ESD Promotes Mark Ciszek and Andrew Lehrer to Senior Vice President

ESD (Environmental Systems Design, Inc.), an international leader in the design of high-performance buildings; mission critical facilities; workplaces; and health, science and education environments, has promoted Mark Ciszek and Andrew Lehrer to senior vice president.

Mark Ciszek

Mr. Ciszek, who joined ESD in 1980, is a studio leader in the firm’s Mission Critical Group and is responsible for business and project management, engineering design, drawing production and field supervision for mechanical and electrical engineers. He has contributed to the success of ESD in many markets, including workplace solutions, high performance buildings and mission critical facilities and is a leading member of the in-house project management team. Mr. Ciszek received a master’s certificate in project management from the University of Wisconsin Madison.

Andrew Lehrer

Mr. Lehrer, who joined ESD in 2002, focuses on major repositioning, corporate technology, and product testing and manufacturing markets.  As a leader in ESD’s high performance buildings vertical group, he is an expert in sustainable design and certification as well as high rise design. A licensed professional engineer in Illinois and California, Mr. Lehrer received a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Washington University, St. Louis. He is a member of ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc.) and a board member of the ACE Mentor Program.

About ESD

A global company, ESD is a leader in Improving Society Through the Built Environment. We create design solutions that produce economic, environmental and experiential benefits for our clients, many of whom are the biggest names in the worlds of business, technology — and beyond. We embrace technological change and are in the forefront of developing Intelligent Buildings. We emphasize innovation, adaptability, and sustainability when providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, life safety, and technology engineering. For more information, please visit