Bob Stevens, PE, LEED-AP, CNU
Bob is the founder and president of Stevens & Associates, P.C., and principal for M&S Development. Bob has over 30 years of experience as a professional engineer designing projects, as well as planning, urban design, public bond campaigns, and project finance and development. S&A is a veteran-owned business located in downtown Brattleboro, Vermont offering architecture, landscape architecture, civil and structural engineering services.
As a principal for M&S Development, Bob directs a team of professionals to organize and guide business leaders, institutions, and people to redevelop and revitalize main streets and downtowns. His knowledge of new markets tax credits, historic tax credits, grants, equity and debt enable him to identify project needs and develop sound solutions.
Bob is an accredited professional in both Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and Congress for New Urbanism (CNU). Well-versed in sustainable design, traditional design and historic preservation, Bob has presented at numerous conferences including Traditional Building, Vermont Development Conference and Historic preservation conferences. His work and community support has been recognized with numerous awards including the Vermont Downtown Volunteer of the Year and the Southern Vermont Leadership Award for Economic Excellence.
Skye H. Morse
Vice President, Principal
Skye is Vice President and Principal at M&S Development, in which capacity he leads all project development, deal structuring, and capital markets activity for the organization. He brings over 18 years of experience in financial management, risk analysis, business development, project management and knowledge of risk underwriting, large scale asset management, all aspects of project and construction management, tax equity funding and due diligence. He previously managed a $1 billion portfolio of solar energy assets and oversaw more than $700 million in new solar construction
Director of Asset Management
Al Claussen’s 30-year career has spanned retail and category sales management, buying, project management, and now, asset management. It is in Al’s DNA to help others succeed, and he views his work as part of a larger role as a “servant-leader.” His community service includes multiple school and hospital boards as well as the Finance Council for his local Catholic parish. Al graduated from the University of Maine with a B.S. in business and received his MBA, summa cum laude, from Norwich University in 2007. In April 2022, Al ran in the Boston Marathon.
Manager of Project Development
A desire to tackle complex housing projects and improve rural economies led Dan to join the M&S Development Team in August 2021. He holds a BA from University of California, Santa Cruz, and seven years experience in corporate retail project management; sourcing, developing, and operating retail stores on a national level. Other experience includes retail operations manager for Newell Brands’ technical apparel division, and the facilities manager for the Brattleboro Co-op. Dan is also a volunteer for the Dummerston Fire Department.
Project Development Associate
In this role, Megan helps progress projects through the management of grants, project feasibility analysis, and project implementation. Through effective project resource management, she supports the development of more equitable communities where everyone can thrive. Megan possesses over 20 years of experience in the recreation industry with specific knowledge of accounting, financial management, and administrative work. Prior to joining M&S Development, Megan served as the district administrator for Basin Recreation in Park City, Utah. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and the couple’s 13-year-old dog Stella.
With more than 25 years experience owning and operating residential housing units, Frederic was the perfect fit for our Tenant Liaison position. In this role, Frederic is responsible for providing excellent customer service to commercial and residential tenants of the Putnam Block and Brooks House. Previous experience in nonprofit media includes directing BCTV’s coverage of municipal meetings, community events, and interviews.