S.C. Swiderski Promotes Tim Koch to Construction Manager

Mosinee, WI - S.C. Swiderski, LLC, a construction and real estate investment company, announced the promotion of Tim Koch to Construction Manager. In his new role, Tim will oversee the Construction Department personnel including project managers, site superintendents, field staff and the Excavation Department. He is also responsible for planning and managing project development and administering the company’s safety plan.

Tim has over 24 years of experience in construction. He previously owned and operated a residential construction company for 15 years.  Tim joined S.C. Swiderski in 2013 as a Site Superintendent for the Construction Division. He was promoted to Project Manager in 2016. He successfully managed several multifamily development projects for S.C. Swiderski including Countryside Estates, River Trail Estates and the recently completed Mill Street Estates and Woodland Estates.  

“I am excited about the direction of the company, our new projects and the growing department. I look forward to developing the team and department and contributing to the success of the company,” explained Tim. 

Fay Harder, Director of Operations, said, “S.C. Swiderski continues to grow and expand our construction capabilities and real estate portfolio. With increasingly larger and more diverse projects, we are happy to have Tim Koch in this key leadership position. He has proven to be an effective manager on our projects and has the capacity to strategically move the department forward.” 

S.C Swiderski Construction is currently working on projects in Kronenwetter, Rice Lake and Wausau. The company recently completed construction on Mill Street Estates in Eagle River, Prosser Place Estates in Antigo and Woodland Estates in Wisconsin Rapids adding several  hundred new apartment homes to their real estate portfolio. Multiple sites throughout the state are in the planning or pre-development phase for multifamily and residential construction as well as recreational and waterfront land development.   

Jay Trowbridge Joins S.C. Swiderski as Excavation Manager

Mosinee, WI - S.C. Swiderski, LLC, a construction and real estate investment company, announced the addition of Jay Trowbridge as Manager of their expanded Excavation Department. Jay will lead this growing department of the Construction Division and oversee work on both S.C. Swiderski developments and outside projects.

Jay has twenty years of experience in excavation, equipment operation and site utilities. He worked as a Project Manager for a trucking and excavating company and as co-owner of his family’s business. Jay has comprehensive experience in estimating, project coordination, utility design and installation. He is a licensed Wisconsin utility contractor

Director of Operations, Fay Harder said, “We are pleased to have Jay and his added expertise in this growing area of our business. The expansion of this department allows us to continue increasing our capabilities and respond to the demand for multifamily housing with new projects.” 

The Excavation Department is currently performing site work on Phase II of Moon Lake Estates in Rice Lake which will have 100 new apartment homes in seven buildings. A groundbreaking ceremony for this site is planned for May 11, 2017 with the Rice Lake Area Chamber of Commerce.

S.C Swiderski Construction is also working on projects in Kronenwetter and Wausau. The company recently completed construction on Mill Street Estates in Eagle River, Prosser Place Estates in Antigo and Woodland Estates in Wisconsin Rapids for a total of two hundred new apartment homes. Multiple sites throughout the state are in the planning or pre-development phase for multifamily and residential construction as well as recreational and waterfront land development.   

S.C. Swiderski Completes Woodland Estates

Mosinee, WI – S.C. Swiderski, LLC, a construction and real estate investment company, has completed the fourth and final building at Woodland Estates in Wisconsin Rapids. The 12 unit apartment building opened for tenants on April 1st.

Woodland Estates is located across from Mid-State Technical College on 32nd Street. It has 56 units in four two story buildings with detached garages; the wooded setting is quiet with ample green space. The apartment homes are one, two and three bedroom units ranging from 686 to 1105 square feet. The site offers private entrances, patios or balcony, a walk-in pantry and furnished appliances which include a full size washer and dryer. Each apartment includes a one stall garage with additional stall available for a monthly fee.

SCS Construction designed and built the project. Project Manager on the site was Tim Koch. Shaun Izdepski and Becky Hensel served as Project Coordinators; Site Superintendents were Scott Ristow and Sarah Fischer-Utecht.  “Woodland Estates was a wonderful project to be involved with. The City of Wisconsin Rapids, subcontractors and suppliers were fantastic and all contributed to help this project rum smoothly and on schedule,” said Becky Hensel. Tim Koch added, “I commend Sarah, Scott and the entire construction crew for completing the project to our high standards. The cleaning team was meticulous and had the buildings in great condition for our new tenants.”

S.C. Swiderski will retain ownership of the site and its Property Management Division will manage the property. Sandra Hanson, Leasing Site Manager at Woodland Estates said, “This is our fourth site in Wisconsin Rapids; we enjoy serving the housing needs of the community and are happy to provide a range of apartment styles. The Chamber of Commerce has been a beneficial partner in developing and assisting with the marketing of our new site.”  

S.C. Swiderski builds, owns and manages apartment sites throughout the state. In addition to Woodland Estates, construction was recently completed on Prosser Place Estates in Antigo and Mill Street Estates in Eagle River. The company is currently building apartment homes in Wausau and Rice Lake. Several other sites throughout the state are in development and planning.