Don is the President of Stewart Construction, Inc., a company he started in 1988 when he moved his family to Vermont. From the beginning, Don worked hard to establish a reputation in the construction community and a culture within the company based on his strong values for quality, integrity, and service. To this day, Don continues to provide the vision and overall direction for the company. Under his leadership, Stewart Construction has grown from a small general contractor to a multi-million dollar company, handling all aspects of the construction process.
Vice President & Senior Project Manager
Aaron grew up in the business, working his way up from pushing a broom to a site superintendent, estimator then project manager. He graduated from James Madison University and took a job for a premiere builder in California’s Bay Area. He worked as an estimator and project manager before moving back to Vermont in 2011 to take a position at SCI. Aaron is the Vice President and Senior Project Manager, and has coordinated many of SCI’s more complicated jobs since his return.
As Stewart Construction’s Chief Financial Officer, Maureen manages the company’s day-to-day financial operations. Maureen graduated from Lehigh University with a Bachelor's of Science in Accounting and worked Public Accounting as well as Private Equity in New York City. In 2005 Maureen returned home to Vermont and worked in Controllership and Financial Operations for GE Healthcare and Keurig Green Mountain. We were excited when she joined the team at Stewart in July 2019.
Kim’s parents are both in the construction trade. After graduating high school in Hardwick he started his construction career as a framing carpenter. In 2006 he joined Stewart as a carpenter and has worked his way up to Project Manager.
Kim has excelled in sensitive hospital environments, fast paced large scale carpentry projects, and highly technical food industry construction. “I strive to deliver the best product for our client that will exceed their expectations and pay great attention to detail.” Clients enjoy Kim’s passion for building and his ever pleasant demeanor.
Assistant Project Manager
Tyler has been working in construction for the better part of the last 2 decades, with a handful of professional misadventures along the way outside of the building trades. Although he began his career in residential construction, his desire to find meaningful work and his passion for lifelong learning compelled him to seek experience with larger projects.
Tyler holds a certificate in Project Management from UVM, as well as the CAPM designation from PMI. His ability to organize complex information and communicate clearly with a team translates into fewer delays, better decision making, and improved outcomes within the project environment.
Bill started working after high school at Vermont Gas System installing and repairing natural gas lines. From there he moved on to Bombardier Capital working his way up from the mail room to an account rep. performing dealer financing for recreation vehicles, covering the Southeast sector of the United States. He switched from the finance world to the mechanical and electrical sectors and once again worked his way up from a shop foreman to a senior estimator. He brings a deep experience in the MEP trades to the estimating department at SCI.
Brett thrives on complex challenges. “I have worked in the construction field for 35 years, half with Stewart. Stewart Construction has given me some once in a life time jobs such as replacing the F-16 arresting systems on an active runway which has never been done before. We also remodeled an active Central Sterile facility for UVMMC while it was in operation. It was thought to be the largest renovation to an active CSR in the world.”
Maurice grew up on a family farm in Addison County. His vocational training and military service prepared him for a construction career that started in 1984. He developed an in depth knowledge of the trade through years of building complex concrete structures and 10 years of self employment before he joined Stewart in 2001. Maurice is widely acknowledged as a master carpenter.
Maurice has taken his planning, scheduling and leadership skills to a new level as a superintendent. His fine eye for detail makes him a sought after manager when quality and timeliness are essential to the client.
Evan has spent the past twenty years working in construction, moving from residential over to the demanding world of commercial construction. He’s passionate about seeing projects come to fruition, turning a paper drawing into a reality. Evan has worked in all areas of commercial construction, including retail, institutional and healthcare projects. Like any good superintendent, he enjoys the coordination with his team, subcontractors, designers and owners to get ahead of issues, solve problems, and build outstanding products.