About TCS

As a result of its environmental foundation, TCS work flow gravitates toward public use projects, nature-based facilities and environmentally-sensitive construction projects. TCS operations greatly improve or have an overall positive impact on the public and the environment. In many cases, TCS is sought out to complete environmentally-sensitive projects that require a specific environmental skill set and understanding of natural science that traditional site contractors cannot deliver. The majority of TCS work is within these specific areas of construction:
  • Wetland habitat restoration (within fresh and saltwater wetlands)
  • Upland habitat restoration (within forested and herbaceous uplands)
  • Environmentally-sensitive lands management
  • Public parks and recreational facilities
  • Stormwater treatment facilities (alum)
  • Commercial pools, splash parks, bathhouse
  • Boardwalks/fishing piers/seawalls
  • Specialty type buildings/structures

In the News & Videos

  • June 2018 - Living Shoreline Solutions explains E.G. Simmons Shoreline Stabilization Project (watch video).
  • December 2009 - Gulf Coast Business Review; Cover Updates 2009 -”Not All Business Bad In 2009; Quiet Consulting”(read the article)
  • September 2009 - Sarasota Herald Tribune; Business Weekly – “A contract with nature”(read the article)
  • January 2009 - Gulf Coast Business Review - "Uncommon Harte"(download the pdf)
  • September 2008 - Sarasota Herald Tribune – “12 firms in area noted for growth”(read the article)
  • November 2005 - Bay Soundings - “Schultz Preserve Spices Up The Kitchen: A Cut Above The Rest”(read the article)