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About Us - MH Construction



When we start working with a client, one thing we want them to understand is that we are not there to just build their project, we are there to build a lasting relationship. We strive to be the company that our clients rely on for all their construction needs.

When MH Construction completes a project, the clients have total confidence that every aspect of the project was completed in the most efficient and cost effective way possible. Our commitment to excellence is supported by three core principles: Ethics, Experience, and Trust.



Our team is led by experienced professionals. Their broad rage of experience based on over 45 years in the construction industry.

Mike Holstein

Mike Holstein

Mike started his career working in the field as a carpenter and worked his way into a Superintendent, and then into project management with his most recently held position as Vice President of Operations. His field experience gives him a thorough knowledge of construction techniques as well as the challenges that can be involved. Over the past 24 years in construction he has estimated/managed multimillion dollar hospital additions, remodels, as well as schools, churches, medical office buildings and retirement facilities.

  • President of MH Construction Inc.
  • Responsible for all aspects of the business.



The President of MH Construction grew up in a small town where people looked out for each other. He has used that foundation to build a company that is “client” focused rather than “project” focused. It is important to us that our clients know that we are doing everything in their best interest. We realize that a client’s time is valuable, so we are always organized, concise, direct and honest, whether the news is good or bad. We recognize that clients deserve to have the most complete and up-to-date information so they can make educated decisions. MH Construction employs quality individuals that believe in these same ethical practices.


Mike Holstein, the founder and current President of MH construction, started his career over 24 years ago taking classes towards an engineering degree. After a year of college he decided that the “hands on” approach was more suited to him. He finished his year at college and joined the Carpenters apprenticeship program.

Once achieving journeyman status he set his goal on becoming a Superintendent. Mike worked hard and perfected his trade and was promoted to Superintendent. Mike supervised the construction of new, additions to , and renovations of Hospitals, schools, churches, office buildings, day care centers, and many other types of projects. Mike continued to aspire to greater things. His next pursuit was estimating and project management.

Mike achieved his goals and has estimated and Project Managed over 150 million dollars’ in project work. Mike moved into the position of Vice President and stock holder of a rapidly growing construction company. That opportunity helped him to expand his knowledge of the business side of construction.

As things evolved, Mike realized that the only way to ensure a company possessed the values and principles that he would be proud of was to create a company from the ground up. All of Mike’s hard work and never ending pursuit of self-excellence has transported him to where he is today- owning his own construction company.


Trust is the foundation that we are building our company on. Other companies proclaim they can be trusted and tell you to trust them; but we believe actions speak louder than words. Here are a few ways that MH Construction will earn your trust.

  1. Clear communication
  2. Demonstrate respect
  3. Create Transparency- Be real and genuine always telling the truth so people can verify
  4. Show Loyalty- Always speak of others as if they were present
  5. Deliver results
  6. Confront Reality-Take tough issues head-on and address the actual issues
  7. Practice accountability
  8. Keep commitments

When trust is absent from a working relationship it can lead to suspicion. The suspicion will lead to the client spending much more precious time validating, analyzing, and agonizing over every decision. That precious time will add up to increased costs and missed deadlines. The goal of MH Construction is to eliminate these problems (which have been demonstrated in many other construction companies) by employing only ethical, experienced, trustworthy individuals.