As we reflect on our history, we also look forward to what’s ahead. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for your continuous support.
You can find our offices in Ada and Muskegon, MI.
PROUD BUILDERS OF WEST MICHIGAN COMMUNITIES
Since our founding in 1962, we have built thousands of projects that bring people together and enhance communities. Our focus on serving our region continues to propel us forward. We construct facilities for the most empowering and impactful brands in the area, including the largest Special Olympics facility in the world – Special Olympics of Michigan! We also work on projects that anticipate bringing hundreds of jobs to Michigan residents, including Traverse City Whiskey Company’s new headquarters.
The future of Erhardt Construction looks bright as we continue to grow our company and team across western and northern Michigan.
Projects over the decades
1962 – 1971:
1972 – 1981:
1982 – 1991:
1992 – 2001:
2002 – 2011:
2012 – 2022:
TURNING VISIONS INTO REALITY
Whether watching the sunset over the Grand Rapids skyline, staying at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel, or attending an event at the DeVos Place Convention Center, locals and tourists experience the brilliance of Erhardt Construction every day! Turning visions into reality is our passion, and after 60+ years of business, our talented team continues to bring that same enthusiasm to each of our projects – no matter how big or small.
ON BEHALF OF ERHARDT CONSTRUCTION
“Our journey has, to a great extent, been possible from the success and growth of our surrounding West Michigan communities. We are blessed to live in a beautiful region that has consistently achieved economic prosperity. Adjacent to that growth comes the need for construction. New business ideas emerge, facilities require updating, and demand for housing and services increases. We are honored to be part of each community’s story and look forward to continuing to provide our services to all of West Michigan’s municipalities, organizations, and businesses for many years to come.”