DALLAS – September 20, 2021 – Reserve Construction, a general contracting company offering commercial construction services, is pleased to announce the hiring of Tim Storms to its leadership team. As president, Storms will guide the day-to-day operations and further the company’s business growth within its DFW markets.
Prior to Reserve Construction, Storms began his construction career in 1997 after graduating from Texas Tech University. A highly regarded leader in the industry, Storms will bring unmatched knowledge and a unique approach toward driving new business opportunities across all aspects of construction.
“I am excited about the opportunities ahead of me and our team. I believe we have the foundation set to do amazing things and I am looking forward to the journey,” said Storms.
The company provides clients with the highest quality and most economical commercial construction services in the industry. Working with a multitude of industries such as office, industrial, restaurants, and capital improvements, Reserve Construction partners closely with architects, engineers, property owners and managers, brokers and end-users to achieve high quality construction developments.
“I believe Tim’s extensive background has prepared him for this moment,” said COO Rachel McCready. “We are very grateful to see what lies ahead for Reserve Construction under Tim’s leadership. He brings a wealth of wisdom from his twenty-four-year career in this industry at Rogers O’Brien and we are looking forward to great things!”
About Reserve Construction
Reserve Construction provides clients with the highest quality and most economical commercial construction services in the industry. The company’s principles guide every decision made and are the bedrock to its successes. With a proven track record across a multitude of industries, including office, industrial, restaurants and capital improvements, its team partners closely with internal and external stakeholders to achieve the highest quality construction on time and within budget per project.