LEADERS IN QUALITY CONSTRUCTION FOR
OVER 50 YEARS
FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED
From big builds to small, we’re your one-stop shop, here to deliver your vision. We take pride in having small town values and believing in honesty first.
Clear & Reliable
Since 1960, four generations of Bristlins have worked alongside one another to ensure that the values with which their great-grandfather founded Bristlin Construction remain thriving today. It was through his dedication to the construction business that Robert Sr. saw the need for a company with hard work and traditional ideals at its core.
From humble beginnings, the family-owned and operated business took a spirited approach to growth and expansion. And when Richard and his son, Scott, took the reigns in 1987, that commitment to a family-values attitude has continued to steward the company through over 50 years of excellent service and craftsmanship.
“Dick and Scott Bristlin have been our General Contractors on a number of building projects dating back to 1996. We have always found them to be accommodating to our needs, especially during remodel projects. On any project there are unplanned situations that arise, and Bristlin Construction has treated us fairly as we addressed and resolved issues.”
Todd Kjos, Administrator Viking Manor Nursing Home
“As an architect, I was impressed with their willingness to resolve problems quickly, complete the work in a timely manner and to remain open to making changes for the benefit of the project at a fair and equitable cost.”
Ronald E. Dick, President, Design 7 P.C. Architecture and Planning
“Bristlin Construction listened to our needs and offered a professional opinion about fundamental building issues. We were very pleased with their workmanship as well as their sub-contractors. We challenged them to stay below our total projected cost. They achieved this through strong management of the construction process and put forth a quality product that our congregation and future generations will always enjoy.”
Pat Bellmore, Building Chair Horace Lutheran Church