Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. (KGEI) is excited to announce a transition in leadership as part of its long-term strategy and employee growth plan. Associates Ben Gries and Leiah Roy will take over leadership of the 34-year-old company to continue the advancement and future development of one of Louisville’s leading engineering firms. Ben stepped into the role of President and Leiah assumed the role of Vice-President and Director of Mechanical Engineering, effective January 1, 2017.
Ben is a Bowling Green native and attended Western Kentucky University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering. He also received his MBA at the University of Louisville.
Leiah has worked with KGEI for over 16 years as Senior Mechanical Engineer. She attended the University of Louisville where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering.
KGEI founder Don Greulich will remain with the firm as Principal and CEO and Scott Setliffe will remain as Principal and Director of Business Development.
Greulich says of the transition, “It’s an honor for me to see a new generation of leaders guide the direction of our firm. Ben and Leiah are incredibly talented engineers and are the two perfect professionals to work in these positions.”
Read more in the Louisville Business First article.