In September 2019, local officials of Mendota, IL joined Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) in the celebration of a new, state-of-the-art flour mill. The result of multiple years and millions of dollars, it is a cutting-edge production facility to provide innovation within its industry and opportunity to the state of Illinois.
The KE team is honored to accept the ABC Construction Company of the Year Award for the Minnesota/North Dakota Chapter. As a growing company we take pride in keeping our small town roots and applying them to our relationships with our customers and the level of care we provide for our employees. Knobelsdorff’s connection with Associated Builders and Contractors started back in May of 2009 when we became a member of the MN/ND chapter. Their beliefs and passion for promoting the merit shop way of doing business was something we wanted to be a part of. Since joining the local chapter, we’ve worked with ABC on developing solutions to the issues construction companies like us encounter on projects. Their team knows exactly how to drive the issues to where they need to go in order to be discussed at a level that brings solutions to the problems we face.
We are happy to announce that Knobelsdorff Electric Inc. is now Knobelsdorff Enterprises. We’ve expanded our existing services into three divisions—Knobelsdorff Electric, Knobelsdorff Engineering, and Knobelsdorff Energy—under the parent company, Knobelsdorff Enterprises. We are still one united team doing things the #KEway, but working under three different divisions to allow our specialty services to be better understood by all.
This article was originally published in Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc Minnesota/North Dakota Chapter on February 1st, 2019. The content has been republished in its entirety as it originally appeared.
Our congratulations to the Hearth & Home Technologies Charitable Giving Committee for another successful Charitable Golf Event! The September event raised over $17,000 which is being split between The Wounded Warrior Project and Mayo Clinic's Melanoma Research Program for the Minnesota area.