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In addition, the company specializes in dams and other water control structures. Founded in 1984, the company has experienced steady growth by developing an expert workforce and embracing the right technology to meet each customer's expectations.
Most of Staab Construction's work is in municipal construction. "Open and competitive bidding is the foundation of any suitable public construction delivery system," says Aaron Staab, founder of Staab Construction Corporation. "Competitive bidding through the design/bid/build process provides the most objective means to select contractors fairly, while still protecting taxpayers."
Staab Construction Corporation was founded in 1984 by Aaron Staab as a general contractor focusing on the construction of wastewater & water treatment facilities, water control structures and dams. Since inception, Staab Construction has grown from eight employees to approximately ninety-five employees generating over $32 million in annual revenue. While the majority of Staab Construction's projects have been in Wisconsin, the company routinely works in parts of Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois and Michigan. In response to increased demand for work in the southern portion of Wisconsin, Staab Construction opened a branch office in the Madison area in 2002.
"Without a doubt, it is our employees. They have built this company into what it is today. Without them, we wouldn't have the excellent reputation we enjoy in our niche market of water and wastewater facility construction."