Tuttle Safety Achievement

December, 2016 - Tuttle Construction, Inc. a subsidiary company of Tuttle Services, Inc. has achieved a significant milestone in its company history by working 1,000,000 hours without a Lost Time Accident. This safety achievement of logging 1 million hours started in August of 2011 representing 5 calendar years without a lost time accident on a Tuttle jobsite.

This accomplishment is a tribute to Tuttle's team members and the company's culture of focused attention to safety and quality performance standards. This sustained safety performance record has been made possible by a strong commitment from Tuttle's management, superintendents, and all employees working together to continually care about their safety and the safety of their co-workers.

Paul S. Crow, President/CEO of Tuttle Services stated, "Safety is a paramount concern for everyone in the construction industry. The importance of the safety of employees, subcontractors, owners and the general public cannot be overemphasized. We are proud of this accomplishment and are vigilant where safety is concerned,  by continuously reviewing our safety policies, procedures and implementation to ensure a safe work environment for everyone at the jobsite so they return home safely each day to their families."

About Tuttle Services, Inc.

Since its origin in 1928, Tuttle has built a strong reputation throughout the region by consistently exceeding customers' expectations. Tuttle offers a wide range of construction services for the industrial, institutional, and commercial markets. Construction Management services are also provided through Tuttle Services' subsidiary, Touchstone CPM. Operating on a philosophy based on professional ethics and high standards, Tuttle is driven to provide successful projects that include value-added intangibles, which foster long-term relationships.

Executive Promotions & New Hire

Tuttle & Touchstone Announce Executive Promotions and New Hire

LIMA, OH – April, 2016 - Tuttle Services, Inc. and its subsidiary firms, Tuttle Construction, Inc. and Touchstone CPM, Inc. is proud to announce the promotions of the following individuals and a new employee hire: 

Nate Neuenschwander, a 17-year employee has been promoted to Chief Operations Officer (COO) for the parent company, Tuttle Services. In this role, Nate is responsible for the daily operations of the organization and ensuring that business operations are efficient and effective to provide quality construction services to customers. Nate is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and a Master's degree in Business Administration from Bluffton University.

Bruce Perry, a 13-year employee has been promoted to Vice President of Corporate Services for Tuttle Services. Bruce is a graduate of Bowling Green State University with a B.S. in Technology and double major in Construction Management and Architectural & Environmental Design. He earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Bluffton University.  As the VP of Corporate Services, he will have full oversight for business development, client engagement and estimating services across the organization.

Chris Moore, a 13-year employee has been promoted to Vice President of Touchstone CPM. A graduate of the University of Akron with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and a licensed Professional Engineer, Chris will oversee Touchstone’s construction planning and management operations in addition to managing a team of professionals who will ensure complete contract adherence for each Touchstone project.

Mike Baxter, a 12-year employee has been promoted to Vice President of Tuttle Construction and will oversee Management Operations with a focus upon continued quality solutions and measures to reinforce Tuttle’s “Building on Quality” initiatives. A graduate of Bowling Green State University, with a B.S. in Construction Management, Mike has been instrumental in growing Tuttle’s company operations in the petrochemical industry.

Brent Stechschulte, a 10-year Tuttle employee with extensive project management experience within the industrial and automotive industry, has been promoted to Vice President of Field Operations for Tuttle Construction. A graduate of Mount Vernon Nazarene University with a B.S. in Business Administration, Brent will be responsible for Tuttle Construction’s field operations to ensure the right construction equipment, tools, supplies and personnel are utilized efficiently for each building project.

Kathy Valentiwas recently hired as an Estimator for Tuttle Construction. She brings over 20 years of professional experience working in the construction industry focusing on project estimating, cost control and scheduling activities. As an estimator, Kathywill assist in the development of the initial preliminary costs and scheduling, while monitoring the development of the design documents for cost control purposes.Kathy earned her Associates of Applied Science degree in Mechanical Design Engineering from Rhodes State College.