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About Us

Our History


The evolution of TCA Group

The first bridge Greg Benjamin and Keevin Stanhope worked on together was the Martinsdale Bridge, which was constructed for Fish Wildlife and Parks in 1998. This bridge is located on Martinsdale Lake Road about ¼ mile east of the Town of Martinsdale, Montana. The bridge crosses an irrigation canal that supplies water to the Martinsdale Reservoir. At this time Keevin was working for Tracey Cowdrey and Associates and Greg Benjamin was working for Stahly Engineering & Associates. TCA, Inc. has been bidding and constructing bridges designed by Stahly Engineering & Associates on a regular basis ever since.


Combining the construction services of TCA Group with the design services of Stahly Engineering & Associates provides our clients and industry with quality, efficient and sustainable services that provide value for years to come.


Building positive relationships by delivering quality services is the key to our success. Personal involvement from owners and project managers in individual projects performed and the communities we serve strengthens our commitment to our clients’ goals.


Stahly Engineering has completed design and construction administration on over 50 bridges in the last 10 years. Our bridge team has become a valuable asset to many Montana County road and bridge departments, assisting with preparation of bridge inventories, inspection of bridges, management of emergency bridge replacement, funding, design, and construction inspection. Keevin and TCA have been performing bridge construction since 1995 and have been teaming with Stahly on bridge projects since 1998.


TCA Group provides a bridge building operation and expanded services into a market sector in which Stahly Engineering has established relationships.

About Us

Our People 


Greg Benjamin, CEO

Greg Benjamin, PE, has been performing bridge design, inspection and construction engineering services since 1994 when he went to work for the Montana Department of Transportation. Greg joined Stahly Engineering and Associates in 1998. Greg finished a Masters of Science Degree, from Montana State University, with an emphasis in structural engineering in 1999 while working full-time for Stahly Engineering as a structural engineer with a focus on bridge projects. 

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Spencer Jovick, Project Superintendent

Spencer Jovick graduated from Montana State University, with a degree in Construction Engineering Technology in spring of 2023. Spencer interned for TCA Group in the summer of 2022 and has signed on full-time after graduation to be the project superintendent. Spencer has experience with quantity take-offs, Revit, materials, and general construction duties.


Keevin Stanhope, COO

Keevin Stanhope has been involved in Bridge Construction since 1995, when he went to work for Tracey Cowdrey and Associates. Keevin started TCA, Inc. in 2000 and purchased assets from Tracey Cowdrey and Associates. Keevin Stanhope and Greg Benjamin have been working together for over 23 years.


Brenton Hedin, Crane Operator / Equipment Superintendent

Brenton is a seasoned crane and equipment operator. Most recently he served as an equipment operator for a marine construction company, specializing in pile driving, dredging, drilling, socketed piles, outfalls, and docks and piers.

Amy Strainer

Amy Strainer, MBA, CFO

Amy Strainer has over 15 years of accounting and finance experience in the business world. Her desire for accuracy and efficiency has streamlined our processes to ensure our record keeping is held to the highest standard. Amy’s breadth of experience in finance, accounting, human resources and management makes her a well-rounded member for any team.


Darby Wells, Accounting Technician / Project Coordinator

Darby Wells joined the company as in intern in the summer of 2022. She is attending Montana State University and pursuing a degree in finance, and works part-time for TCA as an Accounting Technician.  She has grown in her role to include project coordination and assists with bidding, scheduling, and construction administration.

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