Tim Spencer

Tim Spencer

Site Superintendent

207-876-3798 Office
207-717-0980 Cell

Tim grew up in Pittsfield Maine and became a graduate of Maine Central Institute in 1994. He spent the next 6 years in the manufacturing industry and quickly moved into commercial construction. Tim payed close attention, working with all trades in the industry. After a short time in commercial construction, he decided to expand his carpentry skills and moved into residential construction where he quickly became a very skilled carpenter. After a couple of years Tim decided it was time to get back into commercial construction and begin his move to become a construction superintendent. He has been involved with a wide range of projects from interior renovations to multi-million- dollar structures.

Projects include
Hartland Middle School, Katahdin Hall at Eastern Maine Community College, Lincolnville Central School, Dover-Foxcroft fire department renovation, Womancare Aegis Facility, Mayo Regional Hospital entry renovation, KVHC renovation/addition in Brownville, Dennis Paper expansion project, Kobe restaurant expansion, Mid Mall façade renovation, numerous renovations for Bangor Savings Bank, and RH Foster

These are some projects Tim has also been involved with:

Warehouse 14 at Camp Keyes in Augusta:
This was a very unique structural steel install. The existing building was a wood frame/masonry structure in need of a structural steel frame to help support more modern modifications. This was a 3-phase project that went very smooth. Everyone involved worked very well as a team to complete this project on time. One thing that makes this project special to Tim is he received 2 certificates of appreciation from our nations military. One for running one of the safest projects at Camp Keyes with no issues. The other came from one of the drill instructors in appreciation of letting them use an area inside the building during renovations to perform their weekend drills during one of the coldest winters we had seen in recent times. This is a great example of how Tim always keeps the customer in mind and is always willing to help any way he can.

Socatean Cliff House Moosehead Lake:
The Socatean Cliff House project was a once in a lifetime project that was recently published in Maine Home and Design. Tim spent almost 2 years on this project performing tasks with his crew from concrete to high end finish carpentry. He worked closely with design teams, electrical and mechanical contractors, as well as millwork specialists to help complete various aspects of this impressive 13000 square foot home. This home was built on a commercial/industrial scale with some of the most state of the art electrical, mechanical, and fire suppression systems in the industry, all of which had to be incorporated into this home.

Piscataquis County Courthouse:
The Piscataquis County Courthouse project was approximately a $4 million-dollar addition/renovation. This was a very challenging phased project that took very precise coordination between subs, state judicial, and county officials to meet required completion dates, all while keeping county operations up and running.

Bangor Public Library roof renovation:
The Bangor Public Library was a historic renovation that had many challenges. Tim and his crew help rebuild the historic glass rotunda by replacing all the rotted wood in the structure. They also gave the inside structure a modern clean look. Much of the roof structure was in-need of upgrades. Integrated gutters were re-framed and roof lines were modified to accommodate new modern gutter systems.

New Greenway Equipment:
The former Maine Trailer building was completely gutted and remodeled into a new modern service, parts, sales, and showroom area. This was a very exciting design build project that went very smooth and was finished on time for the owners to start off their new season. Tim worked with the owners to provide them with a new home for their growing business.

RH Foster/Freshies:
Freshies on High St in Ellsworth is one of the sharpest looking convenience stores around. Convenience stores are always challenging due to the short time-frame to get the stores opened back up for business. With the foundation in place, Tim and his crew finished the store and had it open to the public in 96 days while new tanks, canopy, pumps, and site work was being completed. The most challenging part of this whole project was coordinating subs on a very small site, while keeping congestion to a minimum. This was key to getting this project done quickly for the owner. This was also a brand-new designed C- STORE. Tim has always been focused on providing a quality and safe project for the customer while staying on schedule