When the City of Fairview Heights began moving forward with plans to build a recreation complex they looked for a construction partner with long standing ties to the community, someone they could trust to help make their vision for this new facility a reality.
Trenton, Ill. resident Fred Dintelman is embarking on a new chapter in his life following his retirement Nov. 3 from Holland Construction Services (Holland) in Swansea, Ill.
Combining a solid existing client relationship with pre-project coordination is saving months of time for the owner of a $53 million mixed-use construction venture that is the biggest project in the Village of Twin Oaks’ history.
“In every town there’s a group of people who want to see the town made better,” says Blair Minton. He’s referencing his fellow board members of the nonprofit Fox Meadows NFP. A small group from a small town, the six of them are passionate about their community, and they’re dedicating themselves to improving it.
Thirty years ago, Bruce Holland walked away from a safe job to pursue a vision of creating a company that would provide high quality, personalized construction services to commercial clients who would appreciate his focus on building relationships, not just buildings. This year, he was recognized with the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® award as a leading entrepreneur in the Central Midwest, a solid reminder that his vision is now very much reality thanks to his leadership, ingenuity, perseverance, and personal commitment to creating a business built on integrity.
Holland Construction Services, Inc. (Holland) recently joined with members of the First Presbyterian Church of Edwardsville at a ground breaking ceremony for their new $3 million church.