FRIDAY FEELING: KIMLE NAILER and Residential Rehab Completion amidst COVID19 PANDEMIC
Let’s get our FRIDAY FEELS on! Join us as we celebrate the successful completion of a residential rehab project. Despite the stay at home order issued as a result of the COVID19 Pandemic, many construction activities are considered essential. Listen in to learn how our guest Kimle Nailer, President of Nailrite Construction recently wrapped up a full residential rehab. Kimle shares highlights of her journey with the homeowner, contractors, and COVID19 Pandemic. Listen in to hear the measures she took to keep her team safe, the importance of excellent communication skills, and overcoming obstacles to ensure your project is a success!
KIMLE NAILER is a “developer” on many levels, in every sense of the word. Her calling and her life’s work, have always been about building, transforming, and bringing about positive change. Her professional experience has included employed positions designing and managing research projects in the automotive, healthcare, and advertising industries. She has managed multimillion-dollar projects and budgets.
As owner of Nail-Rite Construction, Kimle Nailer has over 22 years of project management experience as a real estate investor renovating and rehabbing homes.
She is responsible for securing construction contracts, managing projects within budget and ensuring superior customer satisfaction for owners. She secures project funding and manages budgets for profitability. Her research expertise allows her to analyze project development growth strategies, ultimately improving revenue and profitability.
As president of the company, she manages operations, as well as field teams for timely completion of projects; develops strategic partnerships securing contracts to support growth of the organization and manages business relations increasing new project opportunities.
In terms of volunteerism, Kimle is President of the National Association of Black Women in Construction and thefounder of Positive S.I.S.T.E.R.S., an organization designed to empower women through Sisterhood.
Ms. Nailer was recently recognized in Who's Who in Black Detroit - 9th Edition as a Top Black CEO in Detroit. She also received the Michigan Chronicle's Women of Excellence Award and was a Finalist in NEIdeas and Model D Startup Story Night: In Good Company.