Miron Construction Co. Company History Timeline

Patrick G. Miron founded the company in 1918.
The company has regional offices in the Midwest and has built projects around the country. Its structures in Wisconsin include corporate offices for firms like Johnsonville Sausage, Fox Valley Technical College s recent expansions and Lambeau Field's improvements over the last six years, including stadium seating expansion, pro shop, players' facilities, Hall of Fame and 1919 Kitchen Tap.
After the partnership dissolved, the company was incorporated in 1949 as P.G. Miron Construction Co., Inc. with five stockholders, three of which included Patrick G. Miron, David Voss, Sr., and Roland Kippenhan.
Eventually, the Miron family got too big to work out of Patrick s home, so the company built its first office and storage area on Valley Road in Menasha in 1956.
Since 2010 s public referendum, it has used Miron for more than 70 million worth of construction projects.
The company, which built the new Fox Cities Exhibition Center, topped 1 billion in revenues at the end of 2017 and reached 100 years in business this year.
Neenah, WI

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