When it comes to finishing a project on time and on budget, Allstate Building and Construction has the experience to get the job done right.

Allstate Building and Construction handles anything from residential jobs to excavating for new hotels, factories, box stores, fast food restaurants and more including large demolition jobs.

We will provide a list of references and current and past projects upon request.

We aim to provide the most cost -effective and timely service to all of our clients.

Site Preparation

New Septic Installation

Septic Repair

Water & Sewer Hook Up

Land Clearing

Commercial Demolition

Residential Demolition

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Site Management

Site Management

Allstate Building and Construction will take all the stress of your next commercial construction project.

When millions of dollars are on the line, we have the expertise and years of hands on building experience to ensure your project is completed on time and on budget.

Allstate Building and Construction will manage all aspects of your project from working with the architect down to the sub-contractors.

Please contact us for a full list of past site management  projects and references.

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Allstate Building and Construction projects range from building new churches from the ground up to remodeling hotels floor by floor.


Hotel Construction

Church Construction



Fire Damage Repair

Flood Damage Repair

Mold Damage Repair

Water Damage Repair

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Put our experience to work for you!

Request a free quote or call (574) 320-0094


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