There are leaders, and then there's everyone else. At Stamper Construction, we take immense pride in driving the industry standards forward, focusing on efficiency, quality, and safety.
No one ever complained about hiring the best.
When you have a serious project that needs to be done, look no further than Stamper Construction, America's leader in industrial craftsmanship. We innovate. We deliver.
Stamper Construction was founded in 1931 by our current CEO's grandfather, Bill McCormick. In the last three-quarters of a century a lot has changed – technology, governments, world economies, the materials we use in our daily lives. But, one things remains unchanged – our dedication to doing the best work in the world. We keep an old fashioned attitude about work, and that's that it needs to be done when we promised. More and more, that means relying on brilliant engineers and hardworking craftsmen working in tandem.
Our standards are high. So high in fact, we're in a league of our own, moving our entire industry forward. Stamper Construction has become synonymous with the highest quality craftsmanship.
No one ever complained about having their work executed perfectly.
It's old fashioned now, but we do what we say we're going to do. Plain and simple. Our word is bond, and that applies to our deadlines, as well.
No one ever complained that we had too much integrity.
When you're dealing with a million moving pieces, your tools can be the difference between moving forward and spinning your wheels. At Stamper Construction, we're continually finding the best new technology.
No one ever complained it was too easy.
George Reiderman Named CFO
We couldn't be more pleased to announce our new CFO, one of Stamper Construction's good ol' boys, George Reiderman. George's family's been here since the beginning.
Happy birthday, Mr. McCormick!
Even the CEO of Stamper Construction takes the day off for his birthday! It's been a little strange not seeing him around the office today, but we wish him the best!
Honesty, commitment and quality