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Member Spotlight: Kaitlin Ludwig, Director of People & Culture, Lee Kennedy Company


December 14, 2021

Kaitlin LudwigEducation: Bachelor of Business Administration, Siena Heights University

Years in the industry: 6 years

Favorite thing about working in the AEC industry: I love seeing someone’s vision come to life and being part of the team that makes that happen. Whenever I hear someone talk about a job that Lee Kennedy has done, I am proud to talk about all of the people and hard work that went into completing the project.

Recent project you’re proud of: Being able to help grow my colleagues’ careers and having the opportunity to promote and enhance the Lee Kennedy culture is something that I am proud to be part of. I made the jump from finance to Director of People and Culture in August, and I am so thankful to have been given that opportunity. I truly love the people and the culture of Lee Kennedy and I am so grateful to be able to work with my colleagues in a new way.

Favorite place you’ve ever been: I have two favorite places: During my junior year of college I studied in London for a semester and I was fortunate to have the opportunity to travel around smaller towns in England while I was there. My second favorite place I have been was France (Paris and Normandy). I loved all of the culture and architecture in both England and France. Both places were on the top of my “want to travel to” list and I am so grateful to have been able to travel to both already.

What you’re likely to be doing on a Saturday: Going for a hike with my husband and my dog, Moose.

About Lee Kennedy Company:

Lee Kennedy Company has been building partnerships for over four decades. Our extensive portfolio includes work in every major sector, including commercial development; academic; corporate interiors; life sciences; technology; retail; residential; hospitality; and historic restoration.

Under the direction of President & CEO Lee Michael Kennedy, the company’s client-focused approach to construction and dedication to the highest quality standards has resulted in long-term relationships with some of the most prestigious clients in the region.

The company’s culture of teamwork and collaboration stems from a belief that the ideal construction company actively promotes high levels of cooperation and accountability. At Lee Kennedy Co., we believe that every employee must be truly invested in a project’s success to fully achieve our clients’ goals.

With annual revenue capacity of $600 million, the company employs over 250 in-house and field personnel. Our focus on smart, organic growth is a reflection of the evolving construction industry and our understanding of how to meet clients’ needs in the changing market place. The way we conduct business – with professionalism, integrity and a collaborative spirit – provides our company a unique competitive edge.

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