Henkel Recognized with the Leadership in Workforce Recruitment Award by Master Builders of Iowa

Henkel Construction has made workforce recruitment a priority for several years, but even more so in the last year as industry leaders projected statistics of a staggering worker shortage in the next decade. Henkel decided to be part of the solution and began extensive planning to draw people into the industry. During 2017, we made… [more]

Henkel Announces New Address for Central Iowa Operations

Henkel Construction Company recently moved our central Iowa office to a new location.  We will continue to be headquartered in Mason City. We purchased and extensively renovated an office building located at 2500 Ford Street.  This office building was originally designed and occupied by a structural engineering firm, and had experienced significant deterioration in recent… [more]

Henkel Recognized with the Oustanding Company Safety Achievement Award by Master Builders of Iowa and IOSHA

Master Builders of Iowa (MBI) held their annual Winter Conference the last week of February at Prairie Meadows Event and Conference Center in Altoona.  On the agenda was to hand out their prestigious Masters and Safety Awards to industry leaders.  In the Safety category Henkel Construction Company was the overall winner for all three awards… [more]

Henkel Awarded MBI's Masters Award for Exceptional Project Implementation at Mercy Medical Center - North Iowa

Henkel Construction had an award winning week at Master Builders of Iowa's (MBI) annual Winter Conference.  Henkel Construction was recognized with the Masters Award in the $5-10M project category for excellence in project implementation on the Energy Center & Loading Dock Expansion Project at Mercy Medical Center - North Iowa (MMCNI). The Masters Award has… [more]

Construction workers wanted

By:  Katie Huniker July 31, 2014 KIMT-TV   MASON CITY, Iowa – “We struggle a lot finding qualified people,” says Vice President of Operations for Henkel Construction, Kent Brcka. He has been with his company for close to two decades, so he has definitely seen the highs and lows of the trade. The good news… [more]