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Edward F. Pfleging MBA CEM

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Vice President

Local Address: Bronx, New York, United States
100 Corporate Blvd., South
Yonkers , New York 10701
United States

Company Description: Montefiore Medical Center is the University Hospital and Academic Medical Center for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and a nationally recognized leader in...   more

Employment History

  • Vice President of Facilities and Real Estate
  • Director of Bio-Med Engineering
  • Commissioner
    Oradell Republican Club
  • Vice President, Engineering and Facilities
    The Montefiore Medical Center Engineering and Facilities Division
  • Commissioner
  • Vice President of Facilities and Real Estate
    The University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • State University of New York Maritime College
  • Masters of Business Administration
    Manhattan College
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Web References
Our Candidates | Oradell Republican Club, 14 May 2014 [cached]
Ed Pfleging
Ed Pfleging has lived in Oradell with his wife Karen (RN) since 1996. Together they have raised three daughters; one a recent college graduate and two completing their second year in college; all attended Oradell Public School.
In 2012, Ed was elected to the Oradell Council. He was appointed Commissioner of DPW and Engineering and has been appointed to this position each year during his three year term. As Commissioner, Ed was instrumental in driving the borough's multi-million dollar three-year sewer repair project currently in its last phase, as well as negotiating the DPW cell tower perpetual easement netting over $2 million to the Borough treasury at a financially critical time. In addition, Ed spearheaded replacing harmful pesticides with safe organic products for all borough properties and ball fields. Ed managed the installation of sewer meters to check and balance Emerson and Bergen County Utility Authority sewer bills. Ed supported and increased each year the number of streets for repaving in the borough road program, and managed the design/specification and allocation of the Borough Hall emergency generator and new town street sweeper acquisition, both projects to be completed later this year. In 2014, Ed was appointed Council President by his peers and is working closely with the council to build consensus and define a shared vision.
Ed also serves on the Oradell Planning Board, the Public Safety Committee, the Finance Committee, and is liaison to Environmental and Beautification Committees.
Ed's professional experience has prepared him for the challenges of running effective and efficient municipal government. Ed is a graduate of the State University of New York Maritime College where he graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering and direct commission in the United States Naval Reserve. He later received his Masters of Business Administration from Manhattan College and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of New Jersey. Ed is Vice President of Facilities and Real Estate at Montefiore Medical Center, where he has worked for 25 years, and manages $200M in operating budgets and over 1,500 staff. Prior to running for a Council in 2011, Ed served on the Oradell Zoning Board of Adjustment and was also appointed to the sub-committee to review and amend the Oradell Borough Land Use Code. Ed is also a member of the Oradell Republican Club.
Ed seeks re-election to the Oradell Council so that he can continue to serve his community and maintain Oradell as a great place to live and raise a family.
The College will also salute alumnus, ..., 23 Nov 2013 [cached]
The College will also salute alumnus, Edward Pfleging, P.E., '86, Vice President, Engineering and Facilities, Montefiore Medical Center. The Montefiore Medical Center Engineering and Facilities Division will also be recognized.
Incumbent Michael Harte, running as an ..., 3 Jan 2012 [cached]
Incumbent Michael Harte, running as an Independent candidate, and Republicans Tony Meo and Ed Pfleging are vying for two open Borough Council seats in the Nov. 8 municipal election.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday.
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Edward Pfleging
Pfleging is 48 years old and has been a resident of Oradell for 15 years. Pfleging and his wife Karen have three daughters, Victoria, Julia, and Alexandra.
He currently serves on the Oradell Zoning Board of Adjustment as well as the Land Use Ordinance Committee.
He grew up in Teaneck, and graduated from Paramus Catholic High School in 1981. He received a Bachelor of Engineering from SUNY Maritime College in 1986, and served as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserves.
In 1998, he received an MBA from Manhattan College.
Pfleging is a qualified as a licensed Professional Engineer in New York and New Jersey, and has been employed by Montefiore Medical Center in New York for the past 22 years.
AEE newsletter July 05, 27 Sept 2004 [cached]
Accepting the award was Edward Pfleging, P.E. Assistant Vice President of Facility Operations, Montefiore Medical Center.
In 2004 the Hospital installed One 5 MW Low NOx Solar Turbine and two Low emission 2 MW Internal Combustion engines at Montefiore Medical Center (MMC) in the Bronx.The project was to improve reliability of the weak Con Ed grid.The Heat is consumed by the facility.The facility remains on the Con Edison grid and sells back electricity to con Ed when needed.
"Back in the late '80s and early '90s, legislation changed and required public utilities to back up cogenerators," notes Mr. Pfleging.
"The first considerations for those who'd like to know the feasibility of cogeneration at their facilities center around whether there are enough electrical load and heat sinks available," continues Pfleging.
"Hospitals may be especially suited to cogen in that respect.The next hurdle they face is the physical space available at the site.Finally you need to take a good look at air permitting, a factor that varies considerably with each location."
"In 1994, we completed a 5.5-megawatt diesel/steam plant.In 2003, we completed a 9 -megawatt expansion comprising a Solar Taurus 60 [5-MW] gas turbine, with a 58,000-pounds-per-hour heat-recovery system generator and two 2-megawatt Cat dual fuel engines, for a total capacity of 14.5 megawatts," adds Pfleging.
Regarding what are major positives or negatives from MMC's decision to go cogen, Pfleging relates that his colleagues and he at the medical center are in control of their energy generation, are self-sufficient, and are not dependent on an unreliable public utility grid.
The decision to develop a freestanding ..., 1 Feb 2013 [cached]
The decision to develop a freestanding ambulatory facility emerged because of several factors, including the ability to provide high-tech imaging and surgical procedures in an outpatient setting, says Ed Pfleging, vice president of engineering and facilities.
The site will include 12 operating rooms and four procedure rooms that will allow difficult cases requiring a hospital-type setting to be scheduled more easily and completed quickly, he says.
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