Engineers + Architects

14 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
(212) 505 1133

General Information

Career Opportunities


    Please contact us if you think our professional services can be of value to you.


    Email Address*

    Phone No.

    Preferred Method of Contact


    Company Address





    Please provide proposals for Local Law 11 (FISP) Critical Examination(s) at the following addresses:

    Attach Files
    Attach multiple files if necessary, 10MB limit.

    Newsletter Signup

    SuperScript is a quarterly newsletter from SUPERSTRUCTURES. Founded in 1981, we are a firm of architects, structural engineers, and conservators dedicated to the art and science of exterior restoration.


      ‹ Back to all news

      June 24, 2021

      Strength in Numbers

      When you think of Qualified Exterior Wall Inspectors (QEWIs), think of SUPERSTRUCTURES. Why? Because we have 15 QEWIs on our team—twice as many as comparably sized firms in our field.

      This deep bench of QEWIs means we have the capacity to handle our clients’ Facade Inspection and Safety Program (FISP)-related projects, underscoring our exterior restoration expertise and our commitment to our practice.

      The Department of Buildings requires QEWIs to have at least seven years of relevant experience with facades over six stories. Most of ours have close to twenty years of experience. More importantly, the building inspections mandated by FISP must be conducted and signed by a QEWI, making them essential to the FISP compliance process.

      Our QEWIs are the vanguard of our 40-year practice, representing the collective experience of our entire team of architects, engineers, and technicians. So if you’re an aspiring expert on facade evaluation and restoration design, ours in the team you want to be on.

      The bottom line for our clients: exceptional expertise that means increased value across the entire life cycle of a project, from FISP inspection to fully restored facade.

      Need a QEWI for your FISP inspection? Contact us.

      ‹ Back to all news