Surprises are the last thing you want to encounter on a construction project. The best way you can have a great building experience is to be involved from the very beginning. This way you know you are getting exactly what you want.
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.
When Bob Carlisle was 18, he made a decision that would have haunted most people for life; he quit college after a single semester. Neither Carlisle’s heart nor his head was in school. Instead, the lifelong Omaha boy wanted to go back to work at the Omaha Country Club – a place that had been a second home to him since the age of 11, when he learned to caddy at his father’s suggestion. For many people, Carlisle’s choice would have stifled his career
Every year, MCL Construction and its employees embark on a 48-hour marathon sprint to erect a dilapidated Bayou mansion, filled with cobwebs and carts for the dead.
The story of Tony Fucinaro and his career at MCL Construction starts with a love of family and ends with a pushy uncle who knew what was best for his nephew.
It also begins in the winter of 2003. That was the year a young, 20-something Fucinaro with jet-black hair and a big Italian family was preparing to graduate from Iowa State with a degree in Construction Engineering.
Tim Tiensvold is taking a visitor on a tour of the Creighton University College of Dentistry - another big MCL project under construction - when he suddenly drops into the basement beneath a dental chair to show off the plumbing.
MCL Construction uses many voices from within and outside the company to give informed advice, opinions, and techniques about construction methods, innovation, and technology.