Heritage Construction Co. Inc., an Indiana corporation, was founded in 1975. Patrick R. Slater has served as President since its inception.
In the early years, the company was primarily involved in commercial construction and remodeling serving in participatory capacity in development of The 100 Center, Doc Pierce's Restaurant, The Emporium Building, Tippecanoe Place Restaurant, The Commerce Center, and many more notable sites still viable today.
Over time, the company became increasingly involved in the residential field, primarily via consumer request, where it has remained focused the last two decades.
Serving the upscale residential remodeling market, Heritage brings a wealth of experience to bear on each project to create a well-organized and flawlessly executed end result.
Heritage Construction projects have been featured in:
- Bob Villa (national TV broadcast)
- Inland Architect magazine
- House & Garden magazine
- South Bend Tribune
- Notre Dame Magazine
- Builder-Architect Magazine
- Elkhart Truth
- Today in Michiana
Pictured Above: Granger Schoolhouse on Brick Rd. - Built in 1892, Preserved by Heritage Construction Company in 1992.