DANCO CONSTRUCTION, INC. is one of the largest full-service General Contractors in the tri-state area. Based in Evansville, IN, with an office in Owensboro, KY, we provide our customers in Southern Indiana, Western Kentucky and Southern Illinois with highest levels of performance, quality, and safety on a wide range of commercial construction & design-build projects.
At Danco, our commitment to competitive pricing and fast, safe construction practices has allowed us to develop strong, long-term relationships with area architects, owners and subcontractors. We pride ourselves on our ability to complete large, complex construction projects while meeting challenging schedules that are required in today’s fast-track business environment.
Our experienced management and field staff form a team of construction professionals who work together to provide our customers with a team approach on every project. Many of our employees have been with Danco for 20 or even 30 years, making experience the cornerstone of our success.
Founded in 1983, Danco Construction, Inc. has over 30 years of experience providing our customers with a wide range of top-quality commercial contracting services. We began primarily as a wall and ceiling contractor and now we have grown into a full-service General Contractor capable of providing turn-key construction services on some of the area’s largest commercial projects.
EMPLOYEES & MAN HOURS
We employ approximately 120 field personnel, and average 250,000 manhours worked per year.
Danco averages over $35 million in sales per year.
Danco employs design-build professionals, project managers, estimators, superintendents, foremen, carpenters, drywall finishers, laborers, painters, plasterers, concrete finishers, and operating engineers.
Danco is a Signatory Contractor to five building trades unions, including carpenters, painters, laborers, cement masons, and operating engineers.
The geographic area in which we work is approximately a 100 mile radius of Evansville, IN which includes Southern Indiana, Western Kentucky and Southern Illinois.