His career advancement is routed way back to General Motors, where he began as a production general manager of the company’s division located at St. Therese. He was engaged in the process of overseeing the production unit for 14 years before he left the firm. In 1993, Louis Chenevert advanced in the corporate world to join United Technologies Corporation. He served the organization’s branch known as Pratt and Whitney, for a grace period of six years. During his reign at the firm’s division, he earned an incredible reputation for his outstanding services that led him to be president of the entire branch in 1999. Louis Chenevert’s leadership skills prompted United Technologies Corporation to elect him as president as well as the chief executive officer of the corporation in 2006.
Louis Chenevert has a legacy that was set for his leadership skills while conducting his duties and responsibilities in UTC before he left the company in 2014. He helped the company to acquire Goodrich at a monetary value of 18.4 billion dollars. He was responsible for choosing projects that led to the growth of the firm despite the devastating subprime recession that attacked the United States. The company became the sole supplier of F-35 engines for the US government as well as the geared turbofan engines known as GTF engines. United Technologies Corporation branch of Sikorsky also became the largest manufacturer of helicopters in the United States through his stewardship.