About Us

Innovation • Service • Dedication • Strength

We’re often told that it’s rare for a family owned business to continue into 4 generations. We’re privileged to be that company, not just surviving but thriving.

We have innovation in our blood.

Martin Mathiowetz founded Mathiowetz Construction in 1924. A tinkerer, whose natural curiosity led him to invent solutions to problems, Martin designed and built much of the equipment he needed using scrap parts and ingenuity.

We have a strong history of service.

In the 1950’s Richard Mathiowetz took over for his ailing father at only 17 years old. Richard became an icon in the road construction industry and gave back through service on the boards of AGC of Minnesota and the Minnesota Transportation Alliance, HCIC, as well as participating on AGC’s grading committee for many years.
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L to R: Chad Mathiowetz, President & Julie Anderson, Executive Vice President

We value dedication.

Brian Mathiowetz took the reins in 1999 when his father passed away unexpectedly. Dedication best describes Brian’s contribution to the Mathiowetz Construction legacy. Brian and his sister, Julie Anderson began an evolution in leadership style when they collaborated to lead the company.

We believe that our people are our strength.

Chad Mathiowetz and Julie Anderson continue the collaborative leadership model. They have a passion for cultivating a strong team culture through open lines of communication and collaboration. As Mathiowetz Construction moves into the fourth generation of leadership, Chad and Julie hope to leave their mark on the Mathiowetz legacy by continuing to treat every team member as family.

Our Leadership Team

Jackie Farasyn

Chief Financial Officer

Dave Domm

Vice President/Project Manager

Brad Ommodt

Business Development/Project Manager

Greg Huiras

Project Manager

Dale Schweiss

Chief Estimator

Paul Anderson

Equipment Manager

Jim Warwick

Fleet Manager

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Scott Surprenant

Safety Director

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