Commercial General Contractor in Blaine

Family Owned and Operated for over 50 years!



Richard Stone has worked for the company since 1975 starting out as a Laborer and receiving his Cement Finishers card from the Union.  In 1984 he became Supervisor of the masonry and concrete crews.  Since Jerry’s retirement in 2000, Richard Stone is the acting President of the company.  Along with his brother, Paul Stone, he is responsible for the day to day operations of the company.



Paul Stone joined the staff in the spring of 1987 as an apprentice Architectural Draftsman.  He worked part time for Stone Construction, Inc., while in school, with the field crew as a Laborer and also in the drafting area.  Presently, Paul is a Project Manager and Estimator.  Since Jerry’s retirement in 2000, Paul Stone is the acting Vice President of the company.  Along with his brother, Richard Stone, he is responsible for the day to day operations of the company.


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Stone Construction Inc. knows that architecture is more than designing buildings. We  work with our clients to craft memorable spaces.

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Jerry Stone was the president and day to day operator of Stone Construction, Inc. until he retired in the year 2000.  His experience in the construction industry dates back to 1955 when he was with Axel Ohman Construction Company.  In 1964 he formed a partnership with Mr. Arthur Bendiske that was known as The Stone and Bendiske Masonry Company.  They operated together until 1966 primarily building churches, school additions, and remodeling for the Minneapolis Public School System.  In 1966 the two separated and Stone Masonry, Inc. was formed and operated as such from 1966-1984.  At that time the company name was changed to Stone Construction, Inc. in order to better focus on our General Contracting business. 

 


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