WithersRavenel taps Warren Ladbrook to direct project management
WithersRavenel is pleased to announce that Warren Ladbrook, PE, LEED AP, PMP, has been promoted to Director of Project Management.
With more than 25 years of engineering experience in the U.S. and around the world, Warren possesses extensive project management and leadership expertise. Additionally, from land development to water resources engineering to infrastructure planning and construction, Warren has robust and diverse AEC experience. Since his start at WithersRavenel and throughout his career, he has also proven to be an expert collaborator and communicator, and will continue to bring people together across our delivery teams.
Warren is looking forward to this opportunity to improve our project management framework and processes. With an eye on efficiency and positive outcomes, his leadership focus will also include listening to people and helping our company leverage resources and personnel by thinking strategically. Warren loves the WithersRavenel employee-owner culture and embraces a philosophy of continuous education and improvement.
Based in our Asheville office, Warren has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He completed his master’s coursework at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His Ph.D. is in progress (virtually) through the University of Auckland in New Zealand.
Please join us in congratulating Warren on this promotion! Do you want to put Warren and WithersRavenel to work for you? Contact him at (828) 255-0313 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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