While this once small, family-owned construction company is now a large, multi-discipline, employee-owned firm, one thing hasn’t changed — the Nabholz name has been synonymous with integrity since Bob Nabholz founded the business in 1949. Integrity is what motivates our purpose and our guiding principles, and it’s the foundation for every project we touch.
But above all, integrity means valuing people. Valuing our employees by being a leader in job site safety, operating a nationally recognized wellness program, and providing ongoing advancement opportunities. Valuing our clients through hard work, rapid response, and respect. Valuing our subcontractors, design teams, and all those who play a role in our projects with an open-door policy and honest communication.
These concepts are more than words on a page; they are the truths this company lives by, truths that have been proven time and again over our seven decades in operation.
We our community
When we say a part of our purpose is to build our communities, we’re not just talking about building schools or hospitals or roads. We’re talking about a deep, personal commitment to improving the cities and towns where we live and work. This idea goes back to our founder, Bob Nabholz, whose tireless dedication to serving others exemplified the spirit of generosity that lives on at Nabholz today.
In fact, Bob established the Nabholz Charitable Foundation in 1987 to ensure support for the company’s philanthropic efforts for years to come. To date, the foundation has contributed millions of dollars to countless charity and community organizations, hospitals, schools, and universities.
Although financial contributions are an important part of giving back, we believe it is the time and talent our employees give that truly make the difference. Each year, Nabholz employees generously donate thousands of hours of their own time to the causes and organizations they choose. And the best part? They do it because it’s simply the right thing to do.