Who We are: Management

Matrix Technologies has become a Bay Area leader in biotech control systems engineering because of the quality and skill of our people. We are proud to offer our customers relationships they can trust with seasoned professionals whose specialized expertise in designing and validating manufacturing controls will take their business forward.

Angleo BernabeANGELO BERNABE

In his time with Matrix Technologies, Angelo has earned a reputation for dependability and results with our clients. His greatest strength as Automation Project Manager is in understanding the requirements and management of validation projects––and translating these to successful outcomes. With a background in software development for the manufacturing processes, Angelo is responsible for the software design and validation of biotech systems. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Rutgers University.

Cal DemaineCAL DEMAINE

As Project Manager, Cal brings 18 years of system integration experience specializing in the design and installation of control systems for the petro-chemical industry. Since joining Matrix Technologies in 2006, Cal has applied his wealth of expertise in controls to biotech applications, serving as a key leader driving control system design and validation for our clients. Cal received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta.

Scott McDonald

SCOTT MCDONALD

President of Matrix Technologies since its inception in 1991, Scott leads all engineering management, business development, finance and administration activities. Dedicated to attracting and retaining the best possible team members, Scott is expert at aligning clients’ goals with the right resources. This has resulted in long-term relationships with satisfied clients throughout the Bay Area biotech industry.

Scott’s engineering experience includes all aspects of the design and installation of control system with emphasis on programmable logic controllers, human machine interfaces and data acquisition systems. He received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toledo.