Philadelphia, PA (June 7, 2022) – Philadelphia-based construction management firm LF DriscollGo to http://www.lfdriscoll.com has named Kenneth Innella as President of the firm. Mack Stulb, who has served as the company’s president for over 17 years, will move into the CEO position.
With a background in mechanical engineering and mechanical and electrical systems, Ken joined LF Driscoll in 1992. He served in several principal positions and led many key initiatives for the company, including founding the Engineering and Quality Departments and numerous employee development and training programs.
Ken also served as a key leader for many of LF Driscoll’s most important projects in recent years, including the Barnes Museum, Penn Medicine Smilow Center for Translational Research, Free Library of Philadelphia Parkway Central Branch Renovations, Philadelphia Phillies Citizen Bank Park Renovations, Wistar Institute Expansion, Axalta Global Innovation Center, Jefferson Health Asplundh Cancer Center, Jefferson Health Cherry Hill Hospital Expansion, Penn Medicine Chester County Hospital Expansion, and Jefferson Health Specialty Care Pavilion.
As president, Ken will continue to provide executive leadership on projects, business planning strategies, compliance, and corporate financial oversight, as well as employee and executive leadership and development.
“The promotion of Ken to President no doubt solidifies the future growth of our company and its continued success,” said Mack Stulb, LF Driscoll CEO. “I look forward to working closely with Ken and our leadership team to continue our culture of client partnership, outstanding project delivery, and employee growth.”
About LF Driscoll
Founded in 1929, LF Driscoll has earned our reputation as a construction management leader in the Mid-Atlantic. The collective talent and expertise of our people, clients, and partners have resulted in hundreds of buildings that pioneer research, advance medical treatment, and patient care, showcase art and entertainment, preserve cultural treasures, and educate generations. www.lfdriscoll.comGo to http://www.lfdriscoll.com