Aristeo Construction Appoints Michelle Aristeo Barton as New President

We're excited to announce the ascension of Michelle Aristeo Barton as Aristeo's new President. Barton brings more than a decade of experience in the construction industry to her role, which includes leadership roles at Aristeo and its affiliate company, Stenco Construction.

Michelle Aristeo Barton appointed President of Aristeo Construction in June 2018.

Barton demonstrates keen understanding of Aristeo’s position in the industry, its unique culture of values, and dedication to employees and clients. She, along with the company’s entire leadership team, plan to push the company forward into new markets and opportunities, while remaining true to Aristeo’s core values of safety, quality, integrity, respect, and customer service.

“I am honored to take over the helm of this incredible company that my father founded and developed over the last 41 years,” Barton stated. “We started this business with a firm dedication to our values and to the customer, and I, along with the rest of our management team, intend on continuing that legacy.”
 
This announcement signifies an exciting transition to Aristeo’s next generation of management, a move that has been in the works for some time. Former President, Joe Aristeo, will take on the role of Executive Advisor, in which he will work to expand Aristeo’s presence in the community, advise the management team as needed, and develop new client relationships for the company.
 
“I’m excited to welcome my daughter as the company’s new president,” explained Joe Aristeo. “Michelle’s drive, passion for this business, and ingrained understanding of the importance of Aristeo’s mission and culture will serve her well in moving this company forward.”
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