Founder and President Greg Oleszczuk, and his father before him, were both skilled trade workers – a tradition that carries through much of Westwind’s leadership team today. In 1977, Greg founded a concrete construction company, G.O.E. Contractors, with a pickup truck, his tools, and a crew of five. In 1982, he branched out to form Westwind. Greg’s son, Pete Oleszczuk, now carries on the family legacy as Westwind’s Vice President of Construction.
Passion for What We Do and Who We Do It For
Westwind does much more than build. We listen closely to get to know you and help you plan for your future by designing a building that will lay the foundation for your future success. By approaching everything we do with integrity, we focus on cultivating lasting relationships with our clients and the communities in which we build. Using our design/build model, we walk with clients through every step of the planning and building process – from master planning, design, and construction to maintenance and updates.
Investing in Our Communities
Westwind strives to improve our community and the world around us – whether it’s conducting every business interaction with integrity, standing behind our work, or investing in the communities where we build. We support local organizations and schools committed to equipping future skilled trade workers, as well as many other local non-profit groups.
Each year we give our time and resources to groups that make our communities stronger and brighter.
We recently contributed to the development of two playgrounds in our core communities – Traverse City and Grand Haven.
Deck for Veterans
After learning about deteriorating conditions at a local veteran’s home, some Westwind crew members organized a deck-build on their time off.
Westwind Supports Northwestern Michigan College Construction and Technology Programs with Donation of Truck and Trailer.
Westwind held a transfer of title and ownership ceremony to donate a ‘gently used’ 2012 Chevrolet extended cab pick-up truck and 14-foot double axle trailer to the Northwestern Michigan College Construction and Renewable Energy Technology programs on June 8, in the parking lot at the NMC Aero Park Laboratories at the Aero Park Campus located at 2600 Aero Park Drive. Supporters of NMC and the public were in attendance for the special event.