Senior Executive Directors
Michael Marino, Senior Executive Director
From an early age Michael Marino was surrounded by a family of engineers. He commenced his career working at his father’s firm alongside two of his uncles, a brother and several cousins. In 1991, he joined MG Engineering, where he is presently a Senior Executive Director overseeing the electrical trade aspects of the firm’s work. Mr. Marino also spearheads various aspects of the company’s high level administration including business development, sales, marketing and operations management.
Among his most significant projects are: the Tudor Investment Group corporate headquarters in Greenwich, Connecticut; acting as building engineer for Cushman & Wakefield’s Wall Street Plaza property; GE Money and GE Energy corporate offices in Stamford, Connecticut; AIG (more than 500,000 square feet of corporate office space in downtown New York City designed between 1993 and 2004); and Pfizer (on call engineer for approximately 400,000 square feet of corporate office space in their Manhattan headquarters).
Mr. Marino earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Hofstra University, an Associate’s Degree from the State University of New York at Farmingdale and holds a Certificate of Electrical Systems Design from New York University. He is also trained at GE’s Nela Park in Cleveland as a lighting specialist and has given numerous seminars on energy efficient lighting systems.
Bruce W. Jaffe, Senior Executive Director
Bruce W. Jaffe commenced his engineering career in 1980 at Syska and Hennessy. In 1991, he joined MG Engineering, where he is now a Senior Executive Director.
Accomplished in hospitality, hi-rise residential, broadcast studios and restaurants, some of the most significant projects of his career include 7 World Trade Center; the Jacob Javits Convention Center; and the design of the Smith and Wollensky Restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts, one of various restaurants designed for the restaurant chain throughout the US.
Mr. Jaffe was educated at New York Institute of Technology and Queensborough Community College. He holds multiple certificates in hot water heating systems design, architectural compliance for the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and basic and advanced plumbing design from New York University.
Bruce Jaffe is active in the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) where he served as vice president for two years.