As a 3rd generation builder, construction has been a part of who Chad is for as long as he can remember. As a toddler, he delighted in moving dirt around with his toy bulldozer. As soon as he got old enough Chad happily graduated to a full-size skid steer. To this day, Chad feels like a "kid playing in a construction zone" any time he is running a piece of equipment. One central component to Creative Construction is relationship. Creative Construction is a family business. Chad's wife, Alicia, has done the bookkeeping since day one, often with one of their six children playing at her feet. Many employees have become like an extension of their family over the year as well . Whether working with clients or staff, Chad believes that Creative Construction is creating something more than buildings. They are creating a relationship that will last for many years. The motto of Creative Construction is "We Build Relationships" and with each completed project those relationships thrive.
Curt has worked at Creative Construction since the doors opened in 2001. A Bismarck native, Curt works as a Foreman/Superintendent. Although his job changes from day to day and/or project to project, Curt is a metal building specialist. Curt's favorite days are spent erecting steel. His favorite part about his job is seeing each building completed and being used by the client . Curt appreciates classic cars and would like a racecar if his wife, Beverly, would agree. Together, Curt and Bev, enjoy camping and have a deep love for their darling granddaughter.
Jason has over 20 years of construction experience. Jason learned construction at a very young age from his father in Carrington, ND. Working with Creative Construction since 2011, Jason has become the "interior finish guy." Jason is an excellent carpenter, who has the patience and skill to make finish work something to admire. He is especially skilled at sheetrock taping and tile installation, along with custom cabinet and trim work. Jason is a fun guy, who keeps us laughing. Outside of work, He enjoys spending quality time with his wife, Samatha, and son, Carter. Like many North Dakotans, Jason is passionate about hunting and fishing.