With over 20 years of experience in the electrical industry, Scott began his profession as a JATC apprentice electrician in Local 103, after working as a technician for MIT/Lincoln Laboratories for 10 years. Upon completing the program, he became a journeyman electrician and then a foreman/general foreman, working on retail, restaurant, and mixed-use projects. After gaining valuable field experience, he started his estimating/project management career working on several projects in the commercial and residential sectors. As a project manager/general foreman, Scott has run prominent projects in the Boston area including Avalon Bay at North Station, Avalon Bay at Assembly Row, Harvard Laboratory fit-out, Malden Catholic High School, Equinox Gym – Seaport, and numerous Boston Sports Clubs.
Scott joined State Electric in June of 2017 as a project manager, becoming prefabrication manager in February of 2018, and most recently supply chain manager. With both field and office experience, Scott has taken the supply chain operation to new heights. Through his commitment to lean construction and continuous improvement, he has been able to exceed our customer’s demands by maximizing the value of our prefabricated outputs while minimizing costs, wasteful aspects, and time delays on all projects. Consistently taking an innovative approach to his work, Scott will continue to advance the supply chain operation with a heavy focus on quality control, increasing efficiencies, and accelerating project schedules.