What Our Clients say…

Our Clients are the best referral for DownRange Construction

The true test of a construction company is the happiness of the customer when the project is done. There are a lot of unknowns when a homeowner decides to improve their home. We take the time to listen to what they hope to accomplish, discuss options, agree on timelines and clearly explain what the finished job will look like and perform like. We thank every one of our customers for the opportunity to work for them, and very often, they take the time to thank us for a job well done. Here are a few examples.

Pool Project –

“DownRange Construction was the only company that was able to bring the level of construction and engineering expertise required to successfully complete our complex project. Robbie spent the winter months planning everything out so that when the time came to begin building, materials were on hand, sub-contractors were scheduled, and every detail was in place. This level of preparation, combined with the work ethic of Robbie and his crew, resulted in a very difficult project being finished well before anyone thought possible. On top of their professionalism, the entire crew was kind and courteous. Our experience with DownRange Construction was how every home improvement project should be.”

– Jessa and Andy Howes

Basement Repair –

“Very good at explaining every step so you can understand it. Cleans up after they’re done. On-time. Worth the money.”

– Teresa Zuraff

Stamped Concrete

“Robbie is very kind and professional. He returned our project estimate in a very timely manner and his bid was less than another leading concrete company in Sioux Falls. The other company’s representative was slower and less kind too. The job was scheduled and completed on time. We were kept informed of any issues that arose that would affect the budget. Now we have a new patio that we love! Thank you Robbie and crew! Overall, we would recommend that DownRange Construction to any of our friends and neighbors. We were very satisfied.”

– Alison Aadahl