Building The Future Together

Vetterkind Named to the Wisconsin State Track Coaches Association Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Phil Vetterkind, Director Of Sustainability at Hunzinger Construction Company and Sustainable Building Solutions for being selected into the Wisconsin State Track Coaches Association Hall of Fame in the athletes category.  Phil is a 1994 graduate of Eleva-Strum High School where among other accomplishments, he was a 5 time WIAA State...
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Komatsu Mining ‘Gets Smart’ Building New HQ

TUE SEPTEMBER 29, 2020 – MIDWEST EDITION #20 GILES LAMBERTSON – CEG CORRESPONDENTIn Milwaukee, new technology is helping transform an old building site.The construction of Komatsu Mining Corporation’s $285 million headquarters is widely considered a good idea because the redeveloped property will be an attractive addition to the Harbor...
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Hunzinger Expands Safety Team

Hunzinger Hires 2 New Safety Coordinators and Expands Safety Team – Welcome Alex Trusky and Bob Krien Hunzinger is excited to welcome Alex Trusky to our Safety Team as Safety Coordinator on the Komatsu South Harbor Campus Project.  Alex comes to us after spending 4 years as a Safety Engineer at Clark Construction Group, working out of their Chicago...
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Hunzinger Welcomes Braedon Corteen as a Summer Intern

Braedon Corteen joined the team in our Estimating Department for the summer to assist during an especially busy time of year. Braedon is a 4th generation Hunzinger employee and is the cousin of Superintendent and Shop/Yard Manager Danny Odermann and he is the nephew of one of Hunzinger’s legendary Superintendents, the late Dan Odermann, Sr. Braedon...
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Larry Palank Retires After 42 Years at Hunzinger

Long time Hunzinger employee and Vice President of Pre-Construction Larry Palank retired in January after 42 years at Hunzinger.  We are all so sad to see Larry go because he was just an absolute pleasure to work with…incredibly smart, a great estimator, and he had a huge impact on the construction marketplace in Wisconsin.  Larry was always striving...
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