WE MAKE IT HAPPEN.
WITH EXPERIENCE AND CONVICTION
Our mission is to provide top-tier resources for your project.
Our experience provides strength, coverage and capability.
Our conviction provides personalized care and attention.
We are a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), based in Wisconsin, but servicing the entire country. Founded in 2013 as TLL, we grew and rebranded to TLL Solutions in 2019 to align with our expanding capabilities.
We provide you with extensive experience in lighting, electrical, HVAC and generator solution sets through specification, design, distribution, installation, project management and rebate administration. We have installation experience across a wide spectrum of project types and sizes, from a simple LED retrofit to an electrical line drop to complete electrical gear replacement to full generator replacements. In addition, we have the ability to package any and all of these services, on-demand, for our customers.
We use a combination of self-performing and sub-contracted labor through our pool of over 3500 labor partners across the country so we can scale with your project size across the nation!
We look forward to bringing our high level of service to your company!
“Without Dan’s exhaustive efforts and his passion to meet our lighting needs in the most responsible, aesthetic and energy conscious manner our stores would not look the way they do and I would argue we have the best looking stores in the Albertsons/Safeway fleet. I can personally tell you that I view Dan as a lighting expert on all facets: design, specification, installation, maintenance and energy savings. He is the most knowledgeable lighting person I have ever worked with. If I had a lighting issue or project and only one person I could choose to solve it, that person would be Dan Lawrence!”
Bob Reorda, VP Sales Support, Albertsons/Safeway
Building Material Solutions
We supply various major brands of Lighting, Electrical, HVAC and Generator product lines. We support both material only orders and materials as part of turn-key installations.
We have a number of self-performing crews across the country as well as a large network of labor partners to support projects of any size and scope.
Project Management, Energy Audits and Assessments, Energy Rebate Administration, Lighting Design & Specification, Energy Metering Solutions, Capital Funding for Energy Savings Projects and Energy Pricing in de-regulated markets
Safeway Interior Lighting Retrofits
Galaxie High Rise Madison, WI
Costco Exterior LED Retrofits
2019 - Current
Home Depot Interior Lighting retrofits
2019 - Current
Lowe’s Interior/Exterior Lighting retrofits
2019 - Current
Burlington Stores Exterior Lighting Retrofits
2017 - Current
Burlington Stores DC 512 Exterior Lighting Addition
Hanger, Inc Interior Lighting Retrofits
2018 - Current
Hanger, Inc New Construction
2019 - Current
DARCARS Interior & Exterior LED retrofits at 25 locations on the East Coast
Target 2000A Main Electrical Switch Replacement
SERVICE DISABLED VETERAN OWNED SMALL BUSINESS
Get to know our Veterans:
Dan Lawrence Enlisted in the United States Air Force on 15 June 1993 out of Orfordville, Wisconsin. After completing Basic Training at Lackland AFB, TX, he served as an Airborne Radar Technician on the E-3B/C AWACS while stationed at Tinker AFB, OK. In 1995, he attended the Air Force Academy Preparatory School (C-Squad) before starting his Academy career as a member of Cadet Squadron 02 (Delta Tau Deuce). He graduated in 2000 from Cadet Squadron 22 (High Flying Raptors).
2nd Lt. Lawrence went through UPT at Laughlin AFB, TX in October of 2000 where he graduated #1 in his class and selected Helicopters for his next track of training. After graduating pilot training at Ft. Rucker, AL in December of 2001, he went to Kirtland AFB, NM and was trained in the HH-60G Pavehawk, with a follow-on assignment to Nellis AFB, NV.
Captain Lawrence served in the 66th Rescue Squadron from October 2002 until May 2005, with two tours in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom where his crew earned the Air Medal with Valor for a 13.9 hour rescue mission in Afghanistan.
In June of 2005 Lawrence moved to the Air Force Reserves and served at the USAFA Prep School running Basic Training, teaching and Course Directing life skills and character development class called “Pre-flight” where he was selected as top Pre-flight Instructor.
In November 2006 he attended Squadron Officer School at Maxwell AFB, AL and graduated #1 in a class of over 500 Company Grade Officers (CGOs), receiving the Commander’s Leadership Award. Additionally, in 2006, he was awarded USAFA’s CGO Reservist of the Year and Colorado’s CGO Reservist of the Year.
In 2007 Lawrence was hired by Lockheed Martin to lead the Theater Battle Management Control Systems Training section.
In May of 2008 he married the love of his life, a civilian USAFA Prep School instructor Misa Terahira.
He was honorably discharged from the Air Force in July of 2008.
In 2009 he left Lockheed Martin to pursue business opportunities in the private sector where he led a national lighting and electrical contractor from $11mil in sales in 2009 to over $46mil by 2016. In 2014 he started TLL, LLC with his family and in 2017 he went to work full time as President/Owner of TLL, LLC dba TLL Solutions.
Lieutenant Colonel Koh Terahira has served his nation as an active duty Marine for 28 years and is preparing to transition into the private sector through TLL Solutions in the near-future.
He started off in the enlisted ranks as a fiber-optic cable splicer and electronics technician and achieved the rank of Staff Sergeant when he attended the University of Colorado and transitioned to the officer corps.
As an officer, his primary assignments have focused in the infantry and intelligence communities where he deployed for over seven years of his career to designated combat zones.
His other qualifications include: Regional Area Officer, and Foreign Security Force Advisor. He is conversational in the languages of Dari, Pashto, and Japanese.
His military training and education is highlighted by the Master’s degree he received from the National Defense University where he was recognized as a Distinguished Graduate and Honors Thesis awardee.