Who we are
We Aim to Build a Better World
At TecTon, our mission is to develop empowered leaders who provide safe, clean, and high-quality work that is delivered on time, resulting in strong relationships and communities.
Our ultimate goal is to create a positive impact on the world around us, through our commitment to excellence, leadership, and community building.
Meet our CEO, Nathan Carlisle
At the age of 12, Nathan Carlisle was faced with the news that his mother, a Mormon, was leaving on a special mission for 5 years and he would be living with his uncle. This was devastating for him, especially since his father had passed away two years prior. To make ends meet, he ended up quitting school after 8th grade to work full-time building fences with his uncle.
By the time he was 18, he moved on to work as a framer for a $6M company and quickly climbed the ladder. Within 2.5 years, he was running his own crew building the Marriott in Sedona, AZ.
Not able to grown in his job, Nathan began working for a steel erection company in sales and estimating. In just 18 months, he took the company from $1M - $2.5M.
Nathan was then recruited by a larger steel erection company and within his first three months, he successfully bid and landed their first Amazon warehouse for $11M. During his 9 months there, he also landed the top 3 profitable jobs to date. However, he was once again faced with the problem of not being allowed to grow in the company.
At 24, Nathan founded TecTon Construction. In his first year, he did $3M in business and within four years, he is set to hit $30M. Despite only having an 8th-grade education, he learned the power of hard work, leadership, and integrity.
He has recruited his brothers to work for him and together they have a combined 65 years of experience in construction.
Our Core Values
5 POINTS TO THE STAR
Integrity - Doing what you say you will do with quality, honesty, loyalty, on schedule, and with transparency.
Leadership - Leading by example with strong communication skills, tough love, and willing to get my hands dirty no matter who I am.
Opportunity - Allowing our leaders to continually grow.
Safety - Getting our teams home to their families without injury
Community - Building lasting relationships that have strong connection and teamwork.
"After being stifled at every company I worked for, I envisioned a company where everyone had the opportunity to grow into strong leaders in their professional lives as well as in their personal lives."
Nathan Carlisle, CEO of TecTon Construction