Tim was born and raised in the Baton Rouge area and is a graduate of Louisiana State University in Construction Management and Mass Communication. Following graduation from LSU, Tim moved to Chicago where he began his career in the construction field, specializing in building envelope, masonry/ concrete restoration, and new construction waterproofing. After Chicago, Tim and his wife Liz moved home to New Orleans, where Tim continued his career in exterior restoration and waterproofing. Tim has been involved with the restoration of many historical restorations of landmarks, such as the Chicago Field Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago and the New Orleans Criminal Court Building, to name a few. Tim has also been the lead on the restoration and waterproofing of stadiums including the LSU bowl waterproofing and South and West new expansions. Tim has managed the masonry and concrete restorations in a variety of buildings and new construction waterproofing for numerous building types. For the last five years, Tim has worked in the consulting field as a construction manager, concentrating on Federal grant programs.
Tim and his family recently moved from New Orleans to Mandeville, LA. He has participated in a number of activities with his children including baseball and basketball coaching and Cub Scout Den Leadership. Tim enjoys spending time with his wife and three sons Jack, Colin and Hudson, parents Marvin and Cheryl, his brother Mike and his family. Tim’s other interests include LSU sports, live music, fishing, and travel.