Case Studies

Huser Construction Company Inc.

Putting People First

Huser Construction Company Inc. (HCC) has been providing Texas Hill Country with the area’s most comprehensive commercial construction since 1994. The team at HCC’s ultimate goal is to help customers realize and materialize each individual and unique vision.

The team’s sincere desire stems from Steve Huser, president of HCC, who has been enthusiastic since his first project. When he was 15 years old,  a neighbor asked him to build a greenhouse. “I was so excited to do it,” laughs Huser, “Every summer my high school buddies were waiting tables and I started building houses.”

Huser’s passion for his work spiraled to even greater projects after he graduated with a degree in construction science at Texas A&M University; he went on to work on hospitals in Houston. However, Huser had always wanted to have his own company and run it with his wife, Shawnna. “We wanted to live rurally, too, and we were finally able to do it in ’94,” Huser says. The couple moved to Texas Hill Country where they have been living and doing business since.

Supporting the Local Community

While HCC is primarily based amongst the rugged ridges of central Texas, the team is happy to work throughout the region in order to meet each client’s needs. The team’s flexibility has caused HCC to build up a large number of affiliations, including the U.S. Green Building Council, the Associated Builders and Contractors, the Rotary Club of Kerrville, as well as several chambers of commerce of the surrounding Texas Hills area. Due to the company’s esteemed relationships, HCC’s work is proudly showcased throughout the surrounding area.

HCC is currently working on several projects, including Bandera ISD High School’s cafeteria, Point Royale Apartments in Victoria! as well as Peterson Plaza, Clock Tower and Bridge and the city hall in Kerrville.

“We like to use local people when we can,” affirms Huser. HCC’s jobs strongly utilize the up-and-coming network of subcontractors in the area, and this practice eventually led Huser to purchase the TJ Moore Lumberyard.

Strength in Diversity

The amount of materials and vendor relations that TJ Moore has established since its inception in 1892 is impressive, and Huser now owns three lumber yards, making the company a formidable competitor in the regional commercial construction industry.

Despite these advances, the team at HCC doesn’t rest on its laurels. “We’re pretty diversified,” admits Huser. “We don’t like to build just one type of thing.” The company’s portfolio supports the idea of variety; in the past several years HCC has successfully completed everything from restaurants to churches to healthcare projects.

The recent economic fluctuations are the source of contention for many companies, but HCC has been fortunate to maintain its annual revenue at a steady $25 million. Huser Construction Company Inc. will continue to provide central Texas with an economical price and superior service for years to come.

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Spring 2018



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