Kendall Kolb, 1848 Construction Inc.
IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Kendall Kolb, vice president, 1848 Construction Inc.
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What would you say are the best things about living and working in Dane County?
The best things about living and working in Dane County are the progressive society and the activities Dane County offers. I love the accepting nature and the open mindset of the people in Dane County, and the lakes, bike trails, music venues, and arts open endless opportunities for activities with friends and family.
Do you have any secret talents or abilities that people would be surprised to discover?
I don’t believe I have any secret talents or abilities; however, an interesting fact about me is that before I joined the construction industry I was a teacher for three and a half years. I hold a degree in elementary education with an emphasis in math. I taught in the McFarland and Monroe school districts before becoming a project manager in the construction industry.
What are your guilty pleasures?
My guilty pleasure is sweets. I have a really bad (maybe some would call it good) sweet tooth. I’m a sucker for sweets of any kind, no matter what it is. It could be cake, custard, cookies, candy — you name it, I like it. I have to make a conscious effort to stay away or not indulge too much.
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