Sturtevant, 52, started at the company, then known- John C.L. Morgan
as Consolidated Constructors and Builders Inc., in 1983 as a field engineer
after graduating from the University of Maine. She rose through the ranks, as a
project manager, then as a minority shareholder and vice president of
operations, and finally, in 2004, she became president and majority shareholder.
Over the last five years, average annual sales have grown from $18 million to
$36 million under Sturtevant’s leadership, making CCB among the state’s top 10
largest construction firms by revenue.
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