President, GSC Project Manager
Steven has been in the construction and development industry for over 20 years. Steven is a Red Seal carpenter and has a CET in construction management.
He is president of numerous other construction and development companies that operate throughout the Atlantic Canadian provinces.
Before joining JCJ in 1987, Graeme served as an accountant for Prince Edward Island’s Department of Transportation and Public Works, Schurman Construction and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
In his current role as accountant, Graeme makes sure all JCJ projects are completed under budget.
Ross was a manager for several JCJ projects beginning in 1997 before joining the team full-time in 2020 to provide project administration. He received his designation as a Certified Engineering Technologist and has been involved with several multi-million dollar construction projects. He previously served as general manager for the Construction Association of Prince Edward Island and quality control coordinator/field engineer for Strait Crossing.
He served four presidential terms for the Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists of PEI, two presidential terms for the American Concrete Institute Atlantic Chapter and served as the director of the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists. Ross has also been a member of several other professional associations including the Holland College Construction Technology Advisory Board, the Prince Edward island Building Standards Council among others.
Foch, JCJ’s site supervisor, is in charge of supervising, coordinating and scheduling with many tradespeople, subcontractors and labourers. He works with other managers and departments to make sure building projects are completed efficiently and precisely. He also makes sure all safety measures are observed.