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TCW Construction
TCW Construction
Tony Delgado
Joe Delgado

The roots of TCW Construction are tied into a family owned culture that has developed over decades with hard work, dedication, and our family of employees. TCW was founded in 1977 starting out with small concrete jobs and originally named Tony’s Cement Works after Tony Delgado. Then in 1998 the company was bought out by Joseph M. Delgado and the name of the company was changed to TCW Construction Inc. Now TCW Consists of a family of companies, which include TCW, Husker Concrete, and American Contracting.

Joe started his construction career with Peter Kiewit and Sons in 1980. In 1985, Joe joined his father and became an employee of Tony’s Cement Works. Tony’s original operations consisted of residential and commercial construction dating back to 1977. In 1986, Joe directed the expansion of Tony’s into heavy/highway construction for the State of Nebraska and the Federal Government. In the late 80’s, Joe oversaw the expansion of the business into the environmental construction area. Under Joe’s direction, Tony’s began removing underground storage tanks in 1988, and has performed similar work for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), United States Air Force (USAF), United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and other various government agencies. Joe continued to expand the company into hazardous waste removals, remediation systems installations, and operation and maintenance of remediation systems. Joe continues to expand the company.

In 1998, TCW acquired a Butler Manufacturing dealership, providing metal building systems to meet a variety of construction needs. TCW decided to expand into this field after constructing a fabricated steel building in 1997 for the United States Department of the Interior – Forestry Service and earned the Excellence in Construction Award in 1997 from the Associated Builders and Contractors. TCW Construction quickly began to expand in the commercial building industry including early projects such as the administration building for USACE in Hastings, NE; the Lincoln Auto Auction facility on South 1st Street; Lamp and Lighting Warehouse on West O Street, Lincoln NE; and two Flex Space Buildings at 601 Van Dorn Street in Lincoln, NE was just the beginning.

In 1999, TCW began supplying ready-mixed concrete from a portable batch plant to the Lincoln area under the name Husker Concrete LLC. Husker provides all standard concrete mix designs as well as any special designs that may be required. Husker’s current fleet of 15 concrete mixer trucks allows prompt delivery service throughout the Lincoln area.