Timco Construction Announces Expansion Into Wisconsin
Timco Construction, a premier general contractor specializing in healthcare construction, today announced its expansion into Wisconsin with the hiring of Tal Armstrong as project superintendent. Headquartered in Plymouth, Minnesota, Timco Construction has been providing high-end construction services to the Midwest since 1957. In 2009, Timco completed construction of a Fonar Stand-up MRI project for the Center for Diagnostic Imaging, in Wauwatosa, forming a reputation as a reliable and service-oriented healthcare general contractor in the Wisconsin market. Since, Timco has completed a number of healthcare projects of various sizes, including projects for Medical Diagnostic Imaging (MDI), Aurora Baycare Medical Center, VA Medical Center in Wisconsin, and McKesson.
“We have been working with a number of major healthcare clients out of Wisconsin for more than ten years now. As we anticipate more work from those existing clients, we’ve decided now is a good opportunity to continue to grow our firm and our client base in the Wisconsin area,” stated Tim McKee, President of Timco Construction. “Tal has been building in Wisconsin for his entire career giving him an in-depth understanding of the market, the culture, and the best local firms for us to partner with to ensure successful project outcomes for our clients.”
With a background in carpentry and more than 30 years of industry experience, Armstrong will be responsible for overseeing all Timco projects in the Wisconsin area. Born and raised in Pewaukee, WI, Armstrong is proud to help strengthen the firm’s presence in the area, while continuing to form solid relationships with local clients and project partners.
“Timco offers a unique philosophy that is truly relationship-based allowing them to bring value-added solutions to their clients. Though they’ve been around for more than 63 years they have continued to adapt their processes to offer cutting-edge construction solutions to the healthcare market,” stated Tal Armstrong, superintendent. “I’m excited to support their move into the Wisconsin market.”