The Hagerman Difference

We aim to surpass your individual and project needs. Nothing is out-of-scope. From site selection through project completion and beyond, our team works with you.


Financial strength. You want a construction partner who will be there for all your needs years after project completion. With 110 years and counting, sound financial management has proven our ability to do so.


Relationship-focused. We will work to earn your trust through transparency and integrity. We build community support, maintain project excitement, and create a highest standard culture.


Exceed expectations. The job isn’t done until we exceed your expectations. Our five-year follow-up consultations are unique in the industry.


Innovative approaches. From drones to virtual reality, Hagerman incorporates new technologies to improve efficiency, advance the construction process, and save you money.


Safety culture. Safety is a priority for every Hagerman employee and subcontractor. Due to Hagerman’s continually improving safety culture, actionable steps to make improvements, extensive pre-planning and training, our 2017 Experience Modification Rating (EMR) is .61, well below the industry average.

Clients for Life

At the Hagerman Group, we realize the importance of relationships. In 1983 we instituted our five-year follow-up program. This feedback program tracks client satisfaction for each project every year for five years after its completion. Each year we meet on-site with clients to talk about finished projects, in order to:

  • Understand how the facility is performing compared to expectations.
  • Fix any problems with the assistance of contractors.

We track performance and collect long-term quality assurance information to improve our work on future projects.

Community and Service

We believe in giving back to the community. Our team members have the option to use part of their work hours to pursue volunteering passions through volunteering. Giving back isn’t just what we do; it’s who we are.

“Hagerman planning and scheduling limited the relocation of students and kept our elementary school fully functional. They even involved our students and teachers—making the process a learning experience.”

—Wayne Barker, Superintendent, Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District, Bluffton, Indiana

Volunteer work includes everything from local park clean-up outings to helping rebuild homes for those of our community in need. Learn more about our community involvement.

Recent Awards and Recognition


Coalition for Construction Safety, Building Safety Excellence, Zero Injury 2015


Achievement in Concrete: Healthcare | Zevacor Molecular, Noblesville, IN


National Association of Women in Construction Company of the Year


Masonry Institute of Dayton Excellence in Masonry Award | Good Samaritan North Health Center, Dayton, OH


The Indiana Subcontractors Association GC of the Year Project of the Year Over $10M | The Harrison, Indianapolis, IN


The Governor’s Workplace Safety Award, Innovations in Construction for a Small-Sized Company


Masonry Institute of Dayton Excellence in Masonry Award | GE Aviation EPISCenter, University of Dayton


Tri-State Masonry Institute People’s Choice Awards & Merit, Award Three | Three Rivers Elementary School, Cleves, OH


Indiana Subcontractors Association ISA Project of the Year | Hamilton Southeastern New Junior High School, Fishers, IN


ISA Subcontractors Association Choice Award


National Association of Women in Construction Safety Award


11th Annual Pillar Awards Business of the Year Finalist


United Way of Central Indiana Volunteer of the Year | Chairman: Jeff Hagerman


Top Notch of Indiana Contractor of the Year