Aaron Landolt Promoted from President to CEO
Cincinnati, January 21, 2020 — Enerfab, one of the nation’s leaders in providing fabrication, construction, and maintenance services to the utility, chemical, and heavy industrial markets announced Aaron Landolt’s promotion to CEO of Enerfab. Landolt has served as president of Enerfab for the past two years. He is replacing Scott Anderson, who has been promoted to president of Enerfab’s parent company HBH Holdings, Inc.
Scott Anderson commented, “I am excited to announce Aaron’s promotion. He’s been instrumental to the company’s success — spearheading efforts to diversify our business and bringing technological innovations to the table to help drive project safety, quality, efficiency, and subsequent profitability.” He added, “Aaron has a deep understanding of our various businesses, and his entrepreneurial style will be invaluable in bringing future innovations and capabilities to the marketplace.”
Landolt began his career at Enerfab in 1993 as a co-op student from the University of Cincinnati, and he has worked in a variety of leadership roles in business development, technology, and operations. He holds two undergraduate degrees from the University of Cincinnati’s Lindner College of Business and an Executive MBA from the Williams College of Business at Xavier University.
Landolt commented, “I am truly honored to be taking over the role of CEO. We have a great team at Enerfab, and I am eager to accelerate our diversification efforts while continuing to explore product and technological innovations that will transform Enerfab into even more of an agile and technology-driven company with a continued focus on safety and quality.”
Founded in 1901, Enerfab has become an industry leader in providing fabrication, construction, and maintenance services within the utility and heavy industrial markets. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Enerfab is one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the area, employing over 4,000 people and operating in four regions. Learn more at www.enerfab.com.
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