Louis Chenevert is a French-Canadian who spearheaded the success of United Technologies Corporation in the corporate world through his leadership skills. Following his time at UTC, Chenevert served the Merchant Banking Division of Goldman Sachs as an advisor. Mr. Louis is well-known for his expertise in the production industry. He is always at the forefront in championing improvements in organizations, which earns him an incredible reputation in the business world. Louis Chenevert has a track record of serving various agencies in different positions. He is affiliated with American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Business Roundtable, Cargill, Yale Cancer Center’s Advisory Brand and Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation.
After completing his high school education, the French-Canadian joined Université de Montréal-HEC to pursue his passion in the manufacturing industry. He graduated with a degree in production management and later used his academic credentials to secure job opportunities in the corporate world. Louis Chenevert got his first employment opportunity at General Motors. He performed his duties and responsibilities at St. Therese for fourteen years, which was a division of the firm. During his tenure at the company, he acquired knowledge and skills that helped him obtain a job at Pratt and Whitney in 1993.
Pratt and Whitney branched out of the United Technologies Corporation. Louis Chenevert served the firm for six years before being appointed as the president of the company. He was responsible for overseeing all the activities that were involved in Pratt and Whitney. He was later absorbed by United Technologies Corporation in 2006 and was appointed as the chief executive officer. His commitment to success through his leadership skills is unimaginably impressive.
Louis Chenevert has a myriad of achievements that he gained during his tenure at United Technologies Corporation. He was responsible for the acquisition of Goodrich, which had a transaction value of $18.4 billion. He spearheaded the growth of UTC, by making it become the sole supplier of the F-35 engine for the US government as well as the largest manufacturers of helicopters. Mr. Chenvert ensured that the company invested in the right technology, which increased the production levels within the firm. Before his resignation in 2014, UTC dominated the market for heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration services.