Scott Stone, Candidate for State House of Representatives (District 105)
Scott currently represents southern Mecklenburg County (District 105) in the North Carolina House of Representatives. He serves as a member of several key committees including: Transportation; Public Utilities; Banking; Education (K-12); Environment; Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC); and Finance. Scott also serves on the House Select Committee on NC River Quality.
With a deep background in the engineering and construction field, and an extensive business background, Scott brings unique experience to the North Carolina General Assembly. This experience allows him to ask the tough questions on policies or costs related to budgeting.
Scott currently serves as president of American Engineering, a regional civil engineering and survey firm, headquartered in Charlotte. The firm performs state and municipal infrastructure projects and private sector civil engineering design projects for clients throughout the Southeast. As a business owner, Scott understands the regulatory and financial challenges facing job creators and brings that experience to his role as a legislator.
Scott has grown his company from a two-person start-up to a 50-person, multi-million dollar operation, in just five years. The firm has been recognized by the Charlotte Business Journal as a “Fast 50” company – one of the 50 fastest growing companies in the Charlotte Region, the past two years (#5 in 2016 and #15 in 2017).
Prior to joining American Engineering, Scott served in a national role for a global, publicly traded firm, managing a $40 million operation and responsible for more than 400 employees.
He has a bachelor’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Marymount University. Scott is a licensed professional engineer in North Carolina, Maryland, Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana and Virginia. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional by the US Green Building Council.
Scott has two daughters who are both graduates from Ardrey Kell High School. His youngest is at NC State, and his oldest at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill.