ADIHA delegation that visited Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and the team of engineers assisting the “Not for Profit Organization C2C” to implement a road project in Piton Value (Petit Goave-Haiti)
Marco Mondesir, M.S.C.E. – Project Planning Chairperson
With over 35 years of engineering experience, Marco’s diversification spans from public to private sectors in the New York Area, Florida, Washington D.C., other foreign governments under the umbrella of the United Nations as well as in Haiti for the office of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation where he was responsible for the supervision of various construction projects financed either by public treasury funds or financing institutions such as the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the World Bank (WB) and the European Union (EU).
Stacey Pyrame, E.E. – Programs Chairperson
Stacey is the director of engineering at Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn. Since joining Interfaith Medical Center in 2011, Stacey spearheaded numerous capital improvement projects at the facility. He is a graduate of the electrical engineering/computer engineering program at the University of Hartford. Before joining Interfaith, he worked at North General Hospital in Manhattan and St. John’ Episcopal Hospital in Queens. He is a member of the American Society of Health Care Engineers.