KYBURZ Carlson Project managers

Matt Beaner


President & Project Manager

Matt Beaner graduated with a Construction Management degree from SDSU, Brookings, SD, Fall 1998. Prior work experience includes machine operator, independent carpentry and commercial construction […]

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Matt Beaner

Mike Keller


Estimator/Project Manager

Supervise day-to-day project operations
Daily coordination with owner and architect, as needed
Supervise subcontractor operations
Prepare three month, three week, and short-term […]

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Mike Keller

Shad Wood


Project Manager

Shad has over 20 years experience in the building construction industry, handling both residential and commercial projects.  He has strong communication skills and has been […]

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Shad Wood

Superintendents

Bruce Henderson


Shop Superintendent

Bruce has been employed with Kyburz for 6 years.  He is in charge of managing the shop & equipment, ensuring our trucks & equipment are […]

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Bruce Henderson

Kenny Johnson


Superintendent

Kenny Johnson, an Ipswich SD native and an accomplished on-site superintendent. Kenny is capable of managing all aspects of the construction process, from drawings […]

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Kenny Johnson

Craig Kuckelburg


Superintendent

Craig is a very well qualified project superintendent, who specializes in interior remodeling and tenant finishes. He is capable of managing all aspects of the […]

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Craig Kuckelburg

Mike Dolney


Superintendent

Mike has been an employee with Kyburz-Carlson Construction for eleven years. With over 40 years of construction experience, he is a very qualified project […]

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Mike Dolney

Landon Wolf


Superintendent

Landon joined Kyburz-Carlson Construction in September 2018.  Landon brings a youthful energy, great work ethic, and many years of experience from his previous business […]

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Landon Wolf
"The Kyburz-Carlson work crews that I have had the opportunity to meet and work with have been very well received. There always seemed to be a pride in the level of craftsmanship being completed. There was always a project superintendent onsite, and quite often this individual was active in the actual work being done, not just a supervisory role."
Quinn P. Lenk, Superintendent Dupree School 64-2