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Steven J. Dumas

Vice President & General Manager
Rhode Island

Value Delivered

Steven is Vice President of our Rhode Island and South Eastern Massachusetts group. He joined New England Mechanical as a service sales engineer in 1998 and was responsible for establishing operations in Rhode Island. In August 2001, he was promoted to Rhode Island Branch Manager and then promoted to Vice President in March 2013. His responsibilities include the overall management of sales, operations, and administrative personnel for the group.

Prior to his employment with NEMSI, Steven held a position with environmental systems. Before that, he was a manager and estimator/designer at his father’s 30-year-old HVAC business.

Expertise

Steven has over 30 years of experience in the HVAC industry and has pursued career advancement through attending the continuing business education program at both Rhode Island College and Bryant College. He completed a two-year, in-house Management Development Curriculum course conducted by EMCOR Facilities Services.

Steven holds an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Universal Refrigeration Certification, a Massachusetts Refrigeration Technician license (tonnage unlimited), Massachusetts Sheet Metal Contractors license, and a Rhode Island Contractor Master Refrigeration license (tonnage unlimited).

Steven is a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), The Rhode Island Association of School Maintenance Directors, The Association of Building Contractors (ABC), Association of Facilities Engineers (AFE), The North Central Chamber of Commerce, The Providence Chamber of Commerce, and is an active Member of the RI Chapter of Building Owners & Managers Association (RIBO).

The Personal Side

Steven serves on the Board of Directors of multiple nonprofit organizations including, Bishop Keough Regional High School, Mobile Loaves and Fishes (MLF), Living Water International NE, The New England Synod ELCA Global Mission Team, and The New England Synod ELCA School of Theology. He also serves as an appointed member of the City of East Providence Harbor Management Commission.