About Us

A Fully-Integrated Approach to Development

TDK is a privately held three-generation development and construction company with headquarters in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. TDK builds and develops projects throughout the Southeast and Southwest. From pre-development planning to final certificate of occupancy, TDK delivers first class properties that are setting a new standard in the industry. With their properties offering an elevated lifestyle and offering amenities that outdo the rest of the market, TDK is positioned to excel in any type of environment.

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1959


Founded

TDK was originally founded in 1959 as Keach Construction Company in Robards, Kentucky by Dorris Keach. For the next 14 years, Keach Construction Company built more than one hundred schools and municipal buildings for federal, state, and local governments in western Kentucky and southern Indiana.

Keach Construction renamed TDK


Recognizing the role of both father and son

In 1973, Tim Keach returned to his father's company as a tradesman and supervisor. He worked his way up through the company before assuming the role of Chairman upon his father's retirement. For 25 years, Tim built more than 100 schools and municipal buildings for federal, state, and local governments. In 1983, Keach Construction Company was renamed TDK Construction to recognize the role both Dorris and Tim played in the day-to-day decision making.

Transforming the company


A focus on Student Housing

In 1999, TDK began to concentrate its efforts on building student Hosing and during the next several years, Tim transformed TDK into a multifamily construction company completing projects throughout the Southeast and Southwest.

Transforming from Construction to Development


Developing their own projects

In 2005, TDK developed some of its own projects and continued to do third party construction for other development companies.

Build and Hold


TDK provides quality management

In 2008, when other companies struggled to get projects financed during the housing recession, Tim Keach led TDK to a build and hold philosophy with the development projects that benefits the residents.