Herbert U. Tuttle
1928 - 1968
Thomas F. Tuttle
1968 - 1991
Clyde R. Rauch
1991 - 2014
Paul S. Crow
2014 - Present
“No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself, or to get all the credit for doing it.”
– Andrew Carnegie
In 2014, Paul S. Crow assumed the role of President/CEO of Tuttle Services, the parent company of Tuttle Construction and sister company, Touchstone CPM. In addition to his leadership role for Tuttle Services, he is actively involved with The Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America and was the 2013 AGC of Ohio President. Crow is active in a number of local civic organizations and is a native of Lima, OH where he graduated from Perry High School and Apollo Career Center. He further pursued his education by attending Bowling Green State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Technology.
Paul S. Crow - President/CEO
Each day, Tuttle Construction represents hundreds of families that depend on the safe return home of their loved ones. We take this responsibility very seriously. “Safety’s Not Just About Me” work safe initiative conveys our unwavering commitment to worker safety and reminds each of us how many people depend on us to work safe and be safe – each and every day.
Weekly “Tool Box” safety talks are held at each week on every construction site to reinforce specific job site safety precautions and share safety performance updates. Tuttle is proud of their commitment to working safe and our is demonstrated through our award winning safety history. The proof is in the numbers… View our Safety Data History
JOIN OUR TEAM
Since 1928, we have benefited from the skills and commitment of exceptional people to provide outstanding solutions for our clients. If you’re interested in joining our team of professionals, view our open positions below. If there are not any positions listed, please check back often for updates.
To apply, please submit your letter of introduction and resume here.
If you are seeking a skilled trade position, Tuttle secures skilled trade personnel from the area Building Trades Craft Unions who offer apprenticeship programs that prepare women and men for careers in construction. Completing a skilled trade apprenticeship program offers combined paid employment in actual construction with classroom study. Journey level workers - that is, graduates from apprenticeship programs can work from union hiring halls anywhere in the United States. To learn more about area building trade craft unions, click on the links below:
Tuttle is an Equal Opportunity Employer
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
Jordan Schroeder, Dana Incorporated, Manufacturing Engineer
"The one thing I liked the most in working with Tuttle was how well timelines are communicated. Tuttle’s superintendents were holding me to my timelines more than I was holding them to it! It was a massive help for the large project."
Michael Crisler, P.E.,
Linde Engineer North America, Inc.,
"The Tuttle Team was very helpful and always presented a “how can we achieve our goals” attitude."
John Goettemoeller, Honda of America, Inc.,
"Our Tuttle on site superintendent is doing an outstanding job of completing quality work, scheduling and communication to others."
Lonnie Ritter, Toledo Zoo,
"I personally would seek out Tuttle Construction to work with on any project."