William Hagerman arrived from Germany.
William Hagerman and brother-in-law Fredrick Buesching co-found The Buesching-Hagerman Company in Fort Wayne. At inception, the family business provided masonry services throughout Indiana.
Hagerman helped build Fort Wayne’s Lincoln Tower, the tallest building in Indiana until 1954.
Renamed to Hagerman Construction.
William Hagerman’s sons Ted and Pete completed jobs throughout the Midwest after assuming leadership of the rapidly growing company. A focus at that time was on aviation projects to support the war effort, specifically aircraft hangers and terminals. Ted focused on office responsibilities, while Pete was in charge of all field operations.
Hagerman Construction Incorporated.
Continuing the family legacy, Ted Hagerman was the second generation to become president.
Hagerman Construction completed projects to help shape the look and feel of college campuses, including Valparaiso, Ball State, and IU.
Ted Hagerman’s son Mark named president, continuing the company’s commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.
Hagerman opened an office in Indianapolis.
Hagerman, Inc. was created to offer greater delivery and flexibility in contract management for clients.
Bruce Molter named president of Hagerman, Inc.
Hagerman Construction acquired Geupel DeMars, Inc., a large construction management company in Indianapolis.
Mark Hagerman’s son Jeff named president of Hagerman.
Hagerman celebrated 100 years of integrity and excellence in the construction business.
Jeff Hagerman promoted to chairman of Hagerman.
Hagerman opens an office in Louisville, Kentucky.
Bruce Molter was promoted to Chief Operating Officer of The Hagerman Group, Brad Smith was promoted to President of Hagerman, Inc., and Tim Norton was promoted to President of Hagerman Construction Corporation, The Hagerman Group’s masonry company.
The Hagerman Group acquires F.W. Owens Company in Louisville, Kentucky.
Being in business for over 100 years is a rare achievement, and Hagerman reached this milestone because we believe in hard work and treating people the way we’d want to be treated.