During CEO Kim Roy’s 18 years at HITT, she’s not only carved out an impressive career for herself, but also contributed greatly to the overall direction of our organization. To say she has a well-rounded understanding of the company is an understatement. Kim has a deep knowledge of HITT, gained through her varied roles in the field, on the jobsite, and in the corporate office.
Before stepping into the role of CEO, Kim led our Healthcare sector and Strategic Services departments, two very different business units. That dual functionality suited Kim’s skill set and ambition perfectly, providing the perfect foundation for the next step in her career.
“Kim’s strengths in visioning, strategic planning, and executing are complimented by her organizational skills and ability to give clear direction,” said Co-Chairman Brett Hitt. “Her passion for our industry and selfless nature make her uniquely qualified to lead the company into our next era.”
In 2015, Kim implemented HITT’s Corporate Leadership Council (CLC). Comprised of top performers from all areas of the company, the Council’s primary goal is to develop future executives and build our talent pipeline.
“The members of CLC experience a lot of growth during their time on the Council,” explained Kim. “Watching as they break down silos and build relationships across sectors and regions is one of the most rewarding parts of my job.”
In 2017, she continued to influence executive management with her formation and leadership of the Enterprise Governance Committee (EGC). “Kim embraces the expertise of her team members, listens to our opinions, and empowers us to contribute to the evolution of the organization,” said Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Communications Ashley Campbell, a member of the EGC. “She’s a change agent—always striving to make HITT a better builder, a better employer, and a better company.”
Kim’s tireless work ethic and strategic vision has helped make HITT who we are today and continues to shape the future of the company. “Even as Kim has progressed through the company, her leadership and focus haven’t changed,” said Pete Bizic, a project executive in the Healthcare sector. “Above all else she remains passionate about building.”