(PRWEB) March 29, 2013
HITT Contracting Inc. is proud to announce that Senior Vice President Kimberly Roy has been named to Engineering News Record’s Top 20 Under 40 list for 2013. The list is featured in the March 25, 2013 Mid-Atlantic issue of ENR, highlighting the accomplishments of young professionals in the design and construction industries from Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
Ms. Roy joined HITT Contracting after graduating from Virginia Tech’s Building Construction Department in 1999. She was promoted to Project Manager in 2002, Senior Project Manager in 2006, Vice President in 2009, and Senior Vice President of Preconstruction and Strategy in 2012 – the fastest career progression in HITT’s history, achieved by the first woman to reach the company’s executive level. Ms. Roy now leads HITT’s nationwide Preconstruction Team and Special Services including Sustainable / LEED®, BIM, Design/Build, Subcontractor Relations, and Joint Ventures, with an emphasis on building strategic relationships, developing innovative ways to capture more business, and risk analysis.
Taking HITT’s service philosophy to heart, Ms. Roy approaches each project with professionalism, sound judgment, and good humor. She has a reputation for going “one step beyond” to make a lasting impact on her clients. “Kim knows the business. She is detail oriented and treats her subcontractors fairly. Kim has earned my trust as well as my respect and I always feel comfortable working on any project that Kim is managing,” said Cliff Batcheler, Sales Manager and Director of Business Development for Green Team, Inc. Ms. Roy’s dedication has led her to develop an extensive repeat client base, attributed in part to her rare combination of technical ability, engaging personality, and true commitment to the betterment of HITT Contracting.
Ms. Roy has worked on over $555 Million worth of new construction projects over her career and has played an integral role in building HITT’s portfolio. Notable projects include: Phase III of T. Rowe Price’s campus in Owings Mills, Maryland; the Washington Gas Springfield Operations Center in Springfield, Virginia; the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC; and South of Market Block 15, Sallie Mae Headquarters, Democracy Tower, and College Board in Reston, Virginia.