Housing construction

Ralph Korte founded The Korte Company to build homes, barns and other structures for friends and neighbors.

Decades later, we’re still helping residents—just in different locations, and the scope is a lot bigger. But the fundamental idea is still the same: Build quality living spaces that residents can be proud to call home.

We’ve delivered military-grade housing

Some of what we consider our most satisfying work at The Korte Company is constructing living quarters for the good people of our armed forces.

Our soldiers are putting their lives on the line every day, facing dangers all over the world. So we take great pride in the fact that each and every soldier’s living situation, especially those regarding the soldier’s family, is one less thing they have to worry about.

Senior living construction

Having completed thousands of units all across the country, we’ve become recognized as an innovator in senior-living construction.

From long-term care to healthcare facilities — health-related housing expertise is something we’re proud to have under our roof. We understand the needs that these unique facilities have and know the ideal floor plans for them like the back of our hands.

Government housing construction

Our work in the government housing sector is equally expansive and includes Parsons Place, a 40-acre project in East St. Louis, Illinois. This successful, mixed-income development encompasses seven city blocks and includes a pool, play areas and new streetscapes.

Drop us a line and let’s talk about the housing construction services offered by The Korte Company. You can also learn more about the steps you should take before starting a project by reading this in-depth guide.

Top 9 things you should know before a construction project

Owners planning to build a new facility have a big job on their hands, and they may not know where to begin. Here, we share nine critical steps owners should take to get their Design-Build projects off the ground. Fill out the form below.

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