History & Qualifications
TCC Multi-Family Interiors represents the combination of two esteemed companies that merged in 2012 to form one formidable organization . Founded in 1996, Texas Contract Carpet serviced multi-family builders throughout the United States since the company’s inception. With an emphasis on building relationships with its customers, vendors and installers, the company experienced growth year after year for well over a decade. In 1998, BSI Building Products and Services was founded on the same principles as Texas Contract Carpet. In much the same way, BSI serviced customers throughout the nation, focusing on relationships. With its diverse product line and concentration on apartment construction, the company was a natural fit with Texas Contract Carpet. The executives of both companies were longtime friends and shared the same Christian values. So, in early 2012 the two companies merged—with the spin-off of BSI from Masco (its fortune 200 parent company) and the union of the two organizations.
Subsequent to the merger, the company’s name was changed to TCC Multi-Family Interiors. Soon thereafter, the company moved into a much larger facility to accommodate its growth in product diversity, personnel and geographic reach. TCC’s geographical footprint now extends to over 35 states, with its primary product lines being flooring, tile, granite and other natural stone countertops.
In 2015, Perry Hardwick, Founder of Texas Contract Carpet, graciously decided to transition to Chairman of the Board of Directors and Travis Hardwick accepted the position of Chief Executive Officer. In 2016 Norman Bowman was appointed by the Board of Directors to the position of Chief Operating Officer.
TCC has completed over 300,000 units on over 2,200 projects throughout the United States. We continue to work nationwide on every type of multi-family development: Class A, Conventional/Garden-style, High-Density (Podium, Garage Wrap, Mid-rise), Military Housing, Student/Collegiate Housing (On and Off Campus), Senior Living (Independent, Assisted, Memory Care and Nursing), and Affordable Housing (HUD, Davis-Bacon, Prevailing Wage). With decades of experience and one of the most talented staffs in the country, TCC is confident that it will continue to be a premier subcontractor in the new construction multi-family industry for years to come.