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Project management is the name of the game for Timothy Potthoff.
He’s been a project manager for Nabholz Construction Corp. the last two years, but five years in all – and a superintendent of construction since 2011.
At Nabholz, Potthoff has managed a resort project, banking infills and school jobs. With his experience, Potthoff lends a hand to Nabholz’s next crop of project managers through its Project Fast Start Program. He’s a spring 2019 graduate and now serves on the program committee.
“I am able to help mentor and train new employees throughout the company to help advance their careers,” Potthoff says.
He’s also earned accreditation from the American Institute of Constructors and the American Society of Health Care Engineering. Next up, he’d like to become an Occupational Safety and Health Administration trainer for Nabholz.
What was your first job? Corn detasseling. Walking through the cornfields and pulling off the top of the corn stalks.
What is your proudest moment? Marrying my wife. She is the one that has kept me in line and has been my biggest advocate and supporter for everything I do.
What’s your most treasured possession? I own a 1997 Ford F-250 that I have had for almost 17 years.
What is your favorite hobby? My favorite pastime is camping. It’s a great way to get the kids outdoors and meet people from all over the country. My favorite hobby is riding four-wheelers. Recently my son Jacob has started riding, as well.
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