Sievert Construction has built many commercial projects in the Northwest, including conventional wood or steel construction. Sievert Construction can design custom steel buildings including retail, warehouse, and industrial. From simplistic to complex, Sievert Construction’s steel buildings are competitively priced and of the highest quality.

A Building in Historic Downtown Bozeman

This architecture office was designed to keep the historic storefront but upgrade the interior to a very modern look. The building was almost completely torn down and reconstructed in a current/modern design.

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Bridger Kitchens

Bridger Kitchens was built and designed around an industrial look with a warm and inviting atmosphere.

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Mountain Sky Guest Ranch

$12 million project with an off-season deadline and a total square footage of 40,000, which was a high-end commercial and residential mix. Finished with a one hundred and ten man crew on time and budget in six months.

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François Bakery

A simple but elegant French bakery yet warm and inviting.

B-Bar Ranch

A four and a half year project consisting of multiple buildings, some new and some remodeled, using reclaimed and historic woods from buildings that were torn down on the ranch. All the work was custom made from those projects including flooring, trim, cabinets, and doors.

CVS

A custom red iron superstructure erected and welded by Sievert Construction.

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ABC Rental & Equipment

$3 million project combining three existent retail outlets to one location comprised of 50,000 square feet of retail, maintenance and administrative areas. Finished on time and on budget in six months.

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We strive to bring uncompromising craftsmanship and a seamless approach to the building process from design to finish. We work with high-qualified architects and sub-contractors to bring out the best in your vision.