Employee Testimonials

Slide1 Mike Reed Superintendent “I would like to say that after 40+ years in construction I have but one regret - that is not finding Alston Construction sooner in my career. I have worked for some very large contractors in my life but none with the sense of family and integrity as Alston. We truly work as a team and everyone’s opinion matters. Our safety team is outstanding and we always get the support we need all the way to the top…This company is a rare gem in this industry. Proud to be a part of Alston Construction…”

Slide1 Jestina Jordan Project Accountant “I love Alston! I love it because of the people. I know that I am respected, trusted, and valued because they tell me and show me daily. I look forward to coming to work every day because I know it’s going to be challenging and fun. I am proud to say that I work for a company that is so giving. We are all elbows deep in our communities and Alston makes that happen by supporting each of us and allowing us the room to expand our wings. I love working for a company that cares just as much about our families as we do and makes sure that we get the time we need to be with them.”

Slide1 Dwayne Wattenbarger Superintendent “Hard work and comradery is a common thread throughout the entire Alston family. I have been lucky to be surrounded by people who are willing to work together to create something great...I know I am genuinely appreciated for my contributions and input on projects.”

Slide1 Project Manager “One of the greatest attributes of working for Alston is that we are a big family helping each other succeed and always striving to be better. We are committed and take pride in what we do. We truly have the best staff and clients.” Negin Radcliff

Slide1 Senior Project Manager “Alston’s benefits are the best I have ever seen or heard of…We also take a lot of pride in coming up with community service programs for those in need. From our CEO down, the door is always wide open to discuss anything at all… I truly enjoy waking up in the mornings and look forward in coming to work.” Kirk Arney