TWR is dedicated to moving the industry forward with best practices for residential framing contractors. We thought the best way to highlight our continued efforts would be to compile a series of videos that are both visually compelling as well as educational for builders, developers and the industry at large. It is our goal to offer the the best framing services to our clients while maintaining the highest level of integrity in our work. Later in this series we will explore topics like safety, customer service aftercare, and community involvement.
This first video takes you on a trip from TWR’s inception, Little Elvis’ introduction and the extensive client and project list TWR has developed over the past 25 years.
Stay tuned and we hope you enjoy!
TWR and Shea Homes create another successful build for the HomeAid Orange County’s Annual Project Playhouse 2010!
The Shea Playhouse Builder Team has created a playhouse where a child can let their dreams soar to amazing heights in this colorful imaginary airborne house. Even without thousands of balloons to carry it, the house will be an imaginary mode of transportation. And a journey will leave any child with wonderful memories.
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Longtime Client Kathy DeLucio of Standard Pacific Homes spots a “Real” Little Elvis and sends TWR a picture and quick note from her travels:
“While bicycling across Iowa last week, Dennis & I discovered the REAL “Lil’ Elvis” in Garner, Iowa. Thought you could appreciate this! Hope all is well with you, Tom.”
Standard Pacific Homes
TWR Enterprises Inc. will be the headlining as the “Victory Underwriter” for this year’s Building Industry Technology Academy annual fundraiser. For the past four years, TWR has sponsored the Building Industry Association of Orange County’s B.I.T.A. fundraiser.
Each year, the Building Industry Technology Academy, with support from companies like TWR Framing, raises money to help high school students prepare for the future with a comprehensive construction curriculum.
B.I.T.A. is a unique program that provides vocational training to Orange County high school students, teaching them the skills needed to succeed in the construction industry.
The evening event, “Wine on the Wings,” will be held on September 16, 2010, at the Lyon Air Museum, where guests will treated to fabulous wine and culinary creations while surrounded by authentic WWII-era airplanes, historic automobiles, military vehicles, motorcycles and memorabilia from the personal collection of Major General William Lyon.
As others sacrifice industry standards, TWR refuses to lose their Commitment to Excellence.
In a day and age when others are cutting corners wherever they can, TWR continues its quality first approach in every practice. As proof of that commitment, we have once again re-certified with the NAHB and received their NHQ Quality Certification for the 6th year running. It would be easy to continue to place the logo on our website with no certification of currency, however our standards have always been the paramount focus of our approach no matter the circumstances or economic climate.