Tom Lampe Joins Furlong Building Enterprises as Business Development Director

tom-lampe-headshotWilder, KY–Furlong Building Enterprises, LLC, a commercial and industrial construction firm, announced today that Tom Lampe has joined the company as Director of Business Development. Lampe is responsible for attracting new business for the company and working with clients. Prior to joining Furlong, Lampe worked at Stand Energy, Tapke Asset Management and Trellis Companies, a real estate investment and management firm.

“Tom Lampe is the consummate professional and is an outstanding addition to our leadership team,” said President & CEO Jude Hehman. “His real estate and business development experience provides us with a new dimension in pursuing new opportunities for growth. Tom is a high value service-oriented professional who will work well with our clients.”

Tom Lampe was recently elected as a Commissioner for the Campbell County Kentucky Fiscal Court. Lampe is a graduate of Xavier University and has business and real estate experience in Ohio, Kentucky and throughout the Midwest and Southern Regions of the United States. He resides in Fort Thomas, KY with his wife Kim and the couple has three sons.

Committed to the community and public service, Tom Lampe has volunteered countless hours of his time in service to the people of Fort Thomas serving on City Council for 12 years; he serves on the Business Support Committee for the Board of Directors for St. Elizabeth Healthcare, and is involved with his parish St. Catherine of Siena. Tom Lampe is a past board member of the Lions Club of Fort Thomas and a team leader for the Fine Arts Fund.

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.

For more information, visit www.FurlongBuilding.com or call 859-647-2999

Furlong Named to NKY Chamber’s Emerging 30 List of Fastest Growing Companies

IMG_2195Each year the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce recognizes the “Emerging 30″ companies who are reaching new heights and contributing to a vibrant economy here at home. Furlong Building Enterprises has been named to the 2014 Emerging 30 list.  “We are proud to be included in this prestigious list of honorees,” says Furlong CEO Jude Hehman. The award ceremony will be held on October 23, 2014.

 emerging-30-logoCongratulations to the 2014 Emerging 30 designees… Advantage Tent & Party Rental Alpha Omega Industries, LLC Altus Wealth Management Bannockburn Global Forex, LLC Bluegrass Commercial Group, LLC Bonfiglioli USA Business Backer Cove Federal Credit Union Cru Cutters, LLC Divisions Maintenance Group The Dragonfly Foundation Dynamic Supply Chain Solutions LLC exclusive agent for PEI Emerge Managed Solutions Federal Supply First in Trailer Service, Inc. Furlong Building Enterprises G2Local Greater Comfort Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Ion/Apex Electric Keller Williams Realty Services Legion Logistics, LLC McAndrews Windows and Glass Nexigen Communications LLC Perfectware Solutions Plumb Tite, LLC Professional Waste Consulting, LLC RecruitMilitary Red Hawk Technologies LLC Roundtower Technologies Wieda’s Marine, LLC.

Business Courier Profiles Furlong CEO Jude Hehman

August 8, 2014 – As part of its up close and personal profile series with the 2013 class of Forty Under 40, The Cincinnati Business Courier profiled Furlong CEO Jude Hehman, a 2013 Forty Under 40 award recipient.

Hehman used horse sense to help Boy Scouts

Jude Hehman is running for mayor of his hometown, Fort Mitchell.
 

Projects Editor-Cincinnati Business Courier

jude-hehman-goldJude Hehman, 39, is president and CEO of Furlong Building Enterprises.

What was your first job? Bus boy at the Greyhound Tavern

When you were 10, what did you want to be when you grew up? The boss, working with my father.

What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? My father always told me to never do things halfway, always give 100 percent and finish the job.

What’s the biggest mistake you’ve learned from? Learning how precious family and friends are and that sometimes time is limited.

What’s the best book you’ve ever read?Dan Brown is my favorite author – “DaVinci Code” and his other books.

If you could trade jobs with anyone for a day, who would it be? Mike Brown, owner of the Cincinnati Bengals.

What’s the simplest thing you never learned to do? Giving blood. I can’t stand the sight of needles.

What’s your hidden talent?Horsemanship.

How did you acquire that skill? What many people don’t know is at a very young age my brother bought me my first horse. I learned to ride and became a good rider. I would teach instructional riding for the Boy Scouts to qualify for their merit badges.

What’s your favorite vacation spot?Hilton Head Island, S.C.

What organization or company, aside from your own, do you most admire?Apple

Which websites do you try to look at everyday? Enquirer, Business Courier, LinkedIN, Furlong, Twitter, Facebook, various news sites.

What do you think is Cincinnati’s best-kept secret? How easy our commute is and how accessible everything is. There are many ways to arrive at one destination, with good roadways.

How do you most like to spend your money? On my four children.

What scares you? Not knowing what is ahead.

Is there something about you that might surprise people? I am running for mayor of my hometown, Fort Mitchell.

Click here to read the full profile: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/print-edition/2014/08/08/hehman-used-horse-sense-to-help-boy-scouts.html?ana=e_ph_prem&u=tViEyc2SLISp96YMt9WSylWYXxd&t=1407504132&page=all

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