George Sirinakis is registered in the states of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. He has been practicing architecture for over twenty five years, after graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University.
George Sirinakis is spearheading the 130,000 SF expansion of Baldor Specialty Foods, at the Hunts Point Market complex in the Bronx, NY. This facility will be the receiving and distribution hub of a multi-million dollar operation that supplies food to restaurants, grocery stores, hotels, and high-end markets across the country, mostly servicing the Greater New York City area. This facility is designed to be a state-of-art refrigeration facility utilizing innovative concepts in loading dock management, cooling systems, energy-conscious compartmentalization and storage, and lighting.
George Sirinakis has developed projects for major corporate clients, retailers and government agencies in New York City. From client consultation, to design development and construction documents, George is instrumental in the successful completion of several corporate and commercial projects. These include tenant fit-outs for notable Law Firms like Chadbourne & Parke, and Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison, corporate headquarters for Starvest Partners and the renovation of the hospitality flagship hotel, Loews Regency, located on Park Avenue, NY. George Sirinakis has also overseen projects for the NYC School Construction Authority, and Police Department, in the renovation of a local Bronx precinct.
Possessing a skillset in residential and commercial interiors afforded George Sirinakis the unique opportunity to manage the renovation and restoration of the Campbell Apartment restaurant, located in the heart of the renowned NYC landmark of Grand Central Terminal. George Sirinakis, in conjunction with a prominent Greenwich CT interior designer, was fortunate to be one of the select few designers to participate in this historic renovation.