Founder and president, FEDCOM Construction

Louis Lannutti brings over 20 years’ experience in the construction industry to his role as founder and president of FEDCOM Construction. He began his career in the late 1990s as an independent contractor, doing carpentry work for developers renovating residential properties in the Philadelphia area. His experience since then includes new home construction, supervising multiple significant commercial and government projects with project budgets of up to $22 million, and starting his own construction management company and general contracting business.

Mr. Lannutti offers the depth and breadth of understanding and experience that only lifelong commitment to an industry can create. His areas of expertise include construction project management, estimating, project administration (budgeting, resource management, and regulatory compliance), and supervision and training across all sectors of the construction industry.

Mr. Lannutti’s signature project to date, where he served as Supervisor and Senior Project Manager, is the $40 million August Wilson Center for African-American Culture (2009), a modern venue for the arts in downtown Pittsburgh. Other satisfied clients include the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), United Airlines at Dulles Airport, the City of Pittsburgh, and CB Richard Ellis.


  • Built new homes and entered the Carpenters Union of Pittsburgh, PA. Within 2 years, Mr. Lannutti graduated from the apprenticeship program with honors.
  • Began as Supervisor on the August Wilson Center, a signature and high-profile project for Pittsburgh, and completed work as the Senior Project Manager.
  • Founded CM Solutions, a construction management firm, and C&R Contractors, a general construction
    company. Led diverse teams in local government and private-sector construction projects. Established FEDCOM Construction, located centrally in DC, MD, and VA, to focus the business on the government contracting space.