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Casey Dunn promoted to CEO of Denham-Blythe

Casey Dunn has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer for Denham-Blythe Co., Inc., and will administer oversight for the design/build large construction company with offices in Kentucky, South Carolina and Tennessee. Dunn is also the Chief Operating Officer and works closely with Human Resources to recruit professional staff, oversees all insurance and benefits partners, mitigates risk management, and manages a wide array of preconstruction and construction services oversight for design-build projects in various states.

Denham-Blythe, which was founded in 1976 in Lexington, Ky., specializes in markets such as industrial manufacturing, automotive, distribution, food, and healthcare. The company focuses on creating and maintaining relationships, completing building projects in over 34 states and Mexico, with 90% of its business from repeat customers.


STEM Career Day at Denham-Blythe a success

In June, Denham-Blythe hosted the annual “Grow from Within” STEM career day for 23 local middle and high school students interested in Engineering and other construction careers at the Lexington headquarters in Lexington, Ky. Presentations and experiments were shown throughout the day by mechanical, civil, structural, and electrical engineers as well as architects.

Several breakout sessions and activities for students included an introduction to architectural model building, a drone demonstration, 3D scanning and wooden beam demonstrations, and other STEM-related construction uses.

It is hoped that the event will inspire students to consider choosing STEM careers in the construction industry for the future.

Taking flight! 55-ton crane arrives to help build the future of sustainable recycling

Taking flight! Our 55-ton crane arrives to help build the future of sustainable recycling! We’re excited to share a glimpse of the progress on one of our flagship projects. This massive 55-ton crane was recently set on its runway system and will play a crucial role in constructing this state-of-the-art recycling plant. This bridge crane is 12’-6” tall, carries its own manway catwalk and weighs a staggering 233,000 lbs!!!