Lund-Ross Constructors was founded in Omaha in 1987 by Larry Lundquist. Now in our 33rd year in business, we construct projects across the Midwest in the multi-family, educational, religious, not-for-profit and public sectors. Best known for the renovation of many of the most iconic buildings in the area, Lund-Ross is also recognized as a construction partner with not-for-profit organizations including Girls Inc, Open Door Mission, One World Health, Women's Center for Advancement and many others.
Currently, we employ a full-time staff of more than 55 people consisting of experienced project managers and LEED Accredited Professionals, superintendents, field engineers, field craftsmen, and administrative professionals.
Our projects have earned more than 25 Excellence in Construction Awards from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) in the past 10 years, including national accolades for the The Brandeis, the Hughes-Iron Building, and The Omaha Building. ABC honored the Burlington Station (KETV) and the Mercer Building (M's Pub) with their project of the year the past two years.
Repeat clients are the basis of our success. Our typical project is a third or fourth effort with a client that trusts Lund-Ross to deliver the same results we have in the past. Contact us about building your next project and a trusted relationship.