KRSM Project Manager Reaches 22 Years of Service
February 2018 – This month marks 22 years of service for Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal’s (KRSM) Project Manager Chris Lemmon. Chris started working for Kalkreuth in 1996 where he worked in the sheet metal shop as an apprentice throughout college. Upon graduation, he began working as a journeyman and continued to work his way up the ladder to a foreman then to his current position as a project manager. “With Kalkreuth being a family owned organization, there is always room for improvement and I am a prime example of that” said Chris.
Chris mainly works with sheet metal but like any other project manager, he always does a little bit of both. His first project as a field foreman was Aileron in Dayton, Ohio. Not only is this his favorite project but it was also his hardest. The overall project was unique and was designed to have pieces replicating an airplane wing (an aileron) which had to be curved on the job site.
Kalkreuth is sincerely grateful for your many years of continuous dedication and hard work. Thank you, Chris and keep up the good work!
Pictured is Chris Lemmon, his wife Stacie, daughter Hallie, and two sons Hunter and Tyler.