Justin Lindteigen’s interest in construction goes back as far as he can remember – from watching his grandfather in his woodworking shop, to summer jobs doing roofing and framing. Unsure of how he should tie it in to his undergraduate studies, Justin took a break from school and joined the North Dakota Army National Guard in 2004. After basic training, it’s no surprise that his first job in the army was working with concrete asphalt.
Over the next several years Justin worked in a local lumberyard that specialized in residential remodeling, custom home building, and commercial construction. He moved his way up from sales to project manager, and learned how to take a project all the way from start to finish. It was a great fit, and Justin couldn’t keep the idea of owning his own construction business out of his mind. He started to take on additional roles, as well as take trainings on business and government contracting. He also was able to complete a bachelor’s degree... Read More