Brad Ewing

GROUP PRESIDENT, ENERGY

With more than 30 years of energy experience, Brad is a proven leader in building high performance teams, cultivating customer and employee satisfaction and fulfillment, and creating a culture of continuous improvement. He has a passion for improving operations and profitability and reducing costs. As President of Welty Energy, Brad provides Project Management Services using Lean Building ScienceTM to facilitate project completion, waste elimination, cost reduction, and schedule completion.

Words to live by:

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.

– Robert Frost

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Visits to France

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Pontoon Boat

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Children

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Amateur Radio License

Q&A session with: Brad Ewing

What inspires you?

Challenges. Usually challenges that nobody else would tackle.

Why did you first get into construction?

Energy was my first love at the age of 14 and I built an amateur radio set and got my license for amateur radio, and continue to have my license and stay in touch with what is going on with amateur radio today.

What is your fondest memory of being in the industry?

All of the challenges I have been afforded and being able to help shareholders and company and the customers. Treating the employees like they are the greatest asset.

Contact Us

3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 200
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333
1400 W. 10th Street, Suite 200
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
330.802.2260
cburns@thinkwelty.com
750 Communications Parkway
Columbus, Ohio 43214
614.802.1360
jhartman@thinkwelty.com

Recent News

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August
Akron's Downtown Bowery restoration taking shape with new apartments, retail space
Jim Mackinnon  Akron Beacon Journal When Don Taylor, head of Welty Building Co., envisions the late fall completion of the $42 million Bowery redevelopment in downtown Akron, he’s not quite sure which metaphor he should use. It will ...
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June
7 Ways to Help Keep Workers Safe in the Construction Industry
Article From- STAY SAFE APP Article By- Naomi Billington The construction industry accounts for over 3 million jobs. Due to the nature of the work, it’s one of the most dangerous job roles with workers being exposed ...
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