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July 12, 2021

Sebago Technics promotes Kylie Mason to newly created role of COO

South Portland engineering consulting firm Sebago Technics has named a chief operations officer, promoting Kylie S. Mason to take on the new role.

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Kylie Mason has been named to the newly created position of chief operations officer at Sebago Technics.

Mason previously served as vice president of project delivery, and has worked for the 100-person, employee-owned firm since 2005. Her prior roles include design team leader and landscape architect, and she has managed projects for commercial and institutional clients including L.L.Bean Inc. and Martin’s Point Healthcare, according to a news release.

Mason has also led Sebago Technics’ expansion into the educational sector over the last decade. Under her leadership, the firm has designed and permitted high-profile projects for Bowdoin College, Saint Joseph’s College, Sanford High School, Morse High School and other schools.

In her new role, Mason will be responsible for many aspects of the firm’s civil engineering services, as well as project delivery, revenue generation, resource allocation and internal communications, the release said. She will also be responsible for integrating remote offices and the firm’s acquisitions.

Sebago Technics President and CEO Mark Adams said in the release, “In her new role, Kylie will continue to help us recognize and achieve our potential — as a company, teams, and individuals.”

Mason is a Maine registered landscape architect and a graduate of Michigan State University. She currently serves as board chair of the Susan Curtis Foundation, and lives in Scarborough with her husband and daughter.

Sebago Technics, which had 2020 revenue of $11.5 million, is a land development consulting firm offering surveying/geomatics, civil engineering, landscape architecture, transportation engineering, planning and other services in a wide variety of sectors throughout Maine and northern New England.

In December, Sebago Technics acquired Sawyer Engineering and Surveying, a small firm based in Bridgton, to gain a foothold in the fast-growing Lakes Region. That purchase was followed in April by another, of Titcomb Associates in Falmouth. In addition to those two branches and its South Portland headquarters, Sebago Technics has an office in Bath.

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