Rescom founders sell company

Rescom worked on Fluor's on-campus and off-campus facilities. Photo provided

After 30 years of operation in the Upstate, Rescom Construction is now under new management.

The founders of the specialty contractor company, which employees 25 people and deals primarily in commercial renovation and tenant up-fits, made the sale last week to three of its project managers.

In a statement, company founders Tim Justice, who served as CEO, and Joe McLaughlin, who served as COO, said that buyers Randy Moore, Jimmy Giorgi and Tyler McKee took over all company operations as of Nov. 7.

“It is time for the next generation to take what we built and nurtured and launch the company to its next level,” the former owners said in a joint statement. “Who better to contribute to our vision for the company and our commitment to the community than trusted Rescom leadership who understand our product, our employees, our clients, our culture and the reputation we’ve earned over the years?”

Both founders said they will remain available to aid the new owners during the transition process.

Since the company’s founding in 1989, Justice and McLaughlin have led Rescom through nearly 3,000 projects in the Upstate, including such notable projects as Fluor’s on-campus and off-campus facilities in the Greenville area, Johnson Development in Spartanburg, Jacobs Engineering and O’Neal Engineering.

Now Justice said he and McLaughlin are looking forward to taking a step back and watching things grow in the future.

“We are excited to see the next phase of Rescom’s growth,” Justice said, “and we trust the new owners to continue upon the legacy of excellence we’ve built.”

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