SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine – Sebago Technics, a Maine-based, employee-owned, engineering consulting firm, is pleased to appoint Kylie S. Mason as Chief Operations Officer.
Sebago Technics’ President/CEO, Mark Adams announced the promotion of Kylie S. Mason as Chief Operations Officer. Ms. Mason joined the company in 2005 as a Landscape Architect. She has progressively increased her role and responsibilities in the company, serving as a Design Team Leader and most recently as Vice President of Project Delivery.
Ms. Mason is an accomplished and award-winning designer and project manager, leading some of Sebago Technics’ largest projects and client relationships. She has managed projects for L.L. Bean, Bowdoin College, Martin’s Point Healthcare, and dozens of commercial/institutional clients for more than 15 years. She has also led the firm’s expansion into the educational (secondary and post-secondary) sector over the last decade. Under her leadership, Sebago has designed and permitted some of the State’s largest and most visible education projects in recent years including Sanford High School, Morse High School, Lewiston High School expansion, and numerous projects at Bowdoin, Colby and St. Joseph’s Colleges.
In her new role, Kylie will be responsible for overall operations of one of Maine’s largest and most successful land development firms. Her duties will include a focus on client satisfaction, project delivery, quality, revenue generation, resource allocation, and internal communications. She will oversee civil engineering, CAD, permitting, landscape architecture, GIS and natural resources services. The position will expand her coordination of the company’s overall workload including survey/geomatics and transportation services projects. She will also be responsible for ongoing integration of remote offices and recent and ongoing acquisitions. Building on her skills and success with the Project Delivery Team, she will expand and enhance the company’s emphasis on high-performing teams and an engaged, collaborative culture. Mark Adams, President/CEO states “In her new role, Kylie will continue to help us recognize and achieve our potential – as a company, teams, and individuals.”
Ms. Mason is a Maine Registered Landscape Architect and a graduate of Michigan State University. She currently serves as Board Chair of the Susan Curtis Foundation. She resides in Scarborough with her husband and daughter.
Sebago Technics is a land development consulting firm offering surveying/geomatics, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation and traffic engineering, planning and permitting and environmental/natural resources services to commercial, residential, industrial, healthcare, education, developers, state/local governments and land owners throughout Maine and northern New England. Based in South Portland, with offices in Bath, Bridgton and Falmouth, the company is owned by its nearly 100 employee-owners.