Ken Lambert


Director of Industry Development and Technical Services

Boston, Massachusetts | Hartford, Connecticut

Ken Lambert




Ken has 25 years of experience in the construction industry with a focus on construction management and technical sales engineering. His background and expertise include project management, estimating, specification review, business development, technical sales, and professional writing. Ken has a B.S. degree in Buildings Materials Technology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and has been a licensed Construction Supervisor in Massachusetts since 1999.

Ken has worked on a variety of key building projects throughout New England and elsewhere in the U.S. He's written AIA and PE CEUs on the topics of submittals and shop drawings, composite rebar, and more. His work has been published in ARCHITECT, ConstructionDive, SMPS, Concrete Construction, and Construction Specifier magazine. Throughout the course of his career, he's worked in a variety of leadership positions at construction contracting companies, including general contractors and others specialty trade firms. 

Previously, Ken worked as the national sales engineer for Pultrall/VROD and recently served as the Vice President of the Northeast Region of Construction Specifications Institute (CSI).


Member, Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)

Board Member, CSI New Hampshire Chapter

Member, Boston Society for Architecture (BSA/AIA)

Member, Building Enclosure Council (BEC)


Licensed Construction Supervisor, Massachusetts


University of Massachusetts Amherst

Building Materials Technology


Construction Management

Estimating and Specification Review

Healthcare Facilities Design and Construction

Rainscreen Wall Systems

Sustainable Design and Green Building


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