Our Vision

At Miron Construction, our commitment reaches beyond construction; our passion brings dreams to life!

Our Mission

We exist to…

Our Brand

We’ve learned that it’s not enough to simply construct buildings—we need to do more, to understand our clients and what they are trying to accomplish. The success of our business relies on all of our passionate employees going above and beyond to bring our vision statement to life each and every day.

Our six drivers permeate everything we do; they are what separates us from the competition. These drivers define who we are as an organization and set expectations for our clients—expectations that we must all live up to in order to deliver on our brand promise.

Our vision and mission statements communicate to the world not only what we do, but who we are, why we do what we do, and what we’re passionate about…bringing dreams to life.

Watch: 100 Years of Building Dreams

Our Story

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  • 1918

    1918

    Founded by Canadian immigrant Patrick G. Miron. 1930s-40s: Partnered with a cousin to form The Miron and St. Aubin Construction Co.

  • 1949

    1949

    The partnership dissolved and a new company is incorporated as P.G. Miron Construction Co., Inc. with five stockholders: Patrick G. Miron, Roland Kippenhan, David Voss, Sr., Harvey Netzel, and Karl Kuchenbecker.

  • 1956

    1956

    Office relocates from 139 North Story Street, Appleton, to 806 Valley Road, Menasha.

  • 1979

    1979

    Greg Kippenhan, David Voss, Jr., and Patrick Voss become principal owners of P.G. Miron Construction Co., Inc.

  • 1990

    1990

    P.G. Miron Construction Co., Inc. changes its corporate identity to Miron Construction Co., Inc.

  • 1993

    1993

    Miron celebrates 75th anniversary and opens a regional office in Wausau, Wisconsin, to provide statewide services.

  • 2002

    2002

    Miron’s corporate office moves to a newly constructed, 60,000 SF facility in Neenah, Wisconsin.

  • 2003

    2003

    Miron expands its Midwest presence by opening a regional office in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Tim Kippenhan becomes a principal owner of Miron Construction Co., Inc. with David G. Voss, Jr.

  • 2004

    2004

    Miron opens a regional office in Madison, Wisconsin, to further provide statewide services.

  • 2006

    2006

    Madison office moves to expanded facilities to accommodate growth.

  • 2007

    2007

    Wausau moves its offices to the fourth floor of the newly-completed Dudley Tower, the tallest building in central Wisconsin and constructed by Miron.

  • 2008

    2008

    The Miron corporate office in Neenah expands to allow for additional space and enhance The Miron Experience for our clients. The new expansion and the renovation of the existing space are built to LEED standards.

  • 2009

    2009

    A Milwaukee office is founded to support our current and future area projects.

  • 2012

    2012

    Miron kicks off its partnership with the United Way, and our giving campaign earns honors for overall dollars raised and employee participation percentages.

  • 2015

    2015

    Miron debuts a Construction Innovation Lab in the Neenah office and expands its presence with a new office in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

  • 2016

    2016

    To further illustrate Miron’s commitment to the State of Iowa and the greater Midwest, the company constructed and opened a new office and warehouse facility in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

  • 2018

    2018

    Miron celebrates two milestones: 100 years of Building Excellence and $1 billion in revenue.

Each and every employee who works at Miron eventually learns the significance of “the bucket.” The story of the bucket is one of the things we feel differentiates Miron from the competition, because it’s a simple account of our strong family culture.

Decades ago, when Miron Construction employees numbered less than 35 and yearly revenue was a mere fraction of what it is today, everyone would grab a bucket as the sun began to set on a hard day’s work, flip it over, and take a seat in the shop. It didn’t matter if you were a mason, a site superintendent, or the president of the company; everyone was welcome and everyone was family. Over ice-cold drinks, team members would discuss project challenges and celebrate successes, but more importantly, they’d share stories about their lives outside of the office and away from the field. Teammates would bond over heartache and laughter, all while building life-long friendships. That is what Miron was founded on—family values and firm handshakes, hard work and integrity. While we pride ourselves on 100 years in business, what we truly celebrate are the passionate individuals who helped us get here. To them, we raise a glass and say, “thank you for your support, for your friendship, and for giving us the courage to dream big.”

A lot has changed over the last 100 years, but one thing has remained the same—our commitment to Building Excellence.