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January 23, 2017

Darland recently completed a more than 73,000-square-foot warehouse to be occupied by Dr. Pepper Snapple Group. The new facility features 14 truck bays, two maintenance bays, a vending machine repair shop and 7,350 square feet of office space. Darland Project Manager, John Maderak, worked directly with the tenant to ensure the building met the company's specifications and was completed on time...Read more

December 14, 2016

Darland has partnered with Omaha-based Truck Center Companies to build their new corporate headquarters and dealership, located on a 26-acre site at the corner of Interstate 80 and Highway 50 in Omaha. The two-building facility will feature a full-service body shop, 60 service bays, an on-site training center and a 34,000-square-foot parts warehouse. 

The building's exterior is a...Read more

August 19, 2016

When Omaha-based America First Real Estate Group developed a project for a new residence hall on the campus of the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, they selected Darland as the general contractor. Placer Hall is a six-story all precast building that includes 50 suite-style units to accommodate 200 students. Each suite has its own living room and bathroom, with some...Read more

July 11, 2016

Darland Construction Co. completed the Love’s Travel Stop in Valley, Nebraska, located along U.S. Highway 275 at theintersection of US Highway 64. 

Construction on the extensive site improvements began in April 2015. Site work required a large temporary power source, dewatering, widening the highway, a box culvert extension and raising the grade.

This Love’s...Read more

October 22, 2015

Darland has started construction on a renovation project for Providence Medical Center located in Wayne, Nebraska. 

This is not the first renovation project Darland will complete for Providence Medical Center. The two have partnered together in the past on other expansion and remodel projects. 

A new emergency entrance, ambulance garage, 20 patient rooms and...Read more