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The foundation of our success has been built on having a dynamic team who is committed to safety, quality workmanship, open communication, teamwork, and contributing to our clients’ satisfaction and project success.

Our workforce is in excess of 220 people, many of which are employed year round through our offices, aggregate sites, certified testing lab, and fleet services division. We are a close knit family who take great pride in the Steed and Evans name and everything we do.

Executive Management Team

The company is guided by our highly experienced executive management team including:

Malcolm Matheson, P.Eng.
President / Partner


Malcolm is an industry veteran with over 35 years of experience in road building, estimating, aggregate and asphalt production, sales, and fleet management.  Malcolm is well-versed in every aspect of Steed and Evans’ business having progressed through the company.

Starting right out of high school, Steed and Evans was his first summer job working at the Niagara division. Subsequent summers were spent with various crews as a labourer, operator, and foreman.

After graduating in Civil Engineering from Queen’s University, Malcolm continued his career with the company holding senior positions with significant responsibilities including Estimator, and Project Manager for some of the company’s largest projects at that time, including the interim casino in Niagara Falls and widening the 401 in Woodstock.

With his proven track record of project experience and comprehensive knowledge, Malcolm was then promoted to Vice-President of Materials, and eventually became a partner in the first generation ownership buy-out in 1996, leading to his Presidency role today.

In addition to managing Steed and Evans with his partners Jim Hurst and Paul Sousa, along with a highly experienced Executive Team, Malcolm leads the charge on strategic long-term planning, new acquisition opportunities, budgeting, and manpower requirements. He oversees capital purchases and financing, in addition to being regularly engaged with staff to guide solutions and review all estimates to set final pricing.

To keep his pulse on the industry and contribute to his field, Malcolm is very active in a variety of associations. He is a past Board of Directors member with the Ontario Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (in addition to being a Past President), active on the Ontario Construction Careers Association, the Grand River Conservation Foundation. He is also a past Chair of the Conservative Business Association of Waterloo Region and a member of the Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada Council.

Immense company pride, quality workmanship, and hard work have been the cornerstones of Steed and Evans’ legacy for the last 65 years. Having been a large part of this heritage for more than half of it, Malcolm continues to be its ambassador, working each day to ensure these principles remain a primary focus and ultimately the competitive advantage that sets Steed and Evans apart.

Jim Hurst, P.Eng.
Vice-President, Partner


Jim is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario Civil Engineering Program with over 30 years of experience in the construction industry.

Since joining Steed and Evans in 2001, he has been responsible for the operations of the Waterloo Construction, Niagara Construction, Traffic Services, and GTA Winter Maintenance divisions. He is now responsible for work in the Materials Division, Estimating and Fleet Services.

To remain on the cusp of industry changes and contribute to solving trade challenges, Jim is a Director with the Ontario Road Builders Association and is Past President. In addition, he is the Chair of their Transportation Committee.

Paul Sousa, C.E.T
Vice-President, Partner


Paul has been with Steed and Evans since 1994 and has over 32 years of construction related experience. He began his career at Steed and Evans as a Job Site Foreman, moving on to become a Project Manager and then in 2010, became Manager of Kitchener Construction.

In May 2011, Paul became a Partner in the business. He is a Conestoga College graduate from the Civil Engineering Technology Program. In 2001, Paul received his Gold Seal Accreditation in Project Management from the Canadian Construction Association. He was a Director with the Conestoga Heavy Construction Association for 8 years, including President for 2 years and currently works with their Tender Practices Committee. In addition, Paul is involved with the Ontario Road Builders Association Education Committee.

Paul was appointed to Vice President in 2018 and is now responsible for our Construction Operations, Traffic Services, GTA Winter Maintenance and McGillivray Trenchless.

Ron Chambers, CPA, CMA
Director of Finance and HR, Secretary-Treasurer


Ron joined Steed and Evans Limited in September 2003 and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) / Certified Management Accountant (CMA) with over 25 years of Finance and Taxation experience.

His direct responsibilities include overseeing daily accounting and finance functions, treasury and cash management, human resources, pensions, and benefits.

Ron is also a member of the Senior Management Team and works closely with the group on strategic corporate planning initiatives.

Division Management Team

The company’s divisions are managed by our knowledgeable and highly experienced team members including:

Bob Elliott
Manager, Fleet Services


With 40 years of experience in the automotive/heavy truck trade, a Ford Master Technician and licensed in 310T and 310S, Bob brings a wealth of knowledge to the management of Steed and Evans’ Fleet Services Division.

Bob is responsible for all fleet operations including creating and scheduling preventative maintenance programs for equipment, welding and fabrication, equipment fueling, fuel delivery to job sites, cost tracking, coordinating service and repairs with all divisions, ensuring our annual  safety inspections comply with MTO regulations, assembling and designing new snow plough, salter/sand/dump trucks to meet SPIF regulations, as well as purchasing heavy trucks, equipment, ploughs, and salters.

