Kenneth E. Tucker

  President


Areas of Expertise:

Commercial Design/Build
Custom Residential Design/Build
Land & Site Planning
Estimating & Budgeting

Mold Remediation & Inspections
Pre-engineered Metal Buildings
Zoning and International Codes



30+ years custom residential construction experience

25+ years commercial construction experience

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Kenneth began his career in construction over 30 years ago working for his father's residential construction company. His passion for quality construction resulted in establishing his first company, Kenneth Tucker Builders, in 1984. Dedication to excellence quickly expanded his company's capabilities from residential to commercial resulting in the full-service commercial general contracting firm that exists today. His company continued to grow into a team comprised of dedicated professionals serving customers across the country. Kenneth changed his company's name to Denver Construction Company, knowing his employees shared the same passion in which he established his company nearly three decades ago.

    As President of DCC, Kenneth has leveraged his leadership skills overseeing a management team that has successfully expanded the company's commercial construction capabilities nationwide. A certified mold remediation inspector for both residential and commercial properties, Kenneth continues to provide his extensive commercial and residential construction expertise on numerous projects. He also is president and owner of Norman Plantation, a real estate development company incorporated in 1996.

   A past president of Lincoln County Home Builders Association in North Carolina and Director on the Board of First Federal Savings Bank, Kenneth has made being active within his industry and community an ongoing commitment to giving back and making a difference. In addition to serving on numerous business board of directors and county-appointed boards, he is also involved with the Oasis Temple Shrine, a Trustee for Friendly Chapel Baptist Church, and a Mason, Southern Jurisdiction. On a national level, Kenneth is a member of the International Code Council and the National Federation of Independent Businesses.