Westerheide Construction oversees many projects in 2015


For the Sidney Daily News



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SIDNEY — “Continuing to focus our company’s resources on the industrial and commercial sector, Westerheide Construction had record breaking sales in 2015,” said President Jay Westerheide. “Even though the market place was extremely competitive, the company was able to maintain sufficient margins on the projects undertaken to end the year with a modest profit.

His report continues:

Some of the customers served in 2015 include: Emerson Climate Technologies, First Presbyterian Church in Sidney, Airstream, High Grounds Café, The City of Van Wert Courthouse Renovation, Shelby County CourthouseRenovation, Raise the Roof for the Arts Historical Sidney Theatre and The City of Tipp City with a new Electric Utility Center.

Westerheide Construction is also very excited to have been chosen as winner of American Buildings Company’s Excellence in Design 2015 competition in the Manufacturing/Industrial Division for our work on the Ohio Energy Advanced Manufacturing Center in Lima, Ohio.

Westerheide Construction is a family owned company. I am the current president, and I represent the third generation of family ownership. In April 2012, I became the owner and president of the company, taking over leadership from my father Tom, who remains an active part of the company’s day to day operations as CFO.

Westerheide Construction is also excited to have promoted Tony Kemper from supervisor to project manager. Tony will be overseeing operations and the field personnel. This support will help the company better serve our existing customers and allow it to pursue future business development and continued growth.

Westerheide Construction looks to continue its growth in commercial, industrial, institutional and government work as well as maintaining its reputation as a premier residential contractor. WCC anticipates the upcoming year to be much like the past few years. Work will be scarce and the competition fierce, but with the ability to bid all types of construction projects, Westerheide Construction is optimistic that it can remain a stable company with modest growth.

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For the Sidney Daily News