S.D. Ellenbecker Inc.

Teamwork...together we achieve the extraordinary.

S.D. Ellenbecker, Inc. is one of the most successful and progressive commercial construction companies in central Wisconsin. Founded by Sylvester "Skip" Ellenbecker in 1968, the company features a quality workforce of several dozen people, with each employee averaging 25-40 years of experience in the construction business. A majority of the employees are members of the Ellenbecker family, and have a sense of family pride and craftsmanship evident in every finished project.

SD Ellenbecker Inc.

S.D. Ellenbecker, Inc. has the capabilities to handle all phases of any project, from building design to concrete work to finish construction. The list of satisfied customers is substantial, with many being repeat customers.

SD Ellenbecker Inc.

 

Old Dominion Distribution Center

SD Ellenbecker’s experience with tilt-up concrete construction is evident in the construction of Old Dominion Freight lines distribution center in Tomah WI.

DSA Building (Northcentral Technical College

The DSA project included excavating, concrete pouring, carpentry and construction of two barns, a milking parlor/classroom area and the construction of a100x100x8 foot high manure pit. S.D. Ellenbecker subcontracted out very little of this project the majority of the work was done by SD employees.

DSA Building Northcentral Technical College

Foremost Farms USA (FFUSA)

Foremost Farms USA Tank Project

"Foremost Farms USA hired the right contractor when we selected S.D. Ellenbecker to construct an 104' diameter x 24' high concrete tank. The project included demolition of a steel waste water tank, placing rebar, installing water stop and pouring 16" thick concrete wall. The work was completed in four pours of concrete, in four (4) weeks from start of demolition.

FFUSA was very surprised that the project was ahead of schedule and the final cost was kept under their original bid. FFUSA is very pleased that the project was completed safely and how the area around the construction site was kept clean through the project."

Dave Wilson, Project Engineer

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