Midwest Constructors, LLC is an Indianapolis based self-performing general contracting company. With more than 100 years of collective experience, our team has the knowledge and technical capabilities to deliver high quality results in new construction, renovation, design build, structural concrete, steel erection and site utilities. In addition, Midwest Constructors has a full in-house production shop that can serve all of your construction needs.

When industry veterans Neal Burnett and Tom Arnold founded Midwest Constructors in 2005, they began with a mission to help their clients better serve their customers through innovative, quality construction delivered on time, within budget and in a safe environment for all. Midwest Constructors has grown to a 170-employee company by continuing to embrace the mission of protecting the client’s budget, minimizing risk and delivering exceptional construction quality for the most challenging projects. Our attention to detail every day ensures that this happens. This is why so many clients return to us for their next project.

At Midwest Constructors, we take pride in our approach to construction and the successful projects it has brought to many owners. The Midwest Construction team puts strong emphasis on integrating the design and construction phases of each project, which allows for informed decisions to be made early and for immediate communication between all parties involved. When a project is complex, the schedule is tight and the budget is finite, owners want a construction company that minimizes risk and gets it right the first time. Our hands-on approach to managing and performing construction assures that we do just that – get it right the first time.



Midwest Constructors, LLC is owned and operated by Neal Burnett and Tom Arnold. Collectively, Neal and Tom have more than 60 years of experience in heavy renovation and new commercial construction. They have been involved in the leadership of several major projects over the years, including the Conrad Hilton Hotel and the Springhill Suites Hotel attached to the JW Marriott Hotel in downtown, Indianapolis. Under Neal and Tom’s leadership, the Lucas Oil Stadium concrete superstructure was completed in less than 11 months, utilizing 428 personnel and 76,000 yards of concrete. Neal, Tom and Jim were the senior leadership team for the total renovation of the 1,600,000 square foot Major General Emmett J. Bean Federal Center located in Lawrence, Indiana. With more than 95 years of collective experience Midwest Constructors can meet your needs, whether it is new construction, renovation, or facility maintenance.  
Midwest Constructors, Building Partnerships, Building Projects and Building Relationships that Last. ~ Neal Burnett, President    


Some of our most recent awards from are as follows:
  • 2014 ENR Midwest’s Best Project of the Year in the category of Specialty Contracting: Simon Skjodt International Orangutan Exhibit
  • 2014 Associated Builders & Contractors Award of Excellence – Specialty: Simon Skjodt International Orangutan Exhibit
  • 2014 Associated Builders & Contractors Honor Award – Industrial: Magnetation: Dumper Facility
  • 2014 Associated Builders & Contractors Honor Award – Commercial: Millikan on Mass
  • 2014 Indiana Chapter American Concrete Institute Outstanding Achievement in Concrete – Commercial 2: Broad Ripple Mixed-Use Development
  • 2012 Covanta Energy Award of Construction Excellence-Industrial
  • 2012 Associated Builders & Contractors S.T.E.P (Safety Training & Evaluation Process) Award
  • 2012 Associated Builders & Contractors Construction Award-Industrial Under $3M


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