Some things never go out of style.
As a fourth-generation family owned company, the same principles that guided our founder remain with us today. Forming long-lasting relationships based on honesty and trust, taking care of our partners, employees, and communities, and utilizing ingenuity in problem solving is how we have conducted our business for 117 years. We may have evolved and grown over the decades, but we believe that some things never go out of style.
What We Believe
We believe in creating meaningful working relationships that last for generations
We believe in taking responsibility and following through on our promises
We believe that quality, value, and integrity are not just buzz words – they are essential components of our success
We believe in treating all people with respect and dignity
We believe in supporting educational initiatives for the building trades and STEM related occupations
We believe that our families are our greatest asset
We believe in giving back to our communities through generous donations of our time, talent, and financial resources
We believe our Midwestern work ethic is still something to celebrate
Long Term Client Listing
Client Since Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters 1920 Loras College 1924 Clarke University 1924 Archdiocese of Dubuque 1932 Klauer Manufacturing Co. 1940 American Trust & Savings Bank 1943 Farmland Foods, Inc. 1945 Sisters of Charity, BVM – Mount Carmel 1950 Mercy Medical Center 1952 Sisters of the Presentation 1953 Alliant Energy 1960 John Deere Dubuque Works 1960 City of Dubuque 1963 Sisters of the Visitation 1970 Target Corporation 1979 University of Dubuque 1980 Frommelt Industries 1983 Kmart Corporation 1989 UnityPoint Health – Finley Hospital 1990 Sisters of St. Francis 1993 Best Buy Co., Inc. 1995 Luther Manor Communities 2009
$100,000 in Scholarships
We are active in giving back to the profession we work in. In celebration of our 100th year in business, we established a $100,000 Scholarship and Training Fund to support education in construction. This money goes to students interested in construction management, construction engineering or the construction trades.
Scholarship programs have been established at the University of Northern Iowa, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, and Iowa State University. The Craft Training Program is administered through Northeast Iowa Community College.
We believe in giving back to our communities through generous donations of our time, talent, and financial resources. If you would like to request a donation, please click below and fill out the form.