By effectively managing all facets of the division, he ensures our team of in-house technicians keep every piece of equipment running efficiently to eliminate downtime and provide our road crew with the tools they need to get the job done. To give back to the community, Bob is a Canadian Cancer Peer Support Volunteer, a Ride for Dad participant and organizer, as well as an active member of Conestoga College’s Heavy Equipment, Truck and Coach Consortium.

Bob Hunter
Manager, Niagara Region Construction


Bob joined Steed and Evans in 1999 and has managed the Niagara Region Division ever since. Bob brings 41 years of construction experience to the job every day. His positive Every day’s a good day attitude brings enthusiasm and team spirit to the job site.

Bob has worked as a skilled labourer on sewer and bridge crews and as a grade foreman and project supervisor. His all-around knowledge of heavy civil construction is a great asset to Steed and Evans.

Bob is a past President of the Heavy Construction Association of the Region of Niagara and has sat on the Best Practices Committee for the Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance.

Jim Karageorgos, C.E.T
Manager, Materials Division


Jim is a Certified Engineering Technologist who has over 28 years of industry experience working in the road building and construction materials business.

In 2006 he joined Steed and Evans Limited as Manager of the Materials Division where he is responsible for all of the company’s aggregate sites, asphalt plants, concrete plant, as well as the main logistics dispatch centre and quality control laboratory.

This role requires Jim to oversee five separate companies including Steed and Evans Limited, Cambridge Asphalt Supply Inc., Halton Asphalt Supply Ltd., Kitchener Asphalt Limited and Cross Country Concrete Ontario Limited. He is responsible for all materials production, sales, fixed assets, environmental compliance, and properties.

Ken Lang, Civil Technologist
Manager, Traffic Services


Ken brings over 31 years of construction knowledge and winter maintenance service experience to every project. Having been with Steed and Evans for more than three decades, he is a detail-oriented team player who knows how to ensure the safety, quality, and productivity of our operations and services are always maintained at the highest levels.

Ken is a graduate of Conestoga College’s Civil Engineering Technology Program and is a member of the Ontario Association of Certified Technicians and Technologists.
He has also been working together with the Ontario Road Builders Association and Ministry of Transportation on updating the code of practices in which traffic control is used on work projects, as today’s standards require more attention to protecting construction and maintenance workers in their workplace.

Ken heads our Traffic Services Division which works with clients to understand what requirements they need to perform their work safely on roadways and highways.
In addition, he manages our Winter Maintenance Services contract with the Region of Waterloo. Prior to this, he managed our Area Maintenance Contract (AMC) with the Ministry of Transportation (1999-2012), in which Steed and Evans was responsible for the year-round maintenance activities of a 1,200 km two-lane equivalent of a highway.

Jeff Fisk, C.E.T
Senior Project Manager
Manager, McGillivray Trenchless (2017) Limited


Jeff joined the Steed and Evans team in 2001, as a Site Superintendent, and was promoted to Senior Project Manager in 2010. He brings 30+ years roadbuilding, sewer and watermain experience. He is a graduate of Conestoga College’s Civil Engineering Technology program and has since become a member of Conestoga College Civil Engineering Program Advisory Committee.

He is the Steed and Evans representative for 2 Infrastructure Opportunities Programs (IOP) at Conestoga College for first year Civil Engineering students. This program gives chosen candidates the opportunity to experience summer employment with a construction firm (Steed and Evans), a consulting firm (MTE and Stantec), and a municipality (City of Kitchener and The Region of Waterloo) over the course of 2 summers.

Currently, Jeff is president of The Conestoga Heavy Construction Association, and the former Safety and Education Director as well as a member and past Chair of Conestoga College Heavy Equipment Operator Program Advisory Committee. In addition, he is a member of the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).

In 2017 Jeff became Manager of the newly acquired division, McGillivray Trenchless (2017) Limited. His responsibilities include managerial operations at McGillivray, as well as estimating and contract procurement.

McGillivray Trenchless offers trenchless installation solutions such as pipe bursting and pit launch directional drilling. McGillivray Trenchless is also equipped for CCTV Sewer inspections, Hydro-Vac excavation/sewer flushing, as well as conventional open cut sewer and watermain installations.

Cam Becker, A.Sc.T.
Director, Construction & Business Development


Cam started his career with Steed and Evans in 2006, after graduating from the Civil Engineering Technology Program at Conestoga College.  As one of 18 Civil Engineering alumni from Conestoga College currently employed at Steed and Evans, Cam returns each year to guest lecture first-year students in construction estimating.

Cam has been well integrated within several divisions of Steed and Evans.  He started his career as a junior estimator, and has also held the positions of foreman, project manager, and has been involved in winter maintenance operations in the City of Toronto. 

In the spring of 2018, Cam was appointed Director, Construction and Business Development.  In this role, Cam is responsible for maintaining and growing existing relationships as well as developing and cultivating prospective relationships and business opportunities. 

Cam is registered as an Applied Science Technologist (A.Sc.T.) with OACETT, and is a member of the Alternate Finance and Procurement Committee with the Ontario Road Builders Association.