Gregory R. Ebert
Greg began as a carpenter for Ebert Construction in 1974. At the time, Ebert Construction was owned and operated by his father, Jack. Greg became the sole owner of Ebert Construction upon Jack’s retirement in 1987. Greg’s primary functions include strategic direction for the organization and long term company planning. He also designs, oversees, reviews and implements building, marketing and budgeting processes. An active member on local zoning and planning boards, Greg lends his industry expertise to all company project owners and architects. Furthermore, his foresight and recognition of market conditions has taken Ebert Construction from an agricultural building construction company to a diversified commercial construction company.
Markus R Ebert
Markus started at Ebert Construction in 1998 working summer breaks and holidays from school as a carpenter and laborer in the field. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Boulder, he rejoined Ebert Construction, in the office, as a Project Management Coordinator. Markus' duties include marketing, working with project managers, and handling various administrative tasks for Ebert Construction. Additionally, he implements innovative strategies and products that help keep Ebert Construction on the leading edge of commercial general contracting, construction and real estate services.
James O. Rasmussen
Jim has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting with minors in Economics and Computer Science. Following one year with a CPA firm, Jim began with Ebert Construction in 1982. He has held Laborer and Superintendent positions prior to moving into the financial management side of Ebert Construction. As Partner & Chief Financial Officer, Jim oversees and monitors the daily operations and strategic objectives of the business. He brings his field and financial management skills to the planning stages of each and every project. A hands-on leader, he regularly visits each job site to monitor quality and job safety.
Joe began working at Ebert Construction in 2002 as a carpenter. Throughout the years Joe has progressed within the company, becoming a foreman for many years then transitioning into a job superintendent role. In 2014, Joe took over the production department for Ebert Construction and is now responsible for managing carpentry, demolition , and concrete crews. Joe developed his construction skills and knowledge from working in the field, he now uses that knowledge to help develop and lead the crews at Ebert Construction. Joe’s attention to detail, organization skills, along with his strong work ethic, makes Joe a valuable asset to Ebert Construction and our loyal customers.
General Job Superintendent
Rob joined Ebert Construction in 1998 as a carpenter and moved up through the company as a foreman, then a job superintendent, to the General Job Superintendent position. As the General Job Superintendent, Rob uses his work experience as a carpenter and a job superintendent to help control the schedule and ensure the job is done on time and under budget. Rob is a valuable resource to Ebert Construction’s customers as he is able to help overcome the most difficult situations that arise on a project. Rob partners with all our job superintendents to make sure each project is handled as if it’s our only one.