Management Team

R. Dudley Webb

R. Dudley Webb

R. Dudley Webb, Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder of The Webb Companies, was born in the coal mining community of Read more

Woodford Webb

Woodford Webb

Woodford Webb is President of The Webb Companies, where he oversees the legal and financial management of a large portfolio Read More

Ronald Tritschler

Ronald Tritschler

Ron Tritschler, who joined The Webb Companies in 1987, is a director, CEO and senior legal counsel. He is responsible Read More

Ken Michul

Ken Michul

Ken oversees a portfolio of more than 2 million square feet of office, industrial and retail properties leased and Read More

Nick Schwendeman

Nick Schwendeman

Lexington native Nick Schwendeman, CPM, is Senior Vice President of Asset Management and serves on the Board of Directors Read More

Doug Osborne

Doug Osborne

Doug Osborne, Vice President of Building Services, supervises The Webb Companies’ team of skilled technicians who Read More

Marilyn Fralix

Marilyn Fralix

Marilyn Fralix, Vice President of Accounting Services, oversees The Webb Companies’ Accounting Department. Read More

Carter Miller

Carter Miller

Carter Miller, Vice President of Asset Management, manages a large real estate portfolio consisting of over one million Read More

Christopher Fralix

Christopher Fralix

Christopher H. Fralix, Vice President of Operations, oversees information technology, human resources and day-to-day Read More

One of the leading Central Kentucky commercial real estate firms, The Webb Companies has evolved considerably in the 40 years since it was founded by brothers Donald and Dudley Webb. Both attorneys turned developers, the Webb brothers uncovered a talent and passion for real estate development after building a duplex and turning a sizeable profit within four months.

Under their leadership, The Webb Companies became one of the largest real estate development organizations in the country. Its projects stretched from California to Maine and Chicago down to Key West, ranging from mixed-use complexes, hotels and office parks to retail centers, warehouse and distribution facilities, residential high-rises and marinas.

The Webb Companies’ developments remain among Lexington’s most recognized and beloved landmarks, including the Lexington Financial Center’s big blue tower, The Square, Festival Market, Lexington Radisson (now the Hilton) and Lexington Green. The Webb Companies’ newest landmark development is CentrePointe, an exciting mixed-use project being planned for the core of downtown Lexington.

Through these developments, The Webb Companies cultivated a high level of expertise in property management & leasing, and began concentrating more on this specialty in the early 1990s. Today, The Webb Companies is a full-service commercial real estate firm, offering construction, marketing, leasing, brokerage, property management, tenant representation and ancillary real estate functions.

The firm manages a diverse portfolio of more than two million square feet of commercial real estate space in Central Kentucky, including prestigious central business district and suburban office space, mixed-use complexes, retail shopping centers, residential developments, apartments, warehouses and other commercial facilities.

The Webb Companies Team

The Webb Companies team offers more than 200 years of combined experience.

Dudley Webb, chairman of the board, co-founded The Webb Companies with his brother Donald Webb. Their accomplishments and savvy developing were recognized by the Wall Street Journal (link to article) in 1987. They were named Lifetime Members of the Downtown Lexington Corporation in 2005 (link to video).

Woodford Webb, Donald’s son, is president of The Webb Companies and oversees the legal and financial management of its large portfolio of residential and commercial properties. Woodford was named a Top 20 under 40 Rising Star by the Lexington Young Professional Association in 2008, and Commerce Lexington’s Public Policy Advocate of the Year in 2010. He is very involved in the community and serves on multiple civic and charitable boards.

Ron Tritschler is director, CEO and senior legal counsel. He is responsible for providing general corporate and real estate legal advice, personnel management, and oversight of the company’s leasing and financing on a broad range of real estate projects.

Ken Michul is director, principal broker and executive vice president of leasing, brokerage and operations. He oversees a portfolio of more than 2 million square feet of office, industrial and retail properties leased by The Webb Companies. Ken represents a variety of clients in site selection and the leasing, purchase and sale of investment-grade commercial real estate.

Nick Schwendeman is a director, senior vice president of asset management and member of the board of directors. He manages a portfolio of nearly one million square feet of office and retail space and parking facilities.

Doug Osborne, vice president of building services, supervises The Webb Companies’ team of skilled technicians who maintain each property. Doug is thoroughly knowledgeable of all current building codes and standards, and works to ensure the safety and security of our buildings.

Marilyn Fralix, Vice President of Accounting Services, oversees The Webb Companies’ Accounting Department. She joined the company in 1991 as an administrative assistant to the CEO and worked her way up to her current position.

Carter Miller, Vice President of Asset Management, manages a large real estate portfolio consisting of over one million square feet of commercial property, including shopping centers, suburban office buildings, retail centers and industrial properties. Carter also oversees the management of the Corporate Center Owners Association in Lexington.

Christopher H. Fralix, Vice President of Operations, oversees information technology, human resources and day-to-day office administration. Chris began his professional career with The Webb Companies as an Assistant Network Administrator before going on to a successful career in Information Technology. He returned to the company in 2015 with a wealth of leadership experience from years spent consulting in a variety of environments.

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