Seven Wisconsin members named to Top Performing Contractor List

WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb. 27, 2024 — Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) announced seven Wisconsin chapter member companies were named to the 2024 Top Performers, annual listings that recognize its accomplished contractor members.

“These companies have demonstrated, through various formal achievements, that they are leading the way in performance, culture and safety,” said John Mielke, president of ABC of Wisconsin. “Congratulations to these top-performing members for raising the bar in safety, quality, inclusion, project excellence and special designations.”

To qualify, Top Performers must achieve Gold status or higher in ABC’s STEP Safety Management System, which helps the best-performing contractors achieve incident rates nearly seven times safer than the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics industry average, according to ABC’s Safety Performance Report. The majority of the honorees also must earn ABC’s Accredited Quality Contractor credential, which recognizes excellence in quality, safety performance, talent management—including inclusion, diversity and merit—craft and management education and community relations.

Top Performers

Faith Technologies, Menasha, WI (15 overall; 6 for Top Trade Contractors; 5 for Top Electrical Contractors; 2 for Top High Tech Contractors; 12 for Top Industrial Contractors; 12 for Top Infrastructure Contractors; 20 for Top Mixed Use Contractors; 14 for Top Office Contractors)

PDC – Electrical Contractors, Monroe, WI (144 overall; 70 Top Trade Contractors; 27 Top Electrical Contractors)

Knobelsdorff Enterprises, Goodhue, MN (90 overall; 44 Top Trade Contractors; 17 Top Electrical Contractors)

Consolidated Construction Co., Inc., Appleton, WI (148 overall; 78 for Top General Contractors)

Pioneer Roofing, LLC, Johnson Creek, WI (210 overall; 90 for Top Trade Contractors; 32 for Top Specialty Contractors)

Wondra Construction, Inc., Iron Ridge, WI (223 overall; 126 for Top General Contractors)

Ross & Associates, River Falls, WI (144 for Top General Contractors)

Through STEP, AQC and other robust ABC programs such as Projects of Distinction, ABC Top Performers demonstrate they:

  • Sustain and grow their businesses, financially and economically
  • Offer market-competitive compensation, benefit and retirement packages
  • Commit to industry-leading safety
  • Commit to workforce development, education and creating career opportunities
  • Commit to work environments that are inclusive and diverse
  • Develop opportunities for their employees to achieve their career dreams
  • Cultivate committed leadership

Top Performers all agree: Culture is essential to a thriving and vibrant workplace, retaining top talent, creating safe and healthy jobsites and building better communities. The construction industry needs to attract more than a half million additional workers on top of the normal pace of hiring annually to meet demand. ABC Top Performers know the recipe for the secret sauce that creates a robust employee value proposition, attracts and retains top talent and optimizes productivity.

The ABC Top Performers lists identify the Top 250 Performers, Top General Contractors, Top Trade Contractors, Top Electrical Contractors, Top Plumbing/HVAC Contractors, Top Specialty Contractors and Top Performers by Market, all of which have earned the elite Accredited Quality Contractor credential. The Top Performers were ranked by the number of hours worked in 2022, as reported in their 2023 STEP applications. The rankings also include lists of top-performing companies in 18 market segments, such as government, health care, infrastructure, military, retail, religious, high tech, airport and sports complexes.

ABC’s Top Performers listings are presented by these ABC strategic partners: MilwaukeeProcoreSouthwire and United Rentals. View the 2024 Top Performers lists at

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