Working with clients and colleagues to improve the world.

Affiliated Engineers, Inc. (AEI) provides engineering leadership for complex projects supporting clients who improve lives and protect the future. From better medicines, climate-sensitive energy supply and sustainable utilization, to cutting-edge healthcare, new paradigm technologies, and education at the highest level, our mission drives us to find unique solutions to solve our clients’ challenges. In so doing, we are an integral element of innovation, positively impacting society.

We serve our clients and support our employees with integrity and humility, displaying project leadership excellence unique to AEI. We develop creative and effective solutions to meet our employee’s and clients’ needs, creating a culture that acknowledges achievements and encourages professional development while providing challenging project work and career advancement.

800+
AEI Employees
19
Offices

Diversity & Inclusion Principles

AEI is committed to nurturing a culture of inclusion by building a diverse team, and investing in equity across our organization. We believe diverse teams lead to better ideas, greater innovation, and more success in our careers, and with our clients. Our goal is to provide an equal representation of varying perspectives in decision making positions at all levels of our organization - working actively to meet the needs of our candidates and team members.

As a privately held firm - we are passionate about our work, our people, our clients, and positively impacting society. From the mission-satisfying projects we pursue, to the talent we seek; from the leaders we develop, to the remarkable work we deliver; our ambition to be the engineering firm of first choice drives us to pursue excellence in all dimensions of our practice.

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Firm Leadership

Our leadership structure is directed by an Executive Team representing our areas of expertise and geographical regions. This group meets regularly to review and align market needs and our ability to meet them.

Dedication to Community

Over the course of AEI's existence, we've been volunteering for groups ranging from Food Lifeline and Extreme Community Makeover to The Children’s Inn at NIH and Girls Place. Our individual office and employee commitments to our local communities are hands-on expressions of our professional commitment to serve the greater good of humanity.

St. Anthony's welcomed our employees providing direct service to San Franciscans living in poverty.

AEI Gainesville volunteered with Alachua Habitat for Humanity to honor and celebrate our 40th Anniversary year.

AEI Chapel Hill, on deadline for Habitat for Humanity of Orange County.

AEI delivers engineering leadership and innovative solutions for complex projects.

Montana State University's Norm Asbjornson Hall, ultra-low energy design positions this building as zero energy ready with initial phase of PV offsetting 14% of all building energy.

US Department of Energy, Energy Systems Integration Facility, the first of its kind test facility for large-scale grid integration of renewable and alternative energy.

University of Washington School of Medicine, South Lake Union, the first large-scale use of chilled beams in a laboratory.

Stanford Energy Systems Innovations, Engineering News-Record's Global Best Green Project ("...nothing less than a revolution in the way campuses in the U.S. can be heated and cooled.")

University of Florida Health, Shands Cancer Center, LEED Gold 500,000 square foot facility

Committed to Sustainable Design

Recognizing the significant impact of our work on society and the global environment, AEI brings a fundamental commitment to ensuring that our work reflects the highest standards in sustainable design practices.

AEI provided Electrical Engineering design services for Oregon State Hospital Junction City's rooftop solar Photovoltaic (PV) array with an output of 150kW.

2M gallon hot water thermal storage tank in the award-winning Stanford Energy Systems Innovations project's Central Energy Facility.