Timothy started in the industry in 1996, opening a branch in Erie, PA. He has been with Kessel Construction, Inc. for over 25 years and is the owner and president of the company. He has been involved with many aspects of the organization ranging from project development to sales and marketing to handling office personnel. Timothy’s expertise lies in new customer development, and he has developed a reputation for bringing difficult parties and complex projects together.
Butler Buildings have been a part of Kessel’s success for over 86 years by supplying custom and pre-engineered building systems. Kessel and Butler have successfully built standard pre-engineered building systems, conventionally framed structures as well as “hybrid” structures (Butler pre-engineered and conventional design structures combined into one structure).
Additionally, Kessel can assist in providing custom designed compressor buildings, crane systems, meter houses and shelters for gas and oil pipeline development and related industries.
- Steel erection roof and wall sheeting
- Gas industry typical design requirements include: Guaranteed Sound Management/Attenuation (roof and walls), removable roofs, and crane systems
- Concrete footers and foundations, floors slabs, compressor pads, grouting, tank farm dikes
The above disciplines can be self-performed by Kessel crews and equipment. They have worked for approximately 24 different gas and oil industry companies including Repsol, UGI Energy Services, Southwest Energy, Universal Well, Gas Field Specialists, American Refining Group, Kinder Morgan, Schlumberger, Chesapeake, Otis Eastern, Shell, and Superior Well to name a few.
Kessel Construction can help with all construction needs from compressor buildings, warehouses, corporate offices, shop buildings, grouting, and sound attenuation.
In addition, Kessel partners with key industry engineering and design professionals in the gas Industry to help provide turnkey construction solutions.
Did You Know?
Kessel is a four generations business and is one of the oldest Butler builders in the country.
Posted September 21, 2022