These are the people who make it happen — the secret behind Tindall’s success. Whether you’re an architect, contractor, owner, or developer, these are the people you want on your team. Tindall is ready to stand by your side from the moment a project is born, all the way to the ribbon cutting ceremony and beyond.
William (Willy) Lowndes IV
William Lowndes, IV is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He is thrilled to be active in the family business. He has worked at Tindall since 1977.
Gregory Force, P.E., FPCI, FASCE
President & Chief Executive Officer
Greg Force joined Tindall Corporation in 1988. He was named CEO in 2018 after serving as President and COO for 14 years. Greg is a civil engineering graduate of Lehigh University and obtained his MBA from Georgia College & State University. He is a registered professional engineer in ten states and has held positions in engineering, sales, and project management. Before becoming a corporate member, Greg was the Vice President and General Manager of the Virginia Division. Greg has been actively involved in the Precast, Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) for over three decades, serving as Chairman of the Board in 2012, Chairman of Design Handbook Committee for the 7th Edition, Chairman of the Parking Structures Committee, and a member of the Technical Activities Council. Greg remains active on several technical committees, and he is presently the Chairman of Research and Development Council, as well as a member of the PCI Foundation Board of Trustees. He is a Fellow of PCI and ASCE and was named a Titan of the Industry by PCI in 2014. Greg was the recipient of the Mario J. Bertolini Leadership & Innovation Award in 2018.
Cheryl received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting at East Tennessee State University and then an MBA from Clemson University. She started at Tindall Corporation in 1990 as a controller before being promoted to Vice President and CFO. Her duties include oversight of finance, accounting, and information technology. She is the 2017 Chair of the South Carolina Association of CPA’s and has also served on numerous boards and civic groups—including the Hope Center for Children and the ETSU Foundation.