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Twitter: @ACECCoalitions – CAMEE Executive Committee

CAMEE Executive Committee members going over goals for the next year – exciting things coming for the membership. Joel Goodmonson – far right – participating in the CAMEE Executive Committee Meeting

AEI Ranks on 2019 ENR New England Top Design Firms List

AEI appeared on the ENR New England 2019 Top Design Firms list in 58th place. This is the first time the firm has made the list. Rankings are determined by reported revenue from the previous year.

Lotta Fountain on Esplanade Wins ICAANE Bulfinch Award

The Lotta Fountain, located on Boston’s Esplanade, was recently recognized with a 2019 Bullfinch Award from the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, New England. Originally designed in 1939 as a small dog fountain by sculptor Katherine Lane Weems and funded by actress Lotta Crabtree, the renovation project was completed in 2018 by Catherine Truman … Read more

ACEC: Linda Bauer Darr Will Succeed Dave Raymond as ACEC President/CEO

At a special meeting of the ACEC Board of Directors in Washington, D.C. yesterday, Linda Bauer Darr was unanimously approved as the next ACEC president/CEO, succeeding Dave Raymond, who announced his retirement last year. Darr will join the Council on August 6. Currently serving as CEO of the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association … Read more

James Shannon Joins AEI

AEI is pleased to announce James Shannon, PE, LEED AP has joined the firm as plumbing and fire protection department head. Jim is a professional fire protection engineer with 16 years experience in the design of fire protection systems in many building types. He will be responsible for design, review, and oversight of the plumbing … Read more

Goodmonson Named to ACEC College of Fellows

Architectural Engineers, Inc. (AEI), a WBE/DBE mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection (MEP/FP), and lighting design services firm based in Boston, announced today that Joel P. Goodmonson, Jr., P.E., LEED AP, founding principal and executive vice president, has been elevated to the College of Fellows through the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC). Per ACEC, the … Read more

Ferzacca Elected ACEC/MA Board Secretary

Nick Ferzacca has been selected to serve as secretary on the board of directors for the American Council of Engineering Companies Massachusetts Chapter (ACEC/MA). Concurrent with this assignment, Ferzacca is the co-chair of the Building Engineering Committee. In this new role, Ferzacca will serve as the liaison between the board and the committee, ensuring clear … Read more

AEI President Honored at ACEC Fall Conference

AEI President Robin S. Greenleaf, PE, LEED AP received ACEC’s 2015 Chair Emeritus Award & the ACEC Coalition Distinguished Service Award on Oct. 16, 2015 at the ACEC Fall Conference. ACEC/MA on Twitter ACEC Coalitions on Twitter