Today T.C. Peters Construction is a diversified Design/Build firm and full service Construction Manager with the ability to meet the needs of clients on a variety of project types, including new and green construction, restoration of historic buildings, renovation of shopping centers and educational facilities, theaters, nursing homes, office buildings and municipal buildings. The owner, Tim Peters, is a strong advocate for green construction and works with clients to develop building strategies that improve environmental performance.
T.C. Peters Construction has three strategic goals:customer satisfaction, quality construction and effective business and accounting practices. The owner, Tim Peters, is personally committed to working closely with the client and design professionals to meet each project’s specific criteria. As a construction manager, he has proven that through thoughtful and thorough pre-construction planning and communications, efficiencies can be realized in both construction cost and project schedule. Integrity, honesty, safety and responsive commitment to owner satisfaction are the company’s top priorities.
Significant savings of time and money can be realized by the client when T.C. Peters Construction is the construction manager, acting as the owner’s representative and overseeing a project from start to finish. This process begins with pre-construction consultations with client and architect for conceptual budgeting and value engineering, firming up budgets, preparation of bid packages and coordination of bid lettings. Peters then schedules and manages the project assuring all safety and code compliance, efficient construction, coordination of subcontractors, daily management and effective communication with all those involved in the project.
Tim Peters’ philosophy for green construction offers clients a systematic, ground-up approach beginning at the conceptual stage and advancing to implementation and tracking of features capable of generating energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reductions, improved indoor environmental quality and general stewardship of resources.