From budgets, to planning, to nails-and-lumber construction, DAC will be there with the advice and expertise to help clearly define your objectives. Dealing with a tight schedule? DAC will gather the entire project team (owners, architects, subcontractors and suppliers) into one cohesive unit that will ensure the logistics are in place and run smoothly.
A successful project takes plenty of hard work — but also the right approach to meet your needs.
- Numbers are crunched and the timeframe is calculated to generate the best possible outcome at the lowest possible price.
- Conflicts are identified before they happen and ambitious but realistic budgets and schedules are established.
Build it Safely. Build it Well.
Our project management techniques will keep your budget and timeline on track.
- Schedules are engineered for maximum efficiency. All materials, subcontractors are in play at the optimum time and place.
- Expectations are met for our finalized design and all results are held to a premium standard of quality.
Expectations are met for our finalized design and all results are held to a premium standard of quality.
- All systems are tested and all documentation is delivered.
- You’ll receive full reporting on final costs to release payments.
DAC is more than a company and more than a team — we’re decades of combined experience, skills and commitment to ensuring our projects reach the highest quality possible. We credit our success to our tried-and-true work-ethic and the world-class workers who elevate the company to something truly special.
Dick is the founder of Dick Anderson Construction. He started the company in 1975 with an original office in Helena, Montana, and later incorporated in 1978. In the four decades since, he has grown the company to include seven offices in two states. An entrepreneur by nature, Dick has led the firm to a position of prominence in the world of building, civil, bridge and wind generation construction. These days, he focuses mainly on development and the expansion of the company’s future.
Marty Schuma is president of Dick Anderson Construction. He joined the firm in 1992 as a project engineer after graduating from Montana State University with a B.S. in Construction Engineering Technology. He was named president in 2009. Marty is DAC’s most senior LEED Accredited Professional, which testifies to the firm’s commitment to environmentally responsible design and construction. His main roles are the day-to-day management of the company and looking forward for the next opportunities.
Vice President, Helena
Bob manages our Helena, Montana office. He is a LEED accredited professional and holds degrees in Construction Management and Construction Engineering from Montana State University. Bob has been with the company since 2001, and has since managed a wide variety of projects — from medical facilities, to custom residential homes and ranch complexes. Bob’s wealth of experience has made him an indispensable asset to the planning and success of each project, while his core values of honesty and dedication drive his admirable work for all our clients.
Vice President, Great Falls
Josh is the head of our Great Falls office, while also serving as a full-time project manager. With a Construction Engineering Technology Degree from Montana State University and a deep well of general contractor and construction management experience, Josh has skillfully handled some extremely complex projects for the firm — from renovations on active medical care facilities, to construction on tightly-constrained building sites. With early field experience as a carpenter and laborer, and more than twenty-four years in the industry, Josh is a proud member of a three-generation construction family.
Vice President, Bozeman
After working out of our Great Falls office for over ten years, Derek started our Bozeman office in 2007 — which he still heads today. Derek is a LEED accredited professional, and has managed some of the largest, most striking residential and commercial projects that the firm has constructed. Derek is a Montana State University graduate.
Vice President, Billings
Kevin is the head of our office in Billings, Montana — where he was also born and raised. Kevin graduated with a Construction Engineering Technology degree from Montana State University in 1983, and joined DAC in 1995 as an estimator and project manager.
Vice President, Sheridan
Brian is the head of our Sheridan, Wyoming, office. Brian has been in the construction industry since his graduation from Michigan State University in 1996. Brian worked in the Billings and Bozeman offices before eventually taking over the entirety of DAC’s Wyoming operations.
Vice President, Missoula
Allan heads up our office in Missoula, Montana. Allan joined DAC in 1996 as a project engineer after graduating with a Construction Engineering degree from Montana State University. Since then, he’s managed an extensive range of projects — from commercial buildings, to schools, to healthcare facilities, to wind and solar energy.
Skyler is responsible for the creation of our Environmental, Safety and Health program. Skyler joined the DAC team in 2016. He is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), a Certified Mine Safety Professional (CMSP), and graduated from Montana Tech with B.S. in Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Science and Engineering.
Heavy Civil Manager, Billings
Kyle Kastellitz is the Civil Group Manager based in Billings, Montana and oversees the Heavy Civil Division. Kyle has been in the construction industry since his graduation from Montana Tech of the University of Montana. He has managed a wide variety of projects including Water & Wastewater Treatment Facilities, Bridges, Infrastructure Development, & Renewable Energies.