Aristeo Construction

Aristeo Wins Multiple Awards at the AGC of Michigan 2019 Annual Meeting

Aristeo was honored to receive multiple awards at the recent AGC of Michigan 2019 Annual Meeting, including the Build Michigan Award, Cornerstone Award, and multiple safety awards.

Aristeo Construction won the Build Michigan Award, Cornerstone Award for Workforce Development, and multiple safety awards at the AGC of Michigan Annual Meeting.

The major award of the evening was the Build Michigan Award in the Federal & Heavy Construction category, which Aristeo received for our work on the General Motors T1 Body Shop Tooling & Conveyor Installation Project. This award recognizes the excellence of an entire project team – and Aristeo couldn’t be more grateful for this incredible honor. For this project, our team stepped outside the box, collaborated closely with General Motors, and provided a comprehensive solution that integrated both conveyor and tooling system plans and schedules. This unique process kept the project on track and allowed our team to proactively eliminate any potential conflicts between the systems. Thanks to our team, this 16-month project consistently ran ahead of schedule milestones and finished the 530,000 man-hours with an exceptional safety record and zero lost time.

Aristeo Construction won the Build Michigan Award for our General Motors T1 Body Shop Tooling & Conveyor Installation Project.

Aristeo was also awarded with the Cornerstone Award for Workforce Development. This award recognizes companies that have demonstrated outstanding records for advancing the development of their employees through training. Aristeo’s commitment to training and workforce development has long been a critical tent of our business, and so we are honored to accept this prestigious award.

In addition to the above awards, Aristeo was also honored with two Outstanding Safety Awards, which are awarded to those companies with the lowest injury incident rates on their projects. We received:

  • Silver Award in Division V (Over 500,000 Work Hours)
  • Gold Award in Division III (Between 100,001 – 300,000 Work Hours)

In addition to our company recognition at the event, we also honored our Chief Financial Officer, Bill Litz, as he stepped down from his year-long position as Chairman of the Board. His commitment over the last year to the AGC has been admirable and we thank him for his dedication to improving the construction industry in Michigan!

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A projects’ success is directly proportional to the quality of the people on its team. I was lucky enough to be working with some of the absolute best. Every employee from the top on down was proactive, demonstrated safety awareness, exceptional job skills, and was willing to do what it takes to get the job done. General Motors Corporation
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