Taylor Bros. Hosts ISA Reception
INDIANAPOLIS, IN Taylor Bros. Construction, part of the Harmon Group of Companies, recently hosted a packed reception for members of the Indiana Subcontractors Association (ISA) where company representatives provided background about the company, its plans for the future and information on how subcontractors can become qualified to become involved in their projects.
The meeting was held at the Mill Race Center in Columbus, one of the company's recent projects.
Tom Harmon, Chairman of the Board, began the meeting by welcoming guests and explaining that the company was acquired by Harmon in 1968 but was first established and has been doing business since 1933. It serves either as a construction manager or general contractor and boasts annual revenues of over $40 million. The firm has 150 employees and performs work across the United States.
As a National Corporate Plus Member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Taylor Bros. averages over 20 percent diverse participation in their projects. Part of their success in this area can be attributed to the numerous outreach events they hold as well as a vigorous mentorship program.
Honors have been flowing to the company particularly in recent years being named the General Contractor of the Year by ISA in 2014 and the Top Notch Contractor of the Year in 2013.
The list of owners for whom Taylor Bros. regularly performs work is as extensive as it is impressive. Included in the list of current customers are familiar names such as Target, Menards, Honda, Kroger, Meijer, CVS, Wendy's and many others.
ISA members were schooled with an interesting and often humorous presentation on the particular challenges faced when undertaking work on a national basis.
Closer to home, the company also counts among its recent clients Cummins Engine, Indiana University, Eskenazi Health and the Indianapolis International Airport.
The presentation also stressed how Taylor Bros. "gives back" to the communities in which it serves. For example, the company teamed with Target to perform an "extreme makeover" for inner city libraries in Indianapolis and Detroit. In addition, The Harmon Group of Companies raised over $400,000 since 1990 in their "Joy of Giving" Program that provides Christmas gifts to needy families in the area.
Information on how to become prequalified with Taylor Bros. can be found on their website, tbcci.com.