TDIndustries Announces Tim McNew as VP of Austin Construction

AUSTIN - (April 13, 2022) – TDIndustries, Inc. announces that as it continues to grow its industry-leading business, Tim McNew returns to the company as Vice President of Austin Construction. McNew has direct responsibility for both new construction and special projects.

"Austin is a dynamic market if you consider the tech companies moving in, growing population and the legacy companies with roots here," said McNew. "These factors will allow us to pursue exciting projects in the community while continuing to grow and develop our team."

As Vice President of Austin Construction, McNew will drive innovation through his strong Central Texas relationships and the competitive edge TD’s multitrade prefabrication and technology offer customers, including building owners and general contractors.

"Tim's leadership skills have led to the development of high-performing businesses and teams throughout his career," said Vice President Laura Gautreau. "I look forward to what his strong leadership, experience and people skills will bring to our customers and Austin Partners."

McNew returns to TD from Factory Blue, where he was Director of Offsite Manufacturing. Previously, McNew led TD’s business development and preconstruction services in Dallas and Fort Worth for 23-plus years. He has a master’s degree in Information Technology from the University of Texas at Dallas and a bachelor’s in Construction Science from Texas A&M University.


Celebrating 75 years of servant leadership and excellence, TDIndustries, Inc. is the premier facilities service and mechanical construction company serving the Southwest. TD has been finding solutions for customers’ needs with innovative ideas and cost-saving solutions since 1946. With offices in Arizona, Colorado and Texas, TD is well-positioned to meet customers’ needs and exceed their expectations on any project regardless of size, complexity, or location, within budget, and on time. For more information, visit TDIndustries.com.