Tim Tench, MAPP’s Vice President & Business Unit Leader for Life Science started in construction over 20 years ago as a carpenter’s helper. Working his way up the ranks Tim has held a variety of positions: project engineer, superintendent, project manager, chief estimator, project director, and director of business operations. His experience includes all aspects of construction operations and lifecycle project management. Working in the Design/Build arena for the past decade, Tim has executed projects in a variety of markets: residential, retail, restaurant, general commercial, entertainment, industrial, chemical, petroleum, manufacturing, semiconductor, data center, cleanroom, laboratory, medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, nutraceutical, consumer products, food processing, warehouse, logistics, education, and municipal. The knowledge gained during this breath of experiences allows him to provide clients with unique solutions that fit their needs while maintaining budget sensitivity. Driven by the passion to make the world a better place, Tim has most recently excelled in the life science sector, where the opportunity to create facilities to heal the sick or cure the previously incurable invigorates him with purpose.
Tim calls Dallas, Texas home, where he lives with his wife, Samantha, and their two children, Claire and T3. Together they enjoy traveling, sporting events, entertaining family and friends, and exploring the outdoors with Ruby, the family dog.
Tim went to undergraduate and graduate school at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration with focus on Marketing and a Master of Business Administration with a focus on Corporate Finance.
Notable Clients: Lonza, Johnson and Johnson, Allergan, AveXis, AstraZeneca, Freshpet, Frito-Lay, PepsiCo, Rustoleum, DSM, L3 Communications, Texas Instruments, St. Jude Medical, Medtronic, Fort Worth ISD, Lowes, Kohls, Whole Foods.