Stephen D. Jones

Company Affiliations

NNECERAPPA (Northern New England Chapter Eastern Region Association of Physical Plant Administrators.)

MEHES (Maine Hospital Engineers Society)

MEREDA (Maine Real Estate Develop Association)

AIA (American Institute of Architects)

Portland Landmarks

Maine Preservation

Portland Chamber of Commerce

The Masonry Society

Masonry Institute of America

Portland Society of Architects

Selected Project Experiences

Phase I, Kora Temple, Lewiston Maine.

The Turrets, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor Maine.

Eastport Post Office, United States Postal Service, Eastport Maine.

Phase I, Powers Hall, University of Maine, Machias Maine.

Phase II & III, Kora Temple, Lewiston, Maine.

Phase II, Powers Hall, University of Maine, Machias Maine.

Carson Hall, Dartmouth College, Hanover New Hampshire.

Knox County Court House, Rockland, Maine.

Rockland Post Office, Rockland, ME

Bar Harbor Fire Station, Bar Harbor, Maine.

Bar Harbor Town Hall, Bar Harbor, Maine.

Lincoln Middle School, Portland, Maine

Corthell Hall, University of Southern Maine, Gorham Maine

Campus Roof Assessments, University of Southern Maine, Gorham Campus

Maine State Prison, Warren Maine.

Phillippi Hall, University of Southern Maine, Gorham Campus

Belfast P.O., Belfast, Maine

Waterville P.O. Waterville, Maine

Beverly P.O. Beverly, MA

Marble Block Building, Biddeford, Maine

Experience

Mr. Jones has been a critical part of Building Envelope Specialists, Inc. (BES), aiding the company to growth within new markets.  Steve is skilled in project management and building envelope assessments.  He received an accreditation as Commissioning Authority & Building Enclosure Knowledge Requirements from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2018. Mr. Jones has experience in managing construction projects with hazardous waste abatement complications. He has working knowledge of abatement processes and has a particularly robust understanding of the EPA requirements of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) abatement planning. Utilizing the wide breadth of building enclosure expertise that BES possesses, Mr. Jones will work with the client to custom building enclosure consulting program from the pre-design through construction administration. 

In his role as Vice President, Steve fills the role of Project Executive and head of Business Development.  As Project Executive, he is responsible for the delivery of services to the end client and for ensuring that the client’s needs are met as defined in each contract.  In this capacity, he has effectively managed complex building envelope restoration and repair construction. His strengths include a demonstrated ability to set clear expectations while preserving tight control over construction budgets with the capacity to lead multi-disciplined construction teams.

In his role the Business Development head, he analyzes market needs and adapting the company’s marketing message to highlight client return on investment. His work in this area has resulted in 300% sales and revenue growth since 2012. 

Prior to joining BES, Steve served in the Army and Army National Guard.  CPT Jones spent 4 years in the US Army and 7 years in the Army National Guard as a Field Artillery Officer.  He held field and staff leadership positions.  His experience includes assignments as a Fire Direction Officer at both the battery and battalion level, a battalion Survey Officer; and a battalion Personnel Officer in charge of 450 soldiers.   Mr. Jones screened and managed the security clearances of officers and senior NCO’s for a nuclear capable artillery battalion. Following his military service, Mr. Jones has worked in sales, sales management and business development for over 20 years. 

Education

B. Science, Accounting and Business Administration,
Saint Joseph’s College

Commissioned Officer, United States Army

Certificate: Masonry: Learn to do it right. University of Wisconsin.
Certificate: Building Envelopes and Clean Air. Maine Air Quality.
Certificate: Structural Forensic Engineering, HalfMoon Education Inc.
Certificate: Building and Renovating Healthy Buildings. Maine Air Quality.

Noted Speaker

2015: Building Assessments and Campus Planning-NNECARAPPA Conference
2016: Historic Masonry Reborn- MEREDA

Federal Work Disciplines

Code Description Code Description
02 Administrative 15 Construction Inspector
16 Construction Manager 18 Cost Engineer/Estimator
26 Forensic Engineer 48 Project Manager

Awards

  • Winner of 2013, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the adaptive use of the Maine Children’s Hospital in Portland, Maine.
  • Winner of 2013, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration of Porter Memorial Library in Machias, Maine.
  • Winner of 2013, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration of Porter Memorial Library in Machias, Maine.
  • Winner of 2013, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration of Moody Chapel Tower in Fairfield, Maine.
  • Winner of 2013, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration of Lamb Block in Livermore Falls, Maine.
  • Winner of 2013, Federal “Timmy” Award for the adaptive use of the Maine Children’s Hospital in Portland, Maine.
  • Winner of 2014, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration of The Turrets at the College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor Maine.
  • Winner of 2015, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration for the Kora Shriners Temple in Lewiston, Maine.
  • Winner of 2015, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration for the Eastport Post Office in Eastport, Maine.
  • Winner of 2015, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration for the Powers Hall in Machias, Maine.
  • Winner of 2016, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration of Knox County Courthouse in Rockland, Maine.
  • Winner of 2016, Maine Preservation Honor Award for the repair and restoration of Charles E. Moody School in Shawmut Maine.