Our Story

Taylor brothers, D.W. and Joseph, moved to Durango in 2003 after growing up in the Texas Panhandle. Their love for the outdoors and the great state of Colorado brought them here and there have been no regrets. Outside of work, you can find them at a local fishing hole, skiing or hiking in the San Juans. Between both brothers, they have over 25 years of hands-on construction experience, starting at the bottom and making their way up in the ranks. 

Joseph’s first construction experience began as a job site laborer while attending Fort Lewis College in 2005. After earning his BBA degree in 2009, he moved to Austin, Texas where he managed and supervised over 200,000 square ft. of commercial remodeling.  Joseph specializes in all areas of project management which include budgeting, establishing job timelines and deadlines, business development and client relations. “I am really excited to be back in Durango. Though the growth is not nearly as dramatic as Austin, it’s nice to slow things down a bit. I was running and managing up to five jobs at once, all with short deadlines. I came back to Colorado to slow things down and live a more balanced lifestyle. Whether it's a remodel, new home or commercial project, I feel very confident that our work ethic will shape the future for T-Squared Industries."

DW specializes in custom finish carpentry and is a highly experienced field superintendent. His ability to ensure things are done correctly and to the plan is unmatched. D.W., also starting from the bottom, began his construction career in Pagosa Springs in 1998. He moved to Durango in 2004 and since then has worked with mulitple builders in the Four Corners region. “There are a lot of contractors here in the Four Corners, but unfortunately not a lot of them do it well. We feel like T-Squared Industries will bring something innovative into the general contracting market here in SW Colorado.” says D.W.

 

Joseph K. Taylor

 

DW Taylor

 

services include:

Renovations
New Construction
Fine Carpentry
Light Commercial