About Scott Stone
Meet Scott Stone
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.
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 to budgeting. Scott currently serves as president of American Engineering, a regional civil engineering and survey firm, headquartered in Charlotte. In this role, he is responsible for staff management, marketing, and financial operations for the company which includes staff in offices in North Carolina and Virginia. The firm performs state and municipal infrastructure projects and private sector civil engineering design projects for clients throughout the Southeast. 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 – his youngest is at Ardrey Kell High School, and his oldest recently graduated from AK and is now at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill.
Scott has been very active in the local community. He is chairman emeritus and founder of the North Carolina Heroes Fund, a non-profit which raises money for military families who are suffering financial hardships. This organization serves a critical role within the military community for veterans attempting to transition to civilian life. Stone served as chairman of the organization for seven years and is still active today.
Scott served on the City of Charlotte’s Business Advisory Committee from 2006 to 2010, the last two years as chairman, a role to which he was appointed by Mayor Pat McCrory. In this role, he was one of the lead authors of the city’s Small Business Strategic Plan.
When Mecklenburg County faced a budget deficit in 2011 and was forced to consider cuts to the library system, Scott was called upon to assist in finding solutions. He was appointed a member of the Future of Our Libraries Task Force which addressed the challenges facing Charlotte Mecklenburg Libraries.
Scott was a member of Class XIV of Leadership North Carolina. He was a 40 Under 40 Award Recipient in 2005 – an award presented annually to the top 40 business leaders under 40 by the Charlotte Business Journal. Stone is also an Eagle Scout.