Our Mission Statement
Jeff Engel Construction, Inc. strives to: Produce high-quality, affordable and energy efficient homes.  Build lasting relationships with our customers, subcontractors and suppliers. Provide employees with a safe and stable work place. Operate a well-organized, efficient and profitable organization.

 

Jeff Engel Construction does....

-New Energy Efficient Homes

-Remodeling of Existing Homes

-Additions

-Project Management

-Energy Efficient Upgrades to Existing Homes

 

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Affiliations & Awards

Affiliations

Homebuilders Association of Billings

  • HBA Member for over 25 Years
  • HBA Billings Board of Directors—Life Status
  • HBA Billings Legislative Committee
  • HBA Billings Vice-President
  • HBA Billings President 1993
  • HBA Builder of the Year - 1991, 1993, 2009

Montana Building Industry Association

  • MBIA State Director
  • MBIA Safety Committee Chairman
  • MBIA Leadership Committee Chairman
  • MBIA Life Director
  • MBIA Vice-President
  • MBIA President 1998-1999
  • MBIA Builder of the Year - 2010

National Association of Home Builders

  • NAHB Board of Directors - Alternate
  • NAHB Board of Directors - 2 Terms

Green Building

  • Certified Green Professional - CGP
  • Builder of the First Verified Green Built Home in Billings
  • HBA Green Build Committee Member

Other Builder Related Activities

  • Fall Parade of Homes Committee Chairman
  • Member Building Department Task Force
  • Horizon Home Volunteer - House Built in 24 Hours - Ran Framing Crew
  • Member Local Affordable Home Task Force
  • College of Technology Committee Chairman - Student-Built House
  • Career Center House Committee Chairman - Student-Built House
  • Habitat For Humanity Fast Track House - Scheduling Coordinator
  • 1999 City of Billings Building Code Task Force Chairman
  • First Builder in the State of Montana to receive GBI status - Graduate Builder Institute

Awards

  • Voted Special K Ranch Outstanding Volunteer of the Year 1989
  • Governors Affordable Housing Award - Governor Racicot 1996; Governor Martz 2000