As veterans, brothers and Texans, we started Vosburg Welsh for many reasons, but here are the three you should know. First, we aim to contribute to the development of our country, and our home state, by supporting the construction projects bringing us into the future. Second, we're motivated to establish a profitable, family-owned venture. Finally, we want to do work that allows us to be outside and working with our hands.
Matthew Welsh began his career as a subcontractor; locating, installing and servicing water and wastewater utilities for large commercial construction projects in Washington, D.C. After earning his degree from Texas A&M University and before joining the Marine Corps as an Infantry Officer, he worked on several large-scale Texas highway improvement projects as a Utility Coordination and Adjustment specialist.
John Welsh has worked in the underground utility market for over 10 years. During this time, he has provided full Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) services across a wide range of projects - to include wind farm construction in West Texas and state infrastructure projects in Houston. It’s not the same as his time spent flying an F-16s for the U.S. Air Force, but it definitely beats a cubicle.
Vosburg Welsh is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Business. We believe that our experience within the engineering and construction industries - combined with careers as Air Force & Marine Corps officers - gives us an unmatched skill set. Integrity, accountability, discipline and attention to detail are not only important - they are instrumental to our everyday operations. We look forward to working with you.