Historic downtown Sioux City building has been turned into a "carrier hotel".
Dave Larson, President of W. A. Klinger, L.L.C., announces several promotions within the project management team.
New surgical center features cantilevered second floor designed to create "floating" appearance to mirror nearby river.
Making a difference, helping build affordable housing for families in our community. Members of our W. A. Klinger team, as well as those of our sister companies, lend a helping hand with framing two houses in our community.
Progress continues at the Riverview Surgical Center, Siouxland's newest and most state of the art medical facility.
Revitalization of 100 year old building in downtown Sioux City underway with fast paced design-build project.
Construction Week focuses on recruiting the next generation of construction workers into the construction industry.
Gearing Up for Construction Week '18!
Foundation work underway on new Riverview Surgical Center on the banks of the Missouri River in South Sioux City, Nebraska.
Klinger Companies, Inc., parent company of W. A. Klinger, L.L.C., announces arrival of new accounting specialist, Amy Roth.
W. A. Klinger is more than half way to completion on Royal Canin's new facility in North Sioux City, South Dakota.
After returning to W. A. Klinger a year ago to work in the field on the Royal Canin project, Brook Schultz has now transitioned to the main office to provide support to the construction management team and field management personnel.
Ben Hull joined the construction management team at W. A. Klinger in January, 2018, after graduating from Iowa State University with a B.S. in construction engineering and minor in general business.
Work is underway on the 2,310 SF splash pad located within Cook Park in Sioux City, Iowa.
W.A. Klinger continues work on the Bishop Heelan High School campus with the 1,600-seat gymnasium addition. The new athletic wing of the high school will connect to the new facility housing the academic wing, which opened in January 2018. This is the third phase of construction for the new $30 million high school campus, featuring a running/walking track looping around the top of the gymnasium, new locker rooms, athletic training rooms, a first aid room, an equipment storage area, coaches' offices, and locker rooms for game officials/referees.
W. A. Klinger has been awarded the contract to build a new office building for Henjes, Conner & Williams accounting firm.
W. A. Klinger has recently been awarded the renovation work for the South Sioux City Middle School Auditorium.
A longtime Sioux City refrigeration business could be operating in a brand-new, multimillion-dollar facility by early summer 2018.