The 2018 class of 30 in Their Thirties spans the business world, including employee staffing, finance, food production, health care, insurance, real estate development, and technology.
“Aging baby boomers have been driving the development of senior residential facilities across America, as well as new medical-related centers, and it’s Quinn Kiriluk’s responsibility to make sure Troy-based Kirco, his family’s development, construction, and property management company, stays ahead of the opportunities.
Currently, the enterprise, which owns and manages the Columbia Center at I-75 and Livernois Road in Troy, is building two senior residential communities in Alabama, while other sites will soon begin development in Michigan and Illinois. “Frankly, there are more opportunities than we can handle,” Kiriluk says.
To assist in taking on more work, Kirco recently partnered with Hedrick Brothers Construction in West Palm Beach, Fla., to seek out projects in the Sunshine State, including senior residences, health care facilities, and large corporate centers. The partnership, Hedrick Kirco Properties, began earlier this year.”