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Who We Are

What Makes Us Absher?

You make us Absher. You challenge us to be smarter, greener and more creative every day. You lean on our experience. We lean on yours. You are our clients. Our design partners and subcontractors. Our team members. Our community. And with you, we can build something truly special. That’s Absher.

Jae Chu
Operations Director
Rich Wells
Project Executive
Daniel Inman
Project Engineer
Colton Anderson
Project Engineer
Kari Hansen
Project Coordinator
Si Kei Ngan
Project Engineer
Dennis Greenlee
General Counsel
Andrew Havranek
Estimator II
Scott Mills
Project Coordinator
Susan Rhodes
Receptionist
John Wheeler
IT Specialist
Kyle Smith
Project Engineer
Rachel Knudsen
Project Engineer
Jason Albano
Project Manager
Clay Moinvaziri
Project Engineer
Nathan Mahlum
Schedule Engineer
Mike Steinthal
Director of Government Contracting
Charlie Richardson
Assistant Superintendent
Tracy Langston
Site Safety Manager
James Christianson
Operations Director
We care about people.
We are servant leaders.
We do things right.
We do right things.
Our Culture
 

Our History

We started small. Home-remodel projects small. But we never thought small. We just thought we should do things right.

R.L. “Barney” Absher began the company in 1940. Before Slinky, Mount Rushmore and the microwave. And in these eight decades, we’ve led the way in industry excellence, technology adoption and versatility.

Barney’s credo was, “If you’re going to do a job, do it right.” And right we still do. In our third generation of family ownership, doing things right and doing right things guides everything we do.

Regularly recognized as one of Engineering News-Record’s Top 400 U.S. Contractors, Absher has grown from our humble beginnings to a large and versatile construction firm performing preconstruction and construction services nationwide.

Today, Absher maintains a healthy balance of competitive-bid, negotiated, design-build and general contractor/construction manager (GCCM) projects across the country. We work across the federal, transportation, educational, multi-unit housing, recreation and commercial markets.

And we do it right.