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STEPHEN CASEY

FACILITY ENGINEERING MANAGER



    STEPHEN CASEY

    FACILITY ENGINEERING MANAGER


    Stephen identifies and solves potential problems before they turn into problems – assuring the quality of facility operation services for the 72 Judicial Council of California (JCC) courthouses under his responsibility.

    As Facility Engineering Manager for the JCC Region 1 North and Region 3 West Operations and Maintenance team, Stephen is the primary point of contact for the regional facilities manager and court leaders. He supervises a team of 25 stationary and mobile facility engineers and administrative staff that provide full-time support services for the JCC. From overseeing day-to-day activities of his team and planning project work to meeting budget/schedule commitments and providing progress reports, Stephen ensures that the 72 courthouses under his watch operate as smoothly as possible. He works with court staff to assure customer satisfaction and deliver the needs of the JCC.

    Stephen joined Enovity in 2007 as an Assistant Chief Engineer for the San Francisco Federal Building. Prior to joining Enovity he worked his way up from mobile engineer to Chief Engineer for Oracle's 1.6-million-square-foot, 66-acre World Headquarters campus, where he served for nearly 15 years.

    Running an effective group takes teamwork and gratitude, and Stephen’s management style comes from knowing that great accomplishments are not done singlehandedly. To be truly successful, one has to be collaborative, recognize each person’s strengths, and empower each person to be an instrumental part of a bigger team.

    People are your greatest resources and my job as a manager is to utilize my staff to the best of their skills. I have a very talented team of individuals that know what they’re doing. I make sure to acknowledge their hard work on a daily basis and ask how I can better help them continue to do their jobs well.”

    Stephen was introduced to the building and engineering industry at a young age. From the age of 11 he helped his brother (a General Contractor) build homes and developed a love for building things with his hands. While Stephen no longer uses his hands for laborious work, he’s turned a love for woodworking into a full-time hobby on the weekends.