Our people are the roots that have kept TWR Framing growing tall and strong for over 33 years. We invite you to come along with us as we take a short walk down memory lane and celebrate the people that have been so important to the TWR family. We’ve also included a few other events and partnerships that have been instrumental in our success.
Elvis and his band have grown TWR Framing into a wildly successful framing company and are enjoying their time on top. But there is a storm coming in the distance that will test the resilience of TWR all the other companies in the industry. Will Elvis and his band be able to withstand the Recession Storm?
Cary has been with TWR since April of 1995. He worked as a carpenter for a while and then was promoted to become a TWR Foreman, managing jobsites and crews for nearly a decade. In the fall of 2004, Cary was again promoted, this time to Area Manager, taking on the role of overseeing a group of Foreman. When Rick Newton, the former Customer Service Manager, announced his retirement, TWR knew just the person to fill the very big shoes being left behind. Cary accepted the position and looks forward to many more years of success and being a part of the TWR Framing family.
In 2012, TWR’s relationship with Woodside Homes began and it has proven to be a successful partnership. Woodside Homes is a progressive homebuilder, involved in a number of programs aimed at adding value to their operation and project, including CAL/SHARP (Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program). Internally, they created the Trades Council, whose goals are to create better and more efficient homes by partnering first with the Contractors as well as creating an even flow process. TWR congratulates Woodside Homes on their innovative approach to homebuilding and looks forward to many more successful years together.
As a company that continually strives for progression while providing the best product for our clients, we have put two new Material Handlers into action out in the field.
2016 JLG 1055 Material Handlers
Weight: 31,559 lbs. EACH!
Height: 8’-4” tall
Length: 20’-1” long
Details: 15’ factory truss boom
Rear backup camera for safety
Max. Lift Cap. = 10,000 lbs.
Max. Lift Height 55 feet
If you see these guys on a job site, feel free to stop, admire them or even take a selfie! Make sure you send them to us – email@example.com and let us know if we can publish your pic. Lil’ Elvis will be so proud!
For over three decades DR Horton has been building some of our nation’s finest neighborhoods and in that time has grown to become America’s largest homebuilder. TWR has had the good fortune to work alongside DR Horton, framing many of those communities throughout the southwest.
The partnership began in 2001 and has weathered many ups and downs of the housing industry together. In celebration of a 15-year relationship milestone, listed are some of the highlights of the partnership. The first project TWR collaborated with DR Horton on in 2001, was “Hawthorne” in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Following were many more, including “Copper Moon at Wolf Creek” in Temecula, CA in 2005, and in 2010, “53 Melrose” in Carlsbad, CA. The most recent projects TWR and DR Horton continue to proudly collaborate on are “Kensington Pointe” in Winchester, CA and “Motif” in Glendora, CA. TWR looks forward to many more years of a great working relationship with DR Horton, “America’s Builder.”
Congratulations to Foreman Cary Skeen, who was presented with TWR’s 10th Golden Gate Award! Cary’s ongoing and steadfast commitment to a safe workplace truly embodies the core values that we cherish at TWR.See the Award