TD is proud to help fire departments improve safety and efficiency by installing Firefighter Air-Replenishment Systems (FARS). With these systems, firemen can refill air canisters inside structures, allowing them to focus on fires.
TD is ready to guide Texas and Arizona customers through the purchase and installment phases. Interested in learning more?
By Brian Bateman on May 28, 2019 12:36:54 PM
Contractor Magazine released its annual Book of Giants, and TDIndustries remains in the top 10 of its national revenue rankings.
TD checks in at No. 8 overall, improving its revenue by $26 million in 2018, and increasing three spots in piping to No. 4 nationally. TD is No. 3 nationally in HVAC at $303 million, No. 2 nationally in plumbing at $183 million, and No. 4 nationally in piping at $126 million. For the second straight year, Contractor ranks TD No. 3 in the Southwest – and No. 3 in Texas.
TD was No. 1 nationally in plumbing last year, and No. 6 overall.
The list ranks the largest mechanical contractors in the United States by region and overall. An accompanying article discusses the year in review and upcoming challenges for the rest of 2019 and beyond.
TD delivers a comprehensive approach to mechanical construction, operations and maintenance. Since 1946, TD has provided innovative engineering, construction and facilities services that optimize the performance of world-class mechanical systems. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, TD has offices in Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, Richardson, San Antonio and Phoenix, Arizona.
We have been responsible for skyline projects throughout the United States, from design and construction to operations and maintenance. We are 100% Partner-owned, and we balance big company stability and resources with a small company feel. We accomplish this through a Servant Leadership philosophy that puts others first.
For almost 50 years, TD has embraced a culture of Servant Leadership, and continually seeks strong, life-cycle relationships with customers, subcontractors, and its employees.
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