We’re extremely proud of this 300th milestone - Chuck Wynings, P.E., VP & GM of Tindall's Virginia Division
Spartanburg, SC (PRWEB) November 03, 2016
The Virginia Division of Tindall Corporation, a leader in precast concrete, recently completed construction of its 300th parking structure. Built for Howard Community College in Columbia, MD, the 735-car parking garage is the third parking structure that Tindall’s Virginia Division has completed for the college and is an expansion of the initial deck built in 2006. Featuring buff-colored, multi-faceted exterior elements and three complex connector bridges, the structure will provide much-needed parking for the growing college.
“We’re extremely proud of this 300th milestone,” said Chuck Wynings, P.E., Vice President & General Manager of Tindall’s Virginia division. “By working closely with design teams, contractors and owners such as Howard Community College, we’ve built many strong alliances throughout the construction community. We look forward to strengthening these partnerships and continuing to provide outstanding precast concrete structures.”
Since 1988, Tindall has delivered high-quality precast concrete building systems to the Mid-Atlantic region and has left a prominent signature on the area’s parking structure market. Capitalizing on its expertise, a spirit of innovation, a state-of-the-art production facility and a focus on outstanding customer service, the Virginia Division has delivered parking facilities for a wide range of applications with capacities as large as 5,000 cars.
Headquartered in Spartanburg, SC, Tindall Corporation is one of North America’s largest precast concrete companies with five locations providing design, manufacture and installation of precast, prestressed concrete structural systems, architectural cladding systems and underground utility structures. In 2015, Tindall ranked 5th in Engineering News-Record’s (ENR) Top 20 Specialty Concrete Contractors in the United States list and 77th overall in ENR’s Top 600 Specialty Contractors list.