Robert Treiber has been president of Boston Engineering since co-founding the company in 1995. His leadership and visionary thinking propels new technologies forward and ensures that a systems approach to engineering underlies all projects.
His expertise in embedded controls and product development provides an emphasis on precision and quality control throughout the company. Within his impressive career, Bob has designed, developed, and managed successful projects in circuit design, custom robotics, and electromechanical machinery.
Bob’s previous experience includes leadership roles at Herbst LaZar Bell, MPM Corporation, Foster-Miller, Inc., and Raytheon Company. Bob holds bachelor and master degrees in electrical engineering from Tufts University and an MBA from Babson College.
Bob serves as a director for the Tufts Gordon Institute’s Industry Advisory Council, the Tufts Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering External Advisory Board, the New England Business Association, and the National Small Business Association.
“Big ideas. Precise execution.”