Michel Michno Named Harris CEO

January 14, 2021

Michel Michno has been named the next CEO of Harris, an MCAA member company. He joined Harris in 2015 as chief operations officer, bringing with him over 35 years of experience in the construction industry, including international experience in Europe, Asia, Africa and Central and South America.

His broad background includes skills in building envelopes, building interiors, ornamental metals, sheet metal and HVAC. He is adept at automating the design and construction process to increase efficiency and has a strong record of growing companies both organically and through acquisition. He holds a Master of Science from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’ Art et Metiers, in Paris, France.

Greg Hosch, Harris’ CEO since 2008 and an employee for the company for 30 years, will remain connected with Harris in his role as Board Chairman. During his time as chief executive officer, he more than tripled the business, acquired nine companies and developed the Harris Design Studio. Key projects constructed during his tenure include U.S. Bank Stadium, Apple2 Campus in Cupertino, Tesla Manufacturing Center and most recently, the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

“I am very excited to lead Harris into this next phase of progress,” said Michno. “Harris is a dynamic company that will continue to deliver remarkable results for both our partners and employees.”

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