Low bids save CSF $6.5 million
Tecton Saved Louck Family Medical Center $70,000 Before Construction Began.
We already had some ideas of how we wanted our building designed.Tecton told us, “This is where you’ll save money. If we do it this way, we can still give you all the things you want, and stay within your budget. And it doesn’t take away from the quality. It will make the building stand out more and make people notice.”
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They opened our eyes to many different options.
– Kristen Louck, Co-Owner
We did a remodel downtown at 610 Main Street. That was the one that took 11 months. It was done after hours and we stayed open the whole time, but we did some pretty significant major reconstruction within that building.
Tecton manages the job very effectively, very efficiently and strives to protect you as the owner.
They do a very good job of managing the budget. They come in under budget.
– Rick Crawley, CEO
Our Trademarked Filtering™ Process adds Value at Every Stage of Construction
CEO and LEED APSince his graduation from Valparaiso University with a BS in Civil Engineering, Mike Witteveen has been involved in over $400,000,000 of construction. In addition, Mike has achieved his Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional Certification. His areas of expertise include hospitals, medical clinics, and medical specialty construction; concrete structures; steel construction and office midrises; historic restoration; elevated and pedestrian walkways; health clubs; restaurants, etc. He also has created a new, very successful special projects division for a large contractor, and re-engineered and reorganized several companies. Mike possesses outstanding organizational and leadership capabilities, as well as extensive construction experience. He previously served as the President and is a longtime Board Member of the Lafayette Family YMCA and is the past President for the Downtown Business Center.
President and COOMike is a 1991 graduate of Vincennes University and has nearly 20 years of extensive experience on commercial projects. He has held supervisory positions for the construction of state office buildings, industrial buildings, high tech, public buildings, schools, fraternities and retail buildings. He is experienced in the up-front coordination such as design and budgeting, as well as scheduling and subcontractor coordination. Currently Mike and his wife, Rachel, are the Directors of Royal Family Kids Camp for abused and abandoned children. Mike is also very involved with Little league and youth football.
Project ManagerCarl Robison came to Tecton with 16 years of experience working in the Glazing field. Carl came to Tecton with experience in large window systems, sealants, roofing, and leak detection. He enjoys fishing, boating, taking family trips, coaching football, and landscaping.
Dennis joined Tecton as a Project Manager in December of 2019 as a husband of 22 years and father of a 7 year old daughter, which he considers his greatest accomplishments. As the son of a farmer, grandson and great-grandson of mechanics and business owners, he has always utilized an entrepreneurial spirit and work ethic. For 24 years, beginning as a summer job then upon graduating from Purdue, Dennis progressed through roles such as tradesman, General Superintendent, and Director of Field Operations, culminating as Director of Concrete Division, for a civil and concrete contractor, helping to build it from two guys working out of a garage into a $20M a year, 75+ person company. He has been involved in projects ranging from manufacturing facilities to schools, athletic facilities, municipal renovations, warehouses, and retail to both custom and production residential.
In the community, he has served in various roles through Lebanon First Baptist Church, as a volunteer member of the Thorntown Park Board, and is currently serving on the School Board of his high school alma mater, Western Boone. When not working he loves spending time with family, including his dogs, and friends in the outdoors, especially when it involves water.