Defining Technical Excellence — Intuitive Problem Solvers

Our team members have gained an outstanding level of technical knowledge through their experiences making them intuitive problem solvers. Technical excellence influences our approach and process which produces a high-quality building built for the best price.

Craig Richards

Technical Excellence is the ability to foresee and eliminate an issue before it has the potential to jeopardize safety, schedule, budget, quality, and most importantly, client satisfaction.

— Craig Richards, Sr. Project Manager
Timothy McClellan

No matter what your role in the company, the standard is excellence!

— Timothy McClellan, Executive Vice President
Melia Mauldin

Taking the extra steps to make sure we get every detail right from the very beginning.

— Melia Mauldin, Marketing & Sales
Jeremiah Webb

Technical excellence is understanding what our customer wants and making sure they get what they deserve. We use the most cost effective way, not the cheapest way.

— Jeremiah Webb, Project Manager
Brad Bloomberg

Technical excellence is more than just an understanding of the process of construction but the ability to overcome all challenges no matter how difficult.

— Brad Bloomberg, LEED AP, Project Manager
Kevin Joseph

Technical excellence is rooted in the perfect execution of safety, design-intent, schedule, and quality. To be technically excellent, every member of the IMMPact team has to perform their job flawlessly.

— Kevin Joseph, E.I., Project Manager
Ernie Lewis

Technical excellence is not just meeting the basics but going above and beyond and paying attention to the detail to achieve a higher standard.

— Ernie Lewis, Sr. Project Manager
Ken Ursini

Technical excellence is delivering a quality facility with value.

— Ken Ursini, Project Superintendent
Ted Tinkler, LEED AP

Technical excellence in construction is having the ability to see all of the intricate moving parts of construction and solve the issues efficiently and effectively using all of the resources available. This requires dynamic people who are technically sound, but more importantly; people who care about end results and strive for excellence.”

— Ted Tinkler, LEED AP, Vice President
Dillon Overman

Technical excellence is the fine attention to detail. It is the ability to be both excellent and proficient in addressing the finer details along with the more prominent tasks. All of this leading up to a great performance.

— Dillon Overman, Project Engineer

Contact Tim McClellan

Email Tim 704.900.1170

Contact Matt McClellan

Email Matt 614-487-7744