A Long History of Superior Construction

Our history is a long one. Kyburz Construction Company was founded in Aberdeen, South Dakota by skilled carpenter R.N. Kyburz shortly after World War I. His son-in-law, Cliff Hurlbert, joined him after World War II and the company consistently grew by specializing in commercial construction.

The end of another war, Vietnam, brought Cliff’s three sons to the business. Kyburz Construction continued to expand and became synonymous with superior quality and trusted business relationships.

The Henry Carlson Company, based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota joined Kyburz Construction, Inc. in 1985 to form Kyburz-Carlson Construction. The merger of the two firms created a single, respected company that continues to be recognized as a leading light in the regional construction industry.

In 2007, Henry “Chip” Carlson III became the sole owner of both Kyburz-Carlson and Henry Carlson Company. These two companies are the predominant commercial contractors in Aberdeen and Sioux Falls. This partnership provides our clients the advantage of being able to transfer expertise and equipment as needed, at any time, on any project, to ensure the right people and the right equipment are always on site.

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"The team successfully met the challenge of bringing the project design within budget in a limited amount of time. The employees from both of these companies have been extremely dedicated to this project. It was obvious from the very beginning that they were focused on making the Johnson Fine Arts Center renovation and expansion a successful, high quality project. The project is currently in progress, on schedule and within budget. I would highly recommend the construction manager services provided by the team of Henry Carlson Company and Kyburz-Carlson Construction Company. Their experience, knowledge and dedication are a winning combination for Northern State University."
Veronica Paulson, Vice President for Finance and Administration Northern State University