Soltesz Executive Leaders Receive Prestigious MBIA Leadership Awards

Nov 15, 2018 – Ken Dunn,  Vice President & General Manager of Soltesz in Lanham, Maryland was selected as the 2018 recipient of the Maryland Building Industry Association’s Joseph C. Rodgers Sr. “Associate of the Year” Award. The award is presented annually in recognition of extraordinary and outstanding service by an associate member to the Association throughout the current year of the award.

As stated by MBIA, Ken has his finger on the pulse of the growth of Suburban Maryland and Washington, DC, and has advocated the industry’s position on stormwater regulations and revisions to the local permitting process throughout his career. He has been at the forefront of other regulatory changes and his expertise has brought about many positive results for the industry on important issues.

Ken also is Chair of the Prince George’s County Chapter, a role he has held since 2013 that continues into 2019. One of Ken’s biggest challenges has taken place over the past two years, when he worked tirelessly on the rewrite of the Prince George’s County Zoning Ordinance. Throughout the arduous process, Ken held multiple stakeholder meetings in his office, worked closely with government officials and compiled pages upon pages of written comments to ensure the building industry’s interests were protected.

Additionally Jim Gotsch, PE was nominated to be the Southern Maryland Chapter Chair as  a Board of Directors member.

Soltesz is extremely proud to have Ken Dun as one of our executive leaders! Congratulations to Ken!

Read the MBIA’s full press release here:

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