Henry Carlson Construction Projects

After over a century of construction experience and history, Henry Carlson Construction projects are visible on most city blocks and in small towns throughout South Dakota and the Midwest.

From healthcare and manufacturing to commercial, retail, education and sports and recreation facilities, we proudly stand behind every one of our many completed construction projects. We look forward to building confidence and the future of our communities for generations to come.

Click the links above to learn more about our completed projects or better yet, call us at 605-336-2410.

Safety is a vital part of all our projects

Safety for workers and everyone else around is one of the most important aspects of any project. Henry Carlson takes a proactive approach from day one of the design process through completion.

Firstly, pre-planning/training meetings are held before each phase of work begins. This ensures that all personnel involved are trained in the operation, practices, methods and equipment that will be used. Furthermore, full documentation of the training is maintained. Enforcement policies are in place as a part of all subcontracts issued. Our superintendents perform daily safety inspections, while holding weekly safety meetings with all trades and hold monthly all-trades safety meetings to make sure everyone is functioning as a unit to identify concerns observed during project construction. In addition, our risk manager conducts walk-throughs and a copy of his report is forwarded to all subcontractors. These reports may be included in our monthly progress report to the owner.

Call us today at 605-336-2410 to learn more about our completed projects, or contact us HERE

"On behalf of the employees of Sanford Health, thank you for your generous donation of resources and services to help relocate and set up the Christmas tree at the Sanford Children's Hospital. Your generosity is a true testament of what it means to provide service to others and is especially meaningful at this time of year."
Paul Hanson, President, Sanford Health