Toeniskoetter Construction Announces Two Significant Promotions

Posted by TC Admin
January 31, 2018


Toeniskoetter Construction, Inc., is proud to announce two significant promotions:  Adam Toeniskoetter has been promoted to Executive Vice President, and Brett Johnson has been promoted to Vice President.  Both bring considerable talent and experience to their new roles, and they highlight two key areas on which Toeniskoetter is concentrating: client relationship development and larger tenant improvement and ground-up projects.

Adam started his career with Toeniskoetter Construction in 2009 as a superintendent, moving to project manager in 2013.  He was named Vice President in 2016.  In his new role, Adam will sharpen his focus on new business development as well as client relations.  

“Adam brings the kind of deep and well-rounded expertise that enables him to understand a client’s vision before there’s even a drawing on paper,” says Toeniskoetter Construction President & CEO Dan Amend. “That confidence and knowledge is key to earning -- and retaining -- our clients’ trust and has played a significant role in our company’s considerable growth over the last two years.”

Brett Johnson joined Toeniskoetter Construction in 2012 as a project coordinator before being promoted to project manager in 2014.  At Toeniskoetter, Brett has rapidly increased his own skill-set, moving from overseeing small tenant improvement projects to managing two of Toeniskoetter’s signature self-storage projects from the ground up.

“With his successful execution of larger and larger projects, Brett has broadened his own relationship with clients, architects, and subcontractors, helping him to bring in additional business from repeat clients and moving the Toeniskoetter name deeper into the marketplace,” notes Amend. “We’re excited to have him as part of our executive team, representing our company at the highest levels.”

Both promotions recognize the critical roles Adam and Brett have played in the company’s success in the last several years and the importance of those roles moving forward. Congratulations, Adam and Brett!

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