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Walbridge | DIG to Host Toyota Project Outreach Event on May 8

Date Posted: May 1, 2015    

Bell’s Brewery selects Walbridge to expand Comstock Campus

Date Posted: April 24, 2015    

Gopher Resource Tampa Project Wins ABC Excellence in Construction Award

Date Posted: April 23, 2015    

Walbridge named Southeast Michigan Healthiest Employer again

Date Posted: April 14, 2015    

Walbridge, WMU to team up for COAA presentation on BIM

Date Posted: April 9, 2015    

Whitney renovation to receive Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation

Date Posted: April 1, 2015    

Walbridge, DIG To Team On Toyota Projects

Date Posted: March 25, 2015    

Walbridge To Receive TAUC Thomas J. Reynolds Safety Award

Date Posted: March 23, 2015    

Walbridge to build multifunctional student-centered complex for MSU

Date Posted: March 23, 2015    

Walbridge projects win big at 18th Annual WCA Pyramid Awards

Date Posted: March 10, 2015    

Walbridge’s Landry Graduates from ‘Leadership Kentucky’

Date Posted: December 27, 2012

FRANKFORT, Ky. – After seven months of traveling across the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Walbridge’s Col. (ret.) Keith Landry, Director of Federal Business Development, has graduated from its well-known leadership program.

Leadership Kentucky is a 28-year-old educational nonprofit that brings together professionals in varied disciplines from across Kentucky to gain insight on significant challenges facing the state’s communities. Participants are selected based on their leadership abilities, career accomplishments and volunteer activities.

“Since Walbridge does business in Kentucky, I thought it was important to gain a stronger understanding of the economic issues and challenges facing the Commonwealth,” said Landry, who retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 2011 and resides in Louisville. “This program put me in the center of various business communities throughout Kentucky and made me more familiar with the state’s many economies.”

From May to November, Leadership Kentucky’s Class of 2012 journeyed across the state for two- to three-day retreats in various communities, learning about each region’s culture, commerce, history, government and natural resources. This year’s group visited Jabez, Frankfort, Louisville, Georgetown, Henderson, Eddyville, Hopkinsville/Fort Campbell and Pikeville. Roughly 50 professionals graduated from the program this November.

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