Employee Spotlight: Kim Mudrak
Name: Kim Mudrak
Title: Lead Project Administrator
“The devil whispered in my ear, ‘You’re not strong enough to withstand the storm.’ After that, I whispered in the devil’s ear ‘I am the storm.'” – Unknown
Describe what you do in a day:
My day is filled with a large variety of activities from contracts and resource allocation tracking to assisting the great teams I work with compiling bid packages, change orders, submittals, etc. I couldn’t ask for a better group of people to work with each day!
What is your proudest accomplishment?
My two very special sons! They have grown to be such loving, respectable, and accomplished men.
Triangle is a strong company that provides many opportunities, including volunteering and supporting our community. All of which are very important to me.
How has your career grown since starting at Triangle?
I started with Triangle five years ago as a Project Administrator and have since been promoted to Lead Project Administrator. It is an honor to lead the great group of Administrators we have here at Triangle. They are the best team I have worked within my career of over 25 years.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I enjoy outdoor activities. Fishing, camping, kayaking, and a good campfire at the end of the day.
How did you end up in construction?
I started out in cosmetology and decided it wasn’t for me. I found a position with a Design/Build firm when I was living in Nevada, and that was the start of my career in construction.
What’s the last book you read?
Blind Man’s Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage. Great Book! It was a good read for me as my oldest son was stationed on a submarine for a time.
What motivates you?
My motivators are my family and having the opportunity to assist others.
What are you working on right now?
Some of the projects I am currently working on are Fox Mazda, Ionia ISD – Freedom Acres & Admin Building, 111 Lyon Retail, Fifth Third Bank, and 200 Madison.
Kimmy, Mama Bear
Some already know this, but I love to plan and coordinate events. When I lived in Reno, Nevada I was part of a team that organized the City’s parades and Corporate Olympics. Big or small, I love the challenge of creating an event for all to enjoy.