Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Member News: Promotions Announced at L.R. Costanzo Co., Inc



               In keeping with the company’s commitment to continue building the finest construction-services company while fostering long-term, solid relationships with both clients and team members, Vice President of Operations Matthew D. Michalek proudly announces the following promotions and new hires. 

Louis E. Costanzo, Clarks Summit, has been promoted to President.  As a fourth generation Costanzo, Louis E. symbolizes the passion and knowledge of L.R. Costanzo’s traditional core values set forth by his predecessors. 

Louis E. holds a Master of Business Administration from Cornell University’s S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, Ithaca, New York and a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. He currently sits as Vice Chairman of the Lackawanna County Redevelopment Authority and board member of the Lackawanna Industrial Fund Enterprise (LIFE).  He is a past board member of the Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO), United Way of Lackawanna County, and the Lackawanna County Work Force Investment Board. He is also a past founding member of Marley’s Mission.

Having grown up in his great-grandfather’s company, Louis worked summers throughout his high school and college years.  He has worked in virtually every area of the firm, most recently serving as its Vice President.  Louis’ vision for the future is to continue to grow L.R. Costanzo’s existing relationships with local and regional clients, cultivate new affiliations, and steadily expand its newer operations in New Jersey and the Lehigh Valley.  

Nicholas Costanzo, Clarks Summit, has been named Vice President.  A fourth generation Costanzo, Nicholas has been involved in the family business since he was a young man.  He most recently served as an Estimator.  Nicholas’ strong business background and dedicated work ethic found within the Costanzo family has equipped him well for this new position. 

Nicholas holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Languages/Business and Philosophy from the University of Scranton, Scranton, PA and is pursuing his Master of Business degree. He has spent time studying abroad in Florence, Italy and Guadalajara, Mexico.  Currently, Nicholas serves on the United Way Allocations committee and is a graduate of Scranton Chamber of Commerce program, Leadership Lackawanna.



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