Press Release: T.V. John & Son, Inc. is now Symbiont Construction

By | 2018-06-18

Butler, WI, June 18th, 2018 – T.V. John & Son, Inc., a national leader in energy, retail, and senior living construction, announced this week that after three years of successful working relationship with Symbiont, it is changing its name to Symbiont Construction.  The name change goes into effect on June 18.

“The new name – Symbiont Construction – highlights our commitment to working alongside engineers and scientists to offer alternative project delivery solutions that drive growth in communities and businesses,” said Timothy P. Nelson, President of Symbiont Construction.  “Be it a new ground up structure, renovation, or expansion, we understand what great cities are made of and can be.”

For more than 60 years, T.V. John & Son, Inc. has provided construction services across the nation.   It brought over 75 renewable energy systems to life, providing clean energy in over 31 states.   In 2015, to enable the company to seamlessly execute large scale design-build projects in a variety of sectors, it was acquired by Symbiont.

Now, under its new name, Symbiont Construction continues to employ smart design principles which preserve natural ecologies and add unique touches to local communities across the nation.

About Symbiont Science, Engineering, and Construction

Symbiont is a nationally recognized full-service engineering, construction, and design-build firm. For over 30 years, we have supported manufacturing, municipal, energy, and retail clients in executing large scale waste-to-energy projects, process, infrastructure planning (GIS), wastewater, environmental, and construction solutions.  Our mechanical, civil, structural, electrical, controls, plumbing, HVAC, and construction specialists work hand in hand to offer solutions that advance society and support pioneers in bringing inventive products to our world.

To find out more, visit their new website at www.symbiontconstruct.com or their LinkedIn page at www.linkedin.com/company/symbiont.