WINNIPEG — Bockstael Construction has a new president.
The Manitoba company announced that Carmine Militano will take on the role while John Bockstael will remain the company CEO.
Officials from the company explained that the change comes as Bockstael prepares for the future succession of the company. This includes expanded roles for Nick Bockstael, the vice-president of construction, and Dan Bockstael, the vice-president of preconstruction.
“Carmine has made significant contributions to Bockstael that have propelled our growth,’ said John Bockstael in a statement. “His thought leadership is a great asset to our company. I am confident in entrusting him with overall direction of operations.”
Militano will be in charge of the company’s day-to-day operations and will co-ordinate with Nick and Dan to plan Bockstael’s growth trajectory. John will continue to serve as CEO with a focus on strategy, innovation and mentorship.
Militano started working for the company in 2013 and held the role of senior vice-president and principal since 2016, where he made significant contributions to company growth and market share increases.
Bockstael Construction is Manitoba’s largest regional contractor with its base in Winnipeg. They are a fourth-generation family business and have been in continuous operation since 1912.