A strong work ethic usually begins at an early age. For Tim Wilson, that began when he started excavating swimming pools for his father at the age of 17. There was a downturn in business during the 1990's and Tim went to work for a demolition company where within 6 months, he was promoted to superintendent and began overseeing high profile demolition projects throughout Sothern California. In 1996, he decided to take the leap and started Tim's Tractor Service - a civil general engineering construction company with one employee. In 2003, Tim expanded and became the CEO of Qwest Engineering. In 2007, with the downturn in the economy, he decided to leave Qwest to start TTS Engineering. In 2013, TTS bought out another civil engineering company Westcoast Backhoe and DB Equipment, a construction equipment company. Outside of work Tim enjoys spending time in the desert with his family, deep sea fishing, and fast cars.