Eric C. Macfarlane
Eric C. Macfarlane leads a staff of 1200 at the New York City Department of Design and Construction, consisting of architects, engineers, project managers, administrators, and analysts. The agency is responsible for managing the design and construction of public buildings and street infrastructure for more than 25 city agencies. Currently DDC manages a Capital portfolio of more than 800 projects in various, phases, from planning, design, and construction, valued at more than $29 billion. DDC also procures the services of many consultants for both design and construction management who provide supplementary assistance in the delivery of DDC’s annual capital projects commitment plan. He has a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the City College of New York, and a Master of Science, Civil Engineering degree from Polytechnic Institute of New York (NYU-Tandon School of Engineering). He is a New York State licensed Professional Engineer.