Sterling Construction Names New President

Sterling Construction Company Inc.’s Board of Directors has elected Joseph A. Cutillo as President, effective immediately. Cutillo had previously served as Sterling’s Executive Vice President Chief Business Development Officer.

Cutillo has nearly 30 years of executive management experience and a deep understanding of emerging opportunities in heavy civil construction, industrial, and adjacent markets. Prior to joining Sterling in October of 2015, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Inland Pipe Rehabilitation LLC from 2008 to 2015, over which time he grew the business from a start-up acquisition to the second largest trenchless rehabilitation pipe business in America. From 2005 to 2008, Cutillo served as Division President at CONTECH Engineered Solutions. Before his time at CONTECH, he held a series of management roles at Ingersoll-Rand and General Electric Corporation.

“Joe is an extremely capable and experienced executive,” Sterling CEO, Paul Varello, said. “Over the past seventeen months, he has impressed me with his leadership style and his willingness to tackle every assignment given him. His leadership of our business development and strategic planning efforts has helped our business units to win new, higher margin work and positioned our Company for strategic growth and increased profitability in 2017 and beyond. In his new role as President, Joe will be responsible for driving continued improvements in our operating performance, particularly in Texas, and will lead our strategic growth initiatives.”

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