Kenneth M. Grunley
Chief Executive Officer
Ken began his construction career in 1974 as a son working at his father’s construction company. Fast forward to today, Ken is the owner of the family business. As our CEO, Ken leads the development and execution of Grunley’s long-term overall strategy, primarily as it relates to our business units, coaching and mentoring company stakeholders at all levels, new initiatives asset allocation, and most importantly, creating broad cohesion within an aligned culture for the next generation of leaders at Grunley. Ken’s vision for the company’s growth over the years involved hiring the best and brightest talent in the industry. The firm’s leaders benefit from his open and fair demeanor, attention to details, and more than 40 years of construction expertise.
When asked, Ken will tell you his favorite past project is the Blair House renovation. Built in 1824, it serves as the President’s Guest House. Ken fondly remembers he and his wife Ginny attending a small private dinner party at the Blair House with President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan at the completion of the project.