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Congratulations to Bill Spitler, Mark Dodson, and Debbie Gee on reaching impressive milestones
Bill Spitler, Project Manager Wow, 25 years. It seems like it was just a few days ago I came on board at F.A. Wilhelm Construction. Working here has been great. My colleagues and the opportunities Wilhelm afforded me have the best anyone could ask for. We should be proud of the variety of projects and the unique aspects of each that we are asked to tackle due to our expertise and abilities. Whether it was the grand opening at Union Station, pouring raker beams at the [Hoosier] Dome, watching the plant control board as we produced 245,000 gallons/day of bio-fuel at the refinery, listening to the incessant singing of 2200 slot machines at the Indiana Grand Casino or starting up the new Cummins Headquarters in downtown Indianapolis, Wilhelm is a leader in our field and I am already looking forward to the next big project.
Mark Dodson, Senior Estimator My career at F.A. Wilhelm construction has allowed me to work on several monumental projects. It is an honor to work here because there are no other contractors in the area that do what we do. It’s a blessing after all of these years to wake up every morning and still enjoy what I do, and that has a lot to do with all of the talented and gifted people I have had the opportunity to work with.
Debbie Gee, HR Coordinator
Wow, has it been ten years? Time flies by when you really love your job and F.A. Wilhelm Construction. I have too many great memories and stories (that may or may not be true) to put on paper. I love working with my co-workers and management. The most rewarding project I have been a part of is Wilhelm ACTS (Actively Contributing Through Service) a veterans-focused home modification services program made possible by employees and their families. Our company is filled with generous employees and management who are always willing to help whether it’s a community cause, a colleague who has experienced a tragedy, or colleagues who may be going through a rough patch in their life. It seems as if I am giving my goodbye speech, but don’t worry I will be here a few years longer!