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Tim Robertson

Position: Senior Superintendent - Employed Since 1991

Tim Robertson is a Project Superintendent with American Constructors and has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry including working as an ironworker, electrician, welder, cabinet maker, carpenter, carpentry foreman, assistant superintendent, and superintendent. Tim’s past experience with numerous trades has allowed him to develop into a dynamic construction supervisor with an extensive knowledge of the procedures required to make a complex project successful.

Since beginning his tenure with American Constructors in 1991, Tim has built over $341 million of construction in Middle Tennessee and the southeastern United States. Significant projects include the Schermerhorn Symphony Center Flood Remediation and Mitigation ($33M), the Commons at Vanderbilt Phase I & II ($85M), Coffee County Middle School ($21M), Randolph School Campus with Athletic Facilities, Fine Arts Center and Administrative, Classroom and Science Building ($27M), Tennessee Christian Medical Center and Baptist Emergency Center ($34M), and four retirement and nursing facilities for National Healthcare ($48M).

In the summer of 2015, Tim completed a fast-track, 92 day, 80,000 SF $6M dormitory renovation at Lipscomb University and is currently working on the $83M addition and renovation to Hillsboro High School in Nashville.

Tim is married to Melinda Robertson and they have two sons, Chad and Derek and two grandchildren. His son, Chad, has worked many years with our firm and is employed as a field engineer.