Steve Shehorn

Executive Vice President


Anderson University
Master of Business Administration

Purdue University
Bachelor of Science – School of Construction Management

Illinois Central College
Associate of Applied Science – Architecture Construction Technology


Past President of the NACDB (National Association of Church Design Builders)


NACDB Certified Church Consultant

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) State Board of Directors


As Executive Vice President, it is Steve’s responsibility to ensure that the T&W project management team is serving every client at the highest level. Throughout the T&W process, Steve believes in consistent and accurate communication, budgeting and bidding culminates into a completed project that exceeds client expectations every time.

Steve Shehorn received an Associate Degree in Architectural Technology at Illinois Central College in East Peoria, Illinois before transferring to Indianapolis. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Purdue University School of Engineering IUPUI Campus, graduating in 1984.

In May of 1988, Steve came to work for T&W as an estimator. He worked his way up in the company for over sixteen years, finally securing his currently held position of Vice President and Principle at T&W. Steve has also served on T&W’s Board of Directors since 1998 and currently provides administrative management of Operations.

Steve has always been active in his church, focusing strongly on men’s ministry. He has served on the Indiana district Honor Bound Men’s Ministry Cabinet for the Assemblies of God as well as an area director for “Light for The Lost”, an evangelical literature arm of the Assemblies of God. Steve also has a heart for missions and has served multiple terms as an Elder. As an active member of the NACDB and being a Certified Church Consultant (CCC) as well as a LEED AP, Steve has helped to provide T & W with its Leadership in serving the Church Design/Build market.

Steve and his wife, Teri, reside in Bargersville and have three children, Ryan, Becky and Callie. Their son Ryan proudly served with the Army’s 101st Airborne Infantry unit at Ft. Campbell, KY.