Propper® Construction Services works for Developers, Governments and Institutional buyers of construction services.
Propper International, a privately held company with revenues approximating $400 million annually in recent years, provides a backbone of capital and operational resources which enables Propper Construction Services to competitively pursue construction and real estate business opportunities nationally.
Propper International® makes tactical, law enforcement, public safety and military gear that works right, right when it’s supposed to. Whether you’re in the service, on the job or off for the weekend, Propper® gear keeps you moving, wherever the action is.
Propper® was founded in 1967 by William S. Propper, an entrepreneur with a passion for manufacturing. With hard work and a dedicated staff, Propper eventually landed its first government contract with the U.S. Navy, manufacturing caps known as "Dixie cups." As the years marched on, we grew our business – and our reputation for quality.
Today, from design to delivery, we're driven by good people making really good gear. It's a difference you can feel in every stitch, every seam and every pocket.
Propper® CONSTRUCTION LEADERSHIP
Tim Breece has more than 24 years of experience in the construction, renewable energy, and real estate development fields. Prior to Tim's involvement Propper Construction Services, he served both as operations executive and as co-owner of a large, privately held, design build general contracting company, ranked highly on ENR's list of top 100 contractors in the U.S.
Tim Breece has worked in nearly every market sector, including renewable energy development and construction (solar, wind, hydro, and waste to energy technologies). Tim Breece's construction and development experience includes large civil and site work projects, retail, multi-family residential, hospitality, industrial, office, and data center construction. In total, Tim has been directly responsible for overseeing design build construction, development, and EPC contracts, valued in excess of $1.2 billion.