Leander Construction



Leander Construction focuses on providing exceptional
service in all phases of the construction process.

Being general contractors requires that we excel in the handling of the pre-construction phase, project scheduling and monitoring, budget development, document control, providing a safe work environment, quality self-performed work, subcontractor coordination and a comprehensive closeout process that ensures that the client will experience a high quality and well-maintained facility for years to come.

Our proven abilities have allowed us to serve a variety of markets effectively including the private commercial sector, state and local government, educational institutions at all levels, municipal public works/treatment plants, parks and recreation, and hospitals as well as extended care facilities.

Leander, established in 1991, has now completed more than $500 Million in quality construction projects.

Sky-view of aquatic center.


This project consisted of a new pool facility consisting on a masonry bathhouse building, a mechanical building, and a 260,000-gallon poured in place concrete pool.



Information on safety requirements, insurance standards, plan room and pre-qualifications. 


12.5 million dollar Litchfield Water Treatment Plant, Litchfield, IL

“You can go to a construction site and get a feel for the general contractor just by walking about. You don’t have to speak to anyone to see that this is a complex job and is being managed very well. The crews give a friendly greeting, the work site is kept shipshape, and everyone is productive. The project is on budget, the change orders have been minor, and the quality of construction is just top notch.”

The Litchfield Memo, a publication by the City of Litchfield, Mr. Andy Ritchie, City Administrator for the City of Litchfield, IL.

8.8 million dollar Paul Heath Community Education and Fine Arts Center on the John Woods Community College Campus in Quincy, IL

The construction of the project has also progressed extremely well. “We feel good about the whole project,” JWCC President Bill Simpson said. “All major parts of the college will be on one campus.” Simpson toured the building recently, his first close look at the work started last spring. “This will really add to what John Wood is able to do for the community.” he said.

Quincy Herald, Quincy, IL.