Phil Kenney, Brian Keith celebrate milestones!
“When I became a full-time employee in 1984, I knew Wilhelm was the place I wanted to work for the rest of my career. Whether I was a young, dumb office engineer at Union Station, a novice estimator working for Herb Ruffley, a group manager reporting to Jud West, or the president of the company, my outlook has never changed. This is the greatest place to work because of the amazing projects we build as we safely serve our clients. I have also enjoyed working with some of the finest construction minds in the country. It has been an wonderful ride, but it is not over yet.”
“Working at Wilhelm has been a remarkable experience. So many people and projects come to mind; a particular project, however, stands out. It was that project I witnessed generosity, integrity, longevity, compassion, and hope – Hope Academy at Fairbanks. We had no sooner completed the punch list and it was already having a positive impact on our community. My other favorite projects are the museums I’ve worked on such as the Eiteljorg, Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana State Museum, and James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home. I have been able to enjoy these places with my family and friends many times. I enjoy working with all the folks at Wilhelm and the many clients I’ve come to know.”
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