About Kyburz-Carlson Construction

kyburzcarlson_crane3Kyburz Carlson Construction offers comprehensive pre-construction, construction and post-construction services. We have experienced and certified staff including superintendents and project managers. The company also owns and operates a vast selection of construction equipment, including cranes for efficient movement of equipment and materials.

Headquartered in Aberdeen, South Dakota, we provide commercial construction services throughout the Midwest. Founded in the early 1900’s, the company continues to grow due to our focus on quality. The company is strongly committed to operating safe worksites for both employees and the general public.

Kyburz-Carlson Construction is a sister company of Sioux Falls, South Dakota based Henry Carlson Company. This valuable partnership provides the advantage of being able to transfer expertise and equipment as needed, at any time, on any project.

 

Kyburz-Carlson Construction provides complete construction services including:

Pre-Construction

  • Design Management
  • Scheduling and Phasing
  • Cost Estimating, Budgeting/Cost-Modeling
  • Regulatory Investigation/Land Entitlement
  • Zoning and Code Compliance
  • Green Building Planning/Education
  • Bid Packaging
  • Value Engineering
  • Subcontractor Pre-Qualification

Construction

  • Scheduling
  • Self-Performing Work
  • Quality Control/Quality Assurance
  • Risk Management
  • LEED Project Registration
  • Sustainability Audits
  • Construction Waste Management
  • Subcontractor Management
  • Status Reporting, Change Management

Post-Construction

  • Certificate of Occupancy
  • As-Built Documentation
  • Commissioning/Warranty Program

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"Dave Derry and others from Kyburz Carlson worked very diligently with us and the owner to identify possible deduct options, made suggestions and presented these options to the owner in an understandable way. They were careful and accurate when showing the cost changes when parts of the project would be delayed or omitted."
Steve Jastram, AIA Architecture Incorporated