We are often asked, "Why the name, Total Site Contractors, Inc.?"
Initially, Total Site Contractors Inc. (TSC) performed site oriented work. As the company grew and the construction market changed, TSC adjusted its business plan and entered the Federal and State Government markets as a self-performing General Contractor. This became an early major source of TSC's business.
In keeping with the ever changing market, TSC then began to focus on developing the private sector market while continuing with our government work. Throughout these changing business strategies we have maintained the name that our customers have come to recognize as a quality and dependable organization, Total Site Contractors, Inc.
TSC has continued to maintain a staff of skilled trades people to self-perform carpentry and drywall work. By having these skills on site we can positively influence the schedule and quality of the finished project.
Total Site Contractors' principals are committed to their customers' complete satisfaction. They have over 85 years of combined experience in the business.
Eugene B. Welch, enterprising Owner and President has a history of successfully starting and growing businesses. He has carefully financed TSC and skillfully managed its assets so that TSC could grow into new markets. His career includes guiding TSC from a small site preparation company into several companies that provide worldwide General Contracting, Construction Management and Facility Management services to the Private and Government Sectors.
Alan Clatterbuck, Vice President, has a background that includes employment with several local, commercial, government and residential contractors. His work experience includes restoration of historic buildings, museum construction, child care campuses, site development and multi-family apartment buildings.
Combined with Alan's hands on building ability are his financial and management skills, which are valuable assets during the preconstruction services phase; allowing him to analyze cost and methods, insuring good business decisions are made.
Alan's civic and professional activities include serving on numerous church committees and participating in the the construction of the Deaf School Campus in Granville, St. James Jamaica. Alan participated in more than ten yearly trips during the construction of the school as a team member and as a team leader.