Miron Construction’s Tim Andrew recognized by Wausau Daily Herald’s 20 Under Forty
Tim Andrew, vice president of northern operations for Miron Construction Co. Inc., was recently chosen for Wausau Daily Herald’s 20 Under Forty program. Each year, Wausau Daily Herald selects 20 people within the community who make exceptional contributions to their workplace and community.
Andrew was nominated by Miron Construction based on his leadership in construction management, 19 years of experience, continual mentoring of younger project managers and contributions to the revitalization of the Wausau community. Andrew manages and leads Miron Construction’s largest regional office, located in Wausau, and is also involved in pre-construction, business development and overall management of the Wausau office.
“Tim plays a significant role in the growth of Miron Construction,” said David G. Voss Jr., president and CEO of Miron. “He has mentored multiple Miron team members and we are a stronger company because of the knowledge he shares with those around him, from both a personal and professional perspective. Tim’s communication skills and passion for forming strong relationships with our clients often results in repeat business.”
Andrew also dedicates time to the Wausau community. He is currently a board member of the Wausau Rotary, sits on the facilities committee of the Boys & Girls Club of the Wausau Area, coaches Everest Youth Baseball, Fast Pitch Softball and Youth Football and volunteers for the Cub Scouts. In addition, Andrew supports the Women’s Community Center, United Way, and Community Gardens.
“When Tim Andrew moved to Wausau in 2014 as vice president of northern operations, he quickly established himself as an exceptional leader on multiple fronts, including accessibility, community engagement, as a great role model at home and work, and in the generosity of his time and personal resources,” said Brian Stezenski-Williams, executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of the Wausau Area. “Tim has empowered his staff to propose and pursue community projects, such as reading to elementary students, preparing the Bridge Community Health Clinic Gardens for planting and so much more.”
Andrew was recognized along with 19 other leaders within the community during a special awards event in November.
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