Heartland Builders – A Summit Livestock Facilities Company
Heartland Builders Company is a full service general contractor founded in Columbus, Nebraska. Established in 1988, we earned the recognition as a high quality, customer driven contractor in the construction of protein production facilities. We maintain control over every facet of our projects with our in-house team. Our protein production expertise, unequaled customer commitment and pride in our workmanship give our customers peace-of-mind as well as a remarkable facility.
Our commitment to our team, passion for our customers, broad experience, and Midwest values are what led to the partnership with Summit Livestock Facilities in 2016. This partnership equips us to serve the US, combining Heartland Builders’ quality construction with Summit Livestock Facilities’ industry leading technical, engineering, design, and innovation capabilities.
Hear Matt Williams, Pre-Construction Manager at Heartland Builders, talk about the experience producers can expect when working with Heartland Builders.
What We Do
For nearly three decades, Heartland Builders has been working tirelessly to make sure the facilities we build for our customers go Beyond Buildings and accomplish your organizational goals, identify challenges facing your operation, and provide holistic solutions to the toughest obstacles.
Our in-house team of professionals will give you the confidence you need from conception all the way to equipment installation and completion of your project. We treat our customers with the same honesty, integrity and fairness that we would expect. Each project is built on trust and that begins with our exceptional team.
The work we’ve accomplished is a testament to the collaboration, quality and competence needed to earn the confidence of our customers. Take a look at a few of the projects we’ve completed. These various projects feature engineered innovations that optimize animal health, improvements in operational management, and equipment installation that is planned out to avoid costly rework common to external equipment installers.