Alcon Construction, Inc. has a solid team, many of whom have been with the company over thirty years. They reflect the Alcon attitude of “We Can: Learn, Grow and Build”.

Staying true to our founding values has earned us steady growth. We continue to do the right thing and act with integrity; we are disciplined in our skills and work as a team. At our core, we are dedicated to delivering the best services and solutions to produce great value.


Alcon Construction provides our employees with a work environment that allows them to meet their professional goals. We focus on workplace safety, offering competitive pay, benefits, and providing career paths.  Our team cares about our employees and the communities we live in.  We take pride in working on local projects that add value and building relationships with our customers, suppliers, subcontractors, and community members.  We strive to build a culture of trust with all we come in contact with.


We provide professional advice, accuracy in our bidding, and availability to our estimating team for our clients.  We have experts in general contracting, concrete, pre-engineered metal buildings, structural steel, garage doors, and crane services.  Our experienced in-house estimating team has what it takes!


Alcon Construction knows that information in a timely manner allows you to make informed decisions in each stage of your project. We take the lead on evaluating every option for cost, schedule, and quality impacts with all team members.  From design to construction plan review, from cost management analysis to proposed alternate methods of construction and/or materials, Alcon will provide the team with the knowledge of project costs, schedule, or quality at any point in the project.


We understand how important it is to provide an accurate estimate. You need a reliable forecast of project costs from the first estimate. Equipped with tools such as professional estimating software and a historical knowledge base of similar projects, we are able to prepare estimates with the detail you need to understand the scope and intent and in a consistent format from estimate to estimate.  Understanding the construction cost is fundamental.