"What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger."

- FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE

JOHN STEVENS

PE
Senior Project Engineer

Leveraging an extensive background in mechanical engineering, John is a Senior Project Engineer at BG Buildingworks. John’s expertise lies in understanding and designing solutions that transform a building into a space that perfectly suits the needs of its users. From sizing and selecting equipment to ensure the project is well-coordinated and deliverable, John thrives in the challenge each project presents. For John, every day is an opportunity to grow, learn, and achieve. Whether it’s a new project at work or a new peak to climb, his story is one of relentless pursuit of success – a journey that is as rewarding as the destination itself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL

Spiderman may have his webs, but John has his wheels. John doesn’t just work in engineering – he lives it, whether on the road, the mountain, or even playing mechanic with his own car. While some prefer the thrill of the skies, John would trade his engineer’s hardhat for a racing helmet. Behind the wheel of a Formula 1 car, speeding on the tracks and pushing the limits of engineering, is where he’d be.

A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE

John’s most memorable childhood experience was a family sailing incident on the Persian Gulf, which saw his father pull off a heroic rescue mission when their boat set sail without a helmsman. Such memories of adventure and family heroics, along with the unique cultural experiences from growing up traveling around the globe, shaped John into the resilient and multifaceted engineer he is today.

 

WHERE IN THE WORLD IS…

…John? Most likely on the trails, either cycling or hiking. His love for the dirt trails, the twisty, rhythmic tracks that test his stamina and the adrenaline rush from wild animal encounters is unparalleled. However, in terms of counting hours, you might also find him at home in Albuquerque comfortably lounging on his couch or playing with his kids and spending time with his family.