Originally from a small town in Iowa, Andy Todtz (on right in picture with co-owner Chris Ronnebaum) was visiting his college roommate in Baltimore when he realized how much remodeling work there was to be done in the city.
He quit his job and moved the next day. It was a rash decision, but one that has paid off for Todtz — and for Baltimore. Hawkeye Construction, which does about 80% commercial remodeling, and 20% multi-family housing construction.
Hawkeye recently moved into a 16,000-square-foot office and warehouse where it houses all of its vehicles and materials.
Todtz has also stepped up his company’s green efforts, instituting recycling programs in the office and on the jobsite, including special Dumpsters for recyclable steel.
The company employs over 40 skilled tradesmen and laborers. Hawkeye Construction continues to grow year after year.