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Hasse Construction has been building the Region up for 100 years

If you've ever traveled around Northwest Indiana, you've almost certainly seen something Hasse Construction has built. Co-owner Bill Hasse sometimes drives with his wife around the Region to check in on projects he's working on, currently including the new Dyer Fire Station at 213th Street and Calumet Avenue.

Hasse Construction has done major construction projects across the Calumet Region, including at major hospitals and at factories along the lakefront, including at Cargill, Unilever, Safety-Kleen, Praxair and ArcelorMittal. It's built infrastructure, fire stations and other significant buildings, ranging from the 3 Floyds Distillery in Munster, Bulldog Park in Crown Point and the Lost Marsh Golf Course Clubhouse in Hammond to the recently completed North Point Orthopaedics office in Munster.

Hasse serves a 100-mile radius, doing projects across Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland and as far away as Kankakee, Joliet, Lafayette and South Bend. The construction firm, based in Calumet City and Munster, is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020. The third-generation general contractor, owned by brothers Bill Hasse and John Hasse, has defied the odds as one of only 3% of family businesses to survive to the fourth generation, with Kimberly Hasse O’Halloran joining as director of business development and Billy Hasse as project manager three years ago.

"We're in the third generation of the Hasse family bringing on the fourth generation," Bill Hasse said. "We're proud of having made this milestone successfully and to have a growing, thriving business at 100 years. It's culminated in this because of the family, the clients, good fortune and luck. We've been dedicated to providing customers with good service through hard work and have been able to make projects successful, leading to referrals that have grown the business." Hasse Construction planned to mark its 100-year anniversary with an open house celebration that has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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