Steve Tovey and Randy Shultz founded Tovey/Shultz Construction, Inc. in 1988. Steve and Randy brought over 30 years of hands-on commercial and industrial construction experience to the company, growing it into a well-established and trusted entity in the communities it serves.
In 2014, long-time employees Ed Deleeuw and Kevin Terry were able to take over ownership of Tovey/Shultz. In the short time since then, the business has continued to grow due to the high standards of quality and integrity set forth by its founders. Because of their years of experience in all aspects of construction, from project supervision, management, and estimating positions, Ed and Kevin bring a builder mentality to the company rather than merely that of construction management. This allows us to better assist you in evaluating costs – whether it be with different types of construction, constructability issues, suggesting different types of materials for the look you desire, or saving you time by knowing the most efficient construction methods. Our goal is to help you achieve your goal in the most cost-efficient and seamless way possible.
We have always believed that the best compliment to any business is repeat business. We pride ourselves in being a valued team member and putting the needs of the client first.
Thank you for considering Tovey/Shultz Construction, Inc. for your next project.
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Chief of Construction Operations
Ed joined Tovey/Shultz in 1995 as a Superintendent. Ed specializes in commercial kitchen construction and projects in higher education. In his 20+ years with TS, he has managed many successful projects, including The Claremont Colleges, University of Redlands, Harvest Christian Fellowship, Cal Baptist University and more. In addition to these, he has constructed several OSHPD projects. Ed prides himself on having experience in a variety of contracting positions, enabling him to train employees and advise customers on projects.
Chief Executive Officer
Kevin has served in the construction industry since 1977, joining Tovey/Shultz in 1998. Over the course of his career, he has managed over $200,000,000 in projects. Serving as the CEO of the company, Kevin continues to oversee multimillion-dollar projects from conception to completion with a hands-on team environment, setting the standard in “Building Higher Expectations.”
Projects he has overseen include the following: Scripps College for Women and Anaheim Orange and Lemon Association Packing House, both listed on the National Register of Historic Places; the University of LaVerne Arts and Communication Center and Pomona Colleges Bridges Hall of Music, both honored by the Pasadena and Foothill Chapter of the American Institute of Architects; and the San Jacinto Animal Shelter, awarded the Merit award for Public/Civic Design by the Concrete and Masonry Association. Kevin was also honored with the 2014 Builder of the Year Award from the Bell Tower Society of California Baptist University.