Brockamp & Jaeger, Inc. was founded in 1963 when John Brockamp and LeRoy Jaeger decided to build a company based on their mutual desire to excel in the delivery of construction services. Over four decades have passed and the company’s original building philosophies are still strongly in place, building quality projects with integrity.
In 1985, Terry Greenman became an active partner in the firm. Terry’s contribution to the company includes educational, healthcare and industrial facilities, building on our solid experience with commercial and church projects. Over the next 10 years we continued building our relationships with the community and new clients completing an extensive list of successful projects. Our focus of building with quality and integrity continues to be our goal and the formula for our success.
With the retirement of the company’s founders John Brockamp in 1993, and LeRoy Jaeger in 1996, Terry Greenman has continued to direct the company adhering to the original philosophies and goals that John and LeRoy established in 1963.
- Rich Steelman
Rich joined Brockamp & Jaeger in 1979 and has extensive experience in industrial projects and special expertise at executing tight schedules. He has a wide range of construction skills and knowledge of assembly line construction practices.
- Bob Jones
Bob has over 25 years of experience as a superintendent, project manager and carpenter. He has worked on a wide variety of buildings including schools, fire halls, Class A office space, retail, manufacturing, military, medical facilities and tenant improvement projects.
- Construction Services
Brockamp & Jaeger, Inc. is proud to offer a selection of the best construction managers and craftsmen in the area. Each member of our team contributes to the success of our projects. Effective communication with our clients, design team, and subcontractors ensures that the project continually moves ahead. We manage our contracts, information requests and …
- Design Development
We believe in a team approach. A project is most successful when the owner, design team and general contractor working together, the project benefits from our combined input. As a team we review project documents for constructability and completeness, and provide suggestions for proven alternate methods and materials suitable for the project. Through early involvement …