Furlong Building Enterprises, LLC, a commercial and industrial construction firm, announced today that Ed Adamowicz has joined the company as a superintendent. Adamowicz has extensive building construction experience and is responsible for working on site for client projects.
“We are thrilled to have a superintendent of the caliber of Ed Adamowicz on staff and part of our team,” said Furlong President Jude Hehman. “Ed has a broad range of experience in many different types of buildings which makes him an excellent fit for our expanding company’s services.”
Ed Adamowicz completed the four-year education program of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Texas and was nominated twice for the Superintendent of the Year award by AGC of Texas. Adamowicz previously worked for Kajima Construction, WBK in Dallas TX and Hemmer Industries in Northern Kentucky. He resides in Demossville KY with his family.
The Northern Kentucky Leadership Class of 2014 is working with Transitions, Inc. to provide funding and support for the Health Newborn House Furlong Controller Nanette Brames is a member of the leadership class and Furlong Building Enterprises is a sponsoring organization for the project.
As mothers all over the nation will be celebrated this Sunday, business leaders from over 50 area companies and organizations will come together Friday at 10 a.m. to cut the ribbon on a project that helps mothers and their babies. However, this project is a bit different: these mothers, and now their babies, are fighting heroin addiction.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Leadership Northern Kentucky Class is working with Transitions, Inc. to secure funding for the Healthy Newborn House, which provides housing and support for up to 10 expectant and new mothers who are battling an addiction to heroin. Mothers and their infants can stay in the home for up to four months after giving birth and they receive life skills training, addiction support, and assistance in finding permanent housing. To be eligible for housing in the Healthy Newborn House, mothers first complete the Transitions Women’s Residential Addictions Program (WRAP), where they undergo 90- 120 days of residential addiction treatment, then move to the Healthy Newborn House.
Sponsors of the Healthy Newborn House include: DHL, Southern Air, Toyota, Valmark Securities Inc., Messer, Duke Energy, Focus on Success, Furlong Building Enterprises, Raines Buechel Conley & Dusing PLLC, NKY Hates Heroin, Erigo Employer Solutions.
Furlong Building Enterprises, LLC, a commercial and industrial construction firm, announced today that Ken Miller has joined the company as a project manager. Ken Miller has extensive experience in construction project management and will be responsible for managing design-build construction projects for clients. Prior to joining Furlong, Ken worked at K4 Architecture in Cincinnati.
“Ken Miller’s extensive experience in both construction and architecture make him a great addition to our team of customer service oriented project managers,” said Furlong President Jude Hehman. “Ken has expertise in so many types of buildings; he is an excellent fit for our growing company.”
Ken Miller is a graduate of The University of Cincinnati and has a B.S. in Construction Management with a major in architecture. He resides with his wife in Delhi Township and the couple has three children; one son is serving in the U.S. Navy. Ken volunteers his time at Matthew 25 Ministries and enjoys playing golf in his spare time.
Furlong specializes in design-build construction, additions and renovations for commercial, industrial, office, medical and retail projects. The company currently has twelve employees and was awarded the Tri-State Success Award by Cincy Magazine for the second year in a row. The company was named to the Business Courier’s Fast 55 list of the region’s fastest growing companies for 2013. Services are provided throughout the Tri-State and Midwest Region including Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan and Tennessee.