Thursday, December 16, 2010


Superior Homes of Watertown, SD announced its purchase of NC Opdahl Construction in Madison and the new ownership's plans to expand local plant operations.

Superior officials announced the company would use a factory in Madison that was previously established for constructing modular homes and other building types.  They plan to double the size of the Madison plant within the next 12 months. The current plans for operating the Madison plant include having about 12 carpenters on the payroll.

Superior Homes is currently in a growth stage and the company is working on construction projects that include modular apartment buildings and motels. For the time being, the Madison plant will focus on building single-family homes.

Superior Homes' Watertown factory currently employs between 100-115 employees and will soon start a weekend shift with another 50 employees on payroll. Gordon added that the Madison operation will work with other local contractors and businesses in which Opdahl had already established a working relationship.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If a company in South Dakota can not only keep its factory open but also expand, maybe it's time for other factories to look into how they are doing it. Come on Coach, do some real investigation along with your blog. That's what we really want.