“The projects that AEI supports are integral to the constantly evolving scientific process and discovery. Each project therefore brings a new and unique set of challenges and client requirements that requires thoughtful application of proven engineering solutions. It is that challenge that makes working at AEI invigorating and rewarding.”
Whether it has been designing and building nuclear reactors, particle accelerators, semiconductor fabs, central utility systems, or research labs for nanotechnology, higher education or biotechnology, I have always been fascinated by the science behind the projects and how the built environment that houses this science is critical to its research and mission.
Michael Bové, PE, is a Principal in Affiliated Engineers’ San Francisco office, specializing in Energy Infrastructure and Science & Technology projects. Mike has lead project teams in the study, analysis, detailed design, and construction support of several large energy and utility projects for university and private industry clients guiding options analysis and implementation to more sustainable, efficient energy infrastructure that uses less carbon and water for a lower overall lifecycle cost.
Mike’s 38+ years of experience in scientific research and high technology manufacturing support a wide range of our technology-driven clients’ expanding needs, including cleanroom applications, highly sensitive metrology (FIB, SEM, STEM), materials research below the nano level, and environmental/acoustic testing chambers. Mike has presented these experiences at Tradeline, APPA, SCUP, COAA, USGBC, and LFI.