Tim Harmon founded Harmon Construction in 1987. He and his wife, Janet, moved to Kansas City from Seattle, WA in 1986 to build the General Motors Fairfax Assembly Plant. After settling here, he saw opportunity to start a company where integrity, respect and professionalism would set it apart in the construction arena. Under Tim’s leadership, Harmon has achieved that goal while setting a steady pace for controlled growth.
Harmon is a mid-sized Construction Management, Design-Build and General Contracting firm. Our qualified personnel, professionalism and experience have enabled us to become one of the most respected builders in the region.
We build Relationships Before Buildings and deliver on our promises. It’s a time-tested traditional approach to business that has served our clients, associates and shareholders well. Over 90% of the Harmon clients are either repeat business or referral. We are a well-capitalized company with a strong balance sheet, zero debt and a substantial Line of Credit. We have a very successful Safety Program that has allowed us a Mod Rating (EMR) of 0.74. We have never been to court in our 30+ year history. Our culture is to resolve conflicts early and expediently with all potential responsible parties. Furthermore, our mechanic lien processes offer protection to the owner, architect and other team members.
In May 2015, Harmon was selected as a Best Company to Work For by Ingrams Magazine. In 2014, Harmon was chosen as one of the Top 10 Small Businesses in the Greater Kansas City area by the Kansas City Chamber. Harmon is also a “Top 25 Commercial Contractor” in the Kansas City area per The Kansas City Star and KC Business Journal. We are one of the “50 Fastest Growing Companies in KC” per KC Business Journal and one of the “Top 150 Privately Owned Companies” in Kansas City. Last year, Harmon was ranked #5 for greatest revenue growth against the other Top 150 Private Companies in the area.
Our management team is comprised of solid performers who have a high degree of character and competency. All Project Managers / Estimators are from construction management, construction engineering or architecture/engineering schools.