Scott D. Stevens, PE

ScottStevensBS Civil Engineering, University of Buffalo, 1979. Founder and president of Dimension Fabricators, Inc, a steel products manufacturing company based in Scotia NY.

Mr. Stevens began his career as an engineer on the space shuttle with Lockheed Martin in New Orleans. Mr. Stevens then spent five years with a consulting firm as a structural designer of industrial, transportation and power generation projects, following which he established Dimension Fabricators in 1984. Dimension Fabricators has produced items for a wide variety of notable projects including the Boston Central Artery, the United Nations Building, and The Tappan Zee Bridge, in addition to most of the sizable highway bridges throughout the northeastern US.

Scott is a licensed professional engineer. He is a member of the board of directors of the First National Bank of Scotia, and the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI), as well as a member of the Dean’s Council of the School of Engineering at the University of Buffalo. Mr. Stevens holds membership in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the National Society of Professional Engineers, the American Concrete Institute, and previously served as board member of the Chamber of Schenectady County.

Scott is a licensed pilot with a multi-engine and instrument ratings and serves as a pilot for Angel Flight Northeast, a group of volunteers providing on-call air transportation for ill and disabled persons.

He is married to Coleen, also a UB grad, Physical Therapy, ’79.  They have three sons, Greg, Todd and Dan, all of whom are engineers.