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Jon Moore

Support Carpenter

Alt Job Title: “The Track Star”

“I value that TDS is in touch with building science and that many years of experience and research are put into the materials we use. It feels good knowing the products we use and the processes we use to construct those materials, create better spaces for years to come—and they look great.”

Though Jon joined TDS in 2023 after completing college coursework, he considers education to be a life-long pursuit. Jon has earned a bachelor’s degree as well as a commission as an officer in the Wisconsin Army National Guard. Through the army, he gained experience of traveling stateside and overseas, as well as the teamwork, communication, and organizational skills he’s utilized throughout his years in construction.

Jon’s wisdom is equally informed by his reflective nature, as he seeks to gain insights and means of improvement. He recognizes the value of mindfulness, both personally and in his peers and coworkers, and enjoys teaching others as much as being taught.

When he grants himself some free time, Jon enjoys spending time with his wife and his dog, being in nature, traveling, trying new foods, and watching live music.

What do you do that gives you a sense of pride?

Knowing that, at the end of the day, I have made a contribution to improving spaces and people’s lives.

Based on the previous question, why do you like to do what you listed?

There are many careers out there where seeing hard work pay off is less noticeable. Here at TDS, it is very evident, and I am happy to be a part of it. 

Favorite tool (power tool or otherwise)?

The cordless track saw. No doubt.