Chuck Holland grew up on a farm north of Forest City. After high school he
held various jobs while still farming with his family. He became known as
someone who could find the problem and fix it. No matter if it was a car engine,
tractor transmission or farm tile blowout, he knows what to do. Chuck recognized
the growing need for more agricultural drainage in the area as an opportunity.
With the purchase of a few machines he went out into business for himself
in 1964. Holland Tiling was born.
More work led to the addition of employees and a shop at the Holland farm. Over the next few years, Chucks' firm gained a reputations as the company to call when others couldn't figure out how to get the job done. He was, and still is, willing to lend his expertise and common sense ideas to projects around the country.
During the 1970's, Chuck saw more opportunities in other segments of the construction market. The company expanded into concrete work, new building and street paving. Each area led the company to expanding markets and increased profitability. The company was incorporated in 1976. During the economic downturn associated with farming in the early 1980's, HCC was positioned to maintain itself by its own diversity. The company moved into Forest City, and its present location in 1982.
Over the past many years, HCC has consistently transitioned itself upward. Chuck has provided our vision. He knows that the company needs to move from doing everything in-house, and toward providing leadership and partnering with others to complete