Trevor D. Shaheen, SMSI
Operations Manager/Senior Project Consultant
Construction Materials Services
Trevor D. Shaheen, SMSI provides project management expertise in the area of Construction Materials Services (CMS). His role as the Field Services Supervisor for CMS includes scheduling projects, assigning and training field staff and reviewing field reports. He has performed specialized project assignments related to foundations, subgrade evaluations, concrete, asphalt pavements, masonry and air barrier construction. Trevor also has multiple safety certifications and acts as SME’s corporate Radiation Safety Officer.

Trevor also serves as project manager for numerous CMS projects including various ITC substation projects and various MDOT criteria roadway utility repair projects in southeast Michigan. Trevor is mindful of the numerous details involved with a project and takes the time to explain the specifics of challenges to his clients so they understand the root cause of a problem and the reason behind his recommended solutions. Knowing that one of his recommendations helped to alleviate a project challenge and thus make a positive impact for a client helps to inspire Trevor in his work each day.

Education is important to Trevor as he knows the value of continuous learning leads to new solutions to everyday challenges in the field for SME’s clients. He has a BS degree in Construction Management and in the spring of 2014 he also earned his Master of Construction Engineering Management degree from Lawrence Technological University. Trevor is a member of the Michigan Concrete Association, the Greater Michigan Chapter of American Concrete Association, American General Contractors, and the Building Enclosure Council.

Outside of his professional activities, Trevor is an avid outdoorsman enjoying hunting, fishing and shooting sports. He is also a major league baseball fan rooting for his favorite team, the Detroit Tigers.


Renovation project spans a river…and two countries

Critical to trade and tourism between the United States and Canada, the Ambassador Bridge underwent renovations after 80 years of service. The bridge company developed an asset management plan which included replacement of the main span deck along with new railing, lighting and steel upgrades.