Montana State
Capitol

Project
Highlights

After a full 100 years in use, Montana’s State Capitol building was in need and much deserving of a renovation. DAC was honored to be chosen as general contractor for the admittedly complex job, which required the renovation of a large portion of the building as well as the elimination of a variety of non-historic alterations made over the course of the building’s history. The project brought its fair share of challenges — from a sudden schedule crunch, to a unexpected asbestos abatement task, to the demands of working around a still-functioning governmental building. The end result was well worth the hard work, though — receiving the Governor’s 2001 Special Preservation Award, as well as a nomination for the AON build America Award.
Project Facts
Completed: January 2001
Contract: 19.1 Million
Square Feet: 200,000
Historic renovation
Original stained glass restored after decades of offsite storage (Virginia City)
Actively-functioning job site
Testimonials
No project has meant so much to so many people…all was handled with the utmost professionalism and respect for the environment and the historic structure.
Glacier National Park Volunteer Associates
... in my twenty-three years of being an inspector, this was the best crew I have worked with on a daily basis.
J.D. Schuman
If you are looking for a firm that comes to the table highly prepared, that focuses on detail, and who makes your project their own, Dick Anderson Construction is an excellent choice.
Andrew Davidson — President
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