WHO WE ARE
Findorff’s breadth of knowledge has led us to become one of the Midwest’s most trusted builders. From minor renovations to program management of the most sophisticated and complex facilities, Findorff is committed to bringing the highest level of service and craftsmanship to every project we build. Check out our history below.
Despite struggling times in America during the Great Depression, Findorff still persevered in its growth as an established contractor. As such, the Company made two important additions to its equipment inventory. In 1936, Findorff bought its first crane for construction..Read More
Findorff’s construction efforts throughout Madison continued to shape the area surrounding the Capitol Square. The Company served as the largest contractor for structural work on the $12 million First Wisconsin Bank building, which opened in 1974. Today it is known..Read More
During the 1980s, construction placed a greater reliance on negotiated contracts as opposed to low-cost bids experienced from the previous decade. That being said, Findorff continued its historical trend of milestone projects and successful growth. From the community’s standpoint, one..Read More
During this decade, Findorff commemorated its 100th year in successful operations. As a leading contractor throughout Wisconsin, its legacy was exemplified by the notable work of its skilled employees and strategic direction of its thoughtful leaders. However, the Company’s most..Read More
I competed against Olympian Mark Spitz in a Big Ten dual swimming meet at Indiana University (as National Champs, their meets were on TV!). I finished in second place… he was already toweling off…
I’m often accused of having too many hobbies. I enjoy woodworking and home remodeling, and my family and I built a tiny house on property in Northern, Wisc.