Coronavirus Update/ Returning to the Office: AEI's is in the process of preparing our office for staff to return on a modified schedule, providing the City of Boston re-opening guidelines continue to move forward. During quarantine, AEI's staff have successfully worked remotely. Every staff member is equipped with the same equipment at home as they have in the office to ensure efficiency and seamless transitions between workstations. We will continue to work remotely and will provide a formal reopening date when it's available. At this time, only staff will be allowed in our space. Our contact information and policies on in person meetings and site visits remain the same as they have since early March. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions.

New Orleans VA Hospital Gives 25,000th COVID 19 Vaccine

During the weekend of February 13-14, staff at the New Orleans VA Replacement Hospital (NOVA) gave its 25,000th Covid 19 vaccine. Here the vaccination team poses in the gym of the Transitional Living and Rehab Building (6-M3) that AEI worked on from 2008-2017.

Engineers Week: Why Robin Greenleaf Became an Engineer

Greenleaf Quoted in ENR: Boston Implements Full Construction Reopening Plan

COVID-19 concerns loom as project teams get back to work. Robin Greenleaf quoted.

Jeff Manning Joins AEI as Electrical Department Head

Jeffrey Manning, PE, LEED AP has joined the firm as its electrical department head. Jeff is a registered electrical engineer with 16 years of experience in the building industry.

Greenleaf Quoted in ENR: Non-Essential Construction Ramps Up Across Massachusetts

Governor’s phased plan allows offices to reopen on May 25 May 18, 2020 |  Scott Van Voorhis Contractors, architects and engineers in Boston and across Massachusetts are heading back to work this week amid the launch of a phased reopening of the area’s booming construction sector. Boston began a phased restart of construction activity May … Read more

Massachusetts M/WBE requirement increased to 21.6%

The Baker-Polito administration announced in a press release this week legislation and administrative changes to promote increased participation of women- and minority-owned businesses in state construction projects. This legislation increases the M/WBE requirement on design projects from 17.9% to 21.6%, along with increasing the filed-sub-bid threshholds. For more information on this legislation, you can view … Read more

Worcester’s Blackstone Gateway Visitor Center a BSA Honor Award Winner

The Worcester Blackstone Gateway Visitor Center was recognized by the BSA in its 2019 Honor Award Competition. designLAB is the architect, and AEI worked directly for AECOM by providing MEP/FP and lighting design services.  Visit the BSA Honor Award website to learn more. 

Colleague in Print: Yanel de Angel, High Profile Monthly “We are Not Alone”

We are Not Alone | High Profile  | February 21, 2020 by: Yanel de Angel, FAIA, principal at Perkins and Will. “I am not alone.” That is what went through my mind the first time I attended a 500-person real estate networking event where 90% of the room, if not more, were male faces. I … Read more

Boston Business Journal People on the Move: Susan Wisler, President

PROMOTION JANUARY 6, 2020 Susan Wisler President at Architectural Engineers EDUCATION: University of New Mexico Susan Wisler, PE, LEED AP has been named president of Architectural Engineers, Inc., a 30-person WBE/DBE mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection (MEP/FP), and lighting design services firm. She will be responsible for oversight of operations, staffing and technical excellence across … Read more

Susan Wisler Named President of Architectural Engineers, Inc.

Susan Wisler, PE, LEED AP has been named president of AEI. In this role, she will be responsible for oversight of operations, staffing and technical excellence across the company.