Like father, like son. MCL Construction employees Ralph Leonard and AJ Leonard share a love for construction and, outside of work, competitive fishing.
You won’t find MCL employees on a job site without Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Our hard hats, safety vests, safety glasses, bright shirts, and steel-toed boots may look like a uniform but, to us, it’s much more than that. This gear prevents injury and helps ensure that every employee leaves a job site in the same or better condition than when they arrived.
Your college career fair looks a little different this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. Booths are online and connecting with different businesses through this platform is different than what you’re used to.
It’s new for us, too. To help make things a little more comfortable on your end, our Human Resources team put together a list of tips that will help make your conversation meaningful, impactful, and help you stand out, even if it is through a computer screen.
When one of the leading companies in construction technology thinks of innovative success, they think of us! Our commitment to innovation and efficiency is getting
Mike Waldmann hung up his MCL Construction hammer in January of 2020 after 24 years with the company.
MCL Construction keeps growing -- up from 75 employees to nearly 175 employees in roughly four years with over 50 employees having been hired in 2019 alone! Director of Human Resources, Mark Berner, knows this to be true because he was one of the newly hired employees that came aboard four-and-a-half years ago. When he first joined MCL, his role was somewhat undefined, spreading himself between accounting and operations duties.
Change is good.
“After Union Pacific, I knew I wanted something different from the corporate field, to get different experiences, and I wanted to see what another type of environment looked like. That's probably what gravitated me in the end to MCL Construction,” said Heather Fredrick, MCL Construction's Associate Director of Business Development.
Originally Austin Kay wanted to be a teacher; specifically, a shop teacher. Oh, how plans can change! After college, Austin quickly found himself seeking new challenges and opportunities outside a classroom, which is what led him to the construction industry. Today he is a Project Manager with MCL Construction; he’s been with us for a little over a year and enjoys how local the company is compared to his previous jobs.
MCL Construction uses many voices from within and outside the company to give informed advice, opinions, and techniques about construction methods, innovation, and technology.