• Bachelor of Engineering, B.E. (1971)
  • Stevens Institute of Technology



  • National Society of Illuminating Engineers
  • National Fire Protection Association
  • National Society of Professional Engineers
  • International Code Council for Building Safety
  • Certified FS1101 – Firestop Life Safety
  • Licensed Professional Engineer – NY, FLA, CONN, MA, VA, OK, TX, NH, VT, OH, MI, and NC

Andrew R. Solano PE


Mr. Solano is a founding partner of Emtec Consultants, Professional Engineers. PLLC. He is responsible for the overall product delivered to our clients. Mr. Solano has over 40 years engineering experience in various types of building facilities and trades. During his 40 years, he has worked on numerous new and renovation projects in a supervisory capacity both as a field supervisor during construction and in a design capacity. Mr. Solano obtained his Professional Engineer’s License in New York State in 1975 and currently holds licenses is 12 states.


Mr. Solano enjoys a working relationship with numerous architects, building owners, contractors, government agencies and townships. To date he has supervised more than 4,000 projects for Emtec covering a wide array of electrical and mechanical designs. Over the 35 years as one of the Partners-in-charge, Mr. Solano has amassed years of experience in supervising small and large engineering design and management of projects in the commercial, municipal, educational, industrial, telecommunications and retail areas.


Before forming Emtec, Mr. Solano worked for General Electric Corporation and Long Island Lighting Co. supervising trades and contract labor in various maintenance and construction projects. During his tenure at G.E. and Lilco, Mr. Solano worked on new and renovation projects at the Shoreham and Northport Power Stations as well as at power plants for Con Edison, Orange and Rockland Utilities and other utility companies throughout New York State.


Mr. Solano is well versed in the application of the New York State, IBC and ICC Building Codes as well as the National Electric and NFPA Codes.