Matt Stone, CCC’s Director of Business Development, has been awarded the 2016 Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) Distinguished Service Award. Stone was one of six to receive the award in recognition of his exemplary service and contributions to ESD and to the engineering society as a whole. His award was presented at ESD’s Annual Dinner on June 22 at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.
Stone has 15 years of experience in the A/E/C industry and rejoined CCC in 2014. Prior to his rejoining CCC, he spent eight years working for the IBI Group in Southfield, Michigan where he was the director of project development. In 2013, Stone was named a “40 under 40” by Crain’s Detroit Business for his business achievements. Stone previous worked for CCC as an account executive. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Wayne State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University. Stone was been an active member of ESD for over 12 years and has worked on the committee for the ESD Annual Golf Outing for the past two years.
Since 1895, ESD has been a leader in promoting professions in both engineering and science, and continues to provide invaluable technical assistance in the metro Detroit area. ESD’s membership represents a multitude of industries and related technical fields, including automotive; utilities; construction and design; information technology; materials, chemical and steel; and education and research. With several hundred corporate and several thousand individual members throughout the Great Lakes region, ESD unites engineers, scientists, architects and those in related technical fields in a common goal – the advancement and promotion of the profession.
Below Stone is pictured below with ESD President Douglas Patton during the festivities at The Henry Ford Museum.