AWARD WINNING PROJECTS.
NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED.
LASTING RELATIONSHIPS.

As a recognized Engineering New Record (ENR) Top 400 firm, Killian Construction Co. is committed to building quality projects while sustaining lifelong partnerships.

Killian builds and has built hospitals, hotels, education, residences, entertainment, and sports venues. Our satisfactory construction results from experienced, trained and credentialed practitioners and experts in many career fields, trades, and communities of practice. 

Killian's Code of Ethics governs our own business activities and allows us to continually exceed expectations. Our Code includes obeying the law, safety throughout, demonstrating great integrity, avoiding conflicts of interests, business partner confidentiality, meeting or exceeding technical code standards, simultaneously upholding various career fields’ technical competence standards, and security.

 

Experience

Founded in 1948, we have constructed over 330 projects nationwide, totaling more than $1.7 billion.

Precise

Killian Construction is composed of craftsmen who deliver unique products that are highly innovative.

Reliable

Our focus is to create relationships that last generations. That doesn't happen by cutting corners!

Bill Yarwood, Director of Capital Planning and Projects at Central Washington University

“As evidenced by their portfolio, the Killian Construction Company team has great range of experience in projects of this magnitude. We highly recommend the Killian Construction Company as your construction team.”

Bill Yarwood, Director of Capital Planning and Projects at Central Washington University
John Q. Hammons, Former Chairman & CEO of John Q. Hammons Hotels

“Killian Construction Co. has brought the same leadership qualities to all jobs they have completed for our company to date, and I have no doubt they provide the same service levels to every client. They are professionals in every respect.”

John Q. Hammons, Former Chairman & CEO of John Q. Hammons Hotels

BUILDING YOUR VISION SINCE 1948