AE Works Bolsters Federal Practice with Appointment of New Senior Project Manager

January 8th, 2020

AE Works is excited to announce the appointment of Michael Carroll, PE, LEED AP, DCEP to the role of Senior Project Manager in the firm’s newly expanded Washington, D.C. office.  In support of the firm’s continued growth, this critical client executive role provides management and design leadership to ensure the successful execution of AE Works’ federal building projects.

With a career spanning over 15 years, Carroll is a Registered Professional Engineer with extensive federal agency and specialized mission critical facility design experience. He has worked with designers, contractors, and both federal and private sector clients to complete all phases of project life-cycles for data centers to highly secure government facilities.

As a Senior Project Manager at AE Works, Carroll champions AE Works’ client experience, supporting excellence in project delivery for federal clients such as the National Institutes of Health.  He ensures AE Works projects are completed with high degrees of proficiency and efficiency while utilizing team members’ strengths to meet budget and schedule requirements.   

A registered engineer, LEED Accredited Professional and Data Center Energy Practitioner (DCEP), Carroll has a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University.  

“The strategic hire of Michael further positions us to deliver design excellence for our federal clients.  We are building an office footprint that supports our clients where and how they work. It’s an exciting time at AE Works and we are thrilled to have Michael on board the team,”  asserts Michael Cherock, PE, President and Owner of AE Works.

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