Dick Anderson Construction Inc.

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Dick Anderson Construction In. was established in 1975, Dick Anderson Construction has grown from a small, private client company to a strong, debt free corporation experienced in handling multi-million dollar commercial projects. The company has developed rapidly because they understand their business. The company is a Montana based company with offices in both Helena and Great Falls and have a reputable list of satisfied clients throughout the state. The company currently has employs 200-250 employees a year and has an average annual volume of work of approximately $45 million dollars. They have per project bonding capacity of $30 million dollars.
The company has personnel have a large variety of educational and technical backgrounds. For each project, employees with the most applicable talents and experience come together in a specialized Project Team to organize the approach, technology, and materials that will most efficiently meet the clientÂâ€Ã¢„¢s needs. Both client and personnel benefit because company employees take pride in doing the things they do best.

The company has experience in a large variety of projects, which enable to them to work with all types of construction needs. The company has years of experience with a variety of work types including commercial office buildings, higher education facilities, composting facilities, surgical and medical centers, wastewater treatment facilities, banking facilities, bridges, dams and parking structures, large complex institutional renovations, historical renovations, large complex ranch infrastructures, large upscale residential projects and large retail projects. DAC has received numerous awards and recognition for many of their projects.

DAC employed 274 employees in 2004 and 255 employees in 2003. the company has Annual Volume of Work in 2004: $49,750,000.00, Average Annual Volume of Work in the last five years; $45,881,200.00, Bonding Capacity;  Annual -$60 million, Individual -$30 million

At DAC workplace safety is of highest concern.  They have an in-house Safety Director whose sole function is to oversee their Corporate Safety policy.  The company is proud to say that their safety record and safety policy are second to none. Their workers payment modification factor is one of the lowest in the industry. Due to this low modification factor they are able to pass the savings on to their clients.  Their employees know their safety is Dick Anderson ConstructionÂâ€Ã¢„¢s first priority and it shows in their work.