Through much hard work and planning, Lil’ Elvis has built something great and he and his band of rockstars, are taking the industry’s center stage!
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 – firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Highlight on TWR, behind the scenes.
This year marked a special year in TWR’s history 30 years in business. Although we would like to say it was a consistent flow of work with perfect production schedules and unlimited budgets that kept us in business, we all know that would be a false statement. This last 30 years has seen some of the highest highs and the lowest lows in our industry and in our nation. Both of these extremes require a great deal of effort and commitment to see them through. What we believe is that it was the hard work and shared commitment of our core management team, foreman and staff that kept the wheels turning during the most trying times. Even when we were the most challenged, it was the level of support, and friendship that kept our spirits high. We are grateful for the level of commitment from each and every person in the TWR family. We are grateful for the past 30 years in business and the people and relationships that have made our Commitment to Excellence and Our will to Succeed a driving force in our culture here at TWR.
Client Highlight on Melia Homes
Melia Homes has been a client of TWR’s for over 10 years. It has been our pleasure to complete a multitude of projects for them in our time together. We have a shared vision in the work that we do together, which has fostered a great deal of respect, collaboration and success over our partnership with Melia Homes. TWR Project Manager, Tim Farnell expresses it this way,
We are so grateful for our relationship with Melia Homes. The Melia Homes team are some of the most delightful people we work with. We have great two-way communication, they are incredibly professional, and they are relationship-driven. We hope to enjoy a long lasting relationship with Melia Homes. We are truly grateful for Melia Homes.
It is through this level of respect that our relationship with Melia Homes has flourished for so long. It has been said that “…it is simple to keep a relationship strong when times are easy, however when times are difficult, that is when the adventure begins.” In the past, the difficulties in our industry challenged us all. It is in these times that you come to appreciate clients that you have strong relationships with. When we look back over time, we can say TWR and Melia Homes are truly partners, and for that we are grateful!
Highlight on HomeAid and Project Playhouse
Giving back to an industry that has given us so much brings us gratitude. For over 20 years, we have had the pleasure of working with both HomeAid OC and HomeAid IE. We support their mission, a mission that is truly that of the humanitarian –the simple act of one human being caring for another. Volunteerism and philanthropy have been cornerstones in our corporate philosophy since the day we opened our doors. Our respect for the work that HomeAid does is what drew us to them. Our participation in their mission has given back to us ten fold.
This fall, we had the honor of once again being a part of Project Playhouse the Pet Edition. We were part of a team that designed and built the “iBark House” that was auctioned off with the proceeds going to support the mission of HomeAid Inland Empire. We are grateful for the opportunity to help HomeAid and to be a part of the Project Playhouse for so many years. Thank you HomeAid for what you do!
For over 30 years, TWR has been framing homes in Southern California and we decided that was something to celebrate. At PCBC in San Diego, TWR hosted an intimate 30th anniversary party with some of our most valued clients. We thank every one of our clients and the rest of the esteeemed home building industry for supporting TWR Framing in our “Committment to Excellence and Our Will To Succeed.”