Andrew R. Solano, Distinguished Civilian Honoree

The Lt. Michael P. Murphy Museum is now open in Sayville, Long Island. Michael Murphy who grew up in Patchogue, Long Island fulfilled his life long dream by becoming a Navy SEAL. Murphy was killed at the age of 29, along with 18 other service members, during the tragic events of Operation Red Wings.

Now, nearly 10 miles away from Murphy’s Long Island hometown of Patchogue, The Lt. Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL Museum opened in Sayville on June 28 – after five years in the making and 17 years to the day of Operation Red Wings. This incredible museum pays tribute to Navy SEAL heroes.

Emtec Consulting Engineers proudly donated our professional MEP services to this Museum. On Tuesday June 18th the Navy Seal Museum will be hosting their annual golf outing, and honoring Andrew. R Solano, founder and president of Emtec as a Distinguished Civilian. This award recognizes the offered professional engineering expertise, counsel, and services to the initial phase of building the Museum. Andrew says this project “was built with admiration, pride, and love by all involved”.