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ACEC Women in Leadership: International Women’s Day Podcast

Good afternoon, In honor of International Women’s Day, my colleague Jeff Urbanchuk and I hosted an episode of ACEC’s podcast Engineering Influence.  The conversation features ACEC Chair-elect Robin Greenleaf, ACEC President & CEO Linda Bauer Darr, and President-elect of NAECE Beth Bauer.  You can listen to the podcast here. I’d like to point out that, … Read more

ACEC/MA Supports the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless (MCH)

On behalf of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA), I want to personally thank you for your donation to support the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless (MCH). I am proud to be serving in a member organization that recognizes and prioritizes the needs of its community, particularly in difficult times such as … Read more

ACEC Members Testify in Congressional Subcommittee on FAR Credits Clause Impact

To the ACEC Community Earlier today, ACEC Chair-Elect Robin Greenleaf and ACEC member Carlos Penin testified before the House Small Business Committee’s Subcommittee on Contracting and Infrastructure on the severe impact that the FAR Credits Clause will have on firms that have forgiven PPP loans. Winning a waiver from the FAR Credits Clause has been … Read more

ENR: Design Firms Tell Congress of Financial Harm From Credits for PPP Loans (Federal Contracting)

by Bruce Buckley: Engineering firm executives and others told a House small business subcommittee about the negative financial impact their firms have experienced because some federal agencies are recognizing Paycheck Protection Program loans as credits under the Federal Acquisition Regulation. Rep. Kweisi Mfume (D-Md.), who chairs the Small Business Committee’s subcommittee on contracting and infrastructure, … Read more

WickedLocal Cape Codder: Voters OK Nauset Refit by Wide Margins

WELLFLEET — Voters in the Nauset district’s four towns have approved the $132 million proposal to upgrade and expand the high school, results from the towns show. Voters marked two ballots on Tuesday: one to approve the project and a second to approve a debt exclusion bond to finance the refit. In Orleans, the renovation was approved 1,650 … Read more

FIDIC CEO’s Update: First woman chair for ACEC Robin Greenleaf

May, 2021: Many congratulations to Robin Greenleaf who has been elected as chair of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for 2021-2022. Robin is the CEO of Architectural Engineers, Inc. (AEI), a women-owned mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and lighting design services firm based in Boston, Massachusetts and is also the first woman to … Read more

Introducing ACEC’s 2021-2022 Volunteer Leadership

To the ACEC Community, It’s my pleasure to introduce our 2021-2022 Chair Robin Greenleaf and the members of our Executive Committee. Robin is Chief Executive Officer of Architectural Engineers, Inc. in Boston, MA. She has served as President of ACEC Massachusetts and is a PAC Co-Champion. She holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Oregon … Read more

Youtube: MBTA GLX May 2021 Construction Update

Robin Greenleaf Quoted: ENR New England Boston City Scoop.

  Greenleaf says the first round of the Cares Act will provide local aid for transportation agencies and municipalities “to provide financial stability and help move projects along.” She says it could “jump-start” paused transportation  projects. “The next round of infrastructure legislation is important for making strides in improving transit projects, fixing roads and bridges, … Read more

AEI’s Robin Greenleaf Designated as ACEC National Chair

BOSTON (April 26, 2021) – Architectural Engineers, Inc. (AEI), a women-owned mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection (MEP/FP), and lighting design services firm based in Boston, announced that Robin Greenleaf, PE, LEED AP, FACEC has been elected to the position of chair of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for the upcoming 2021-2022 season. ACEC … Read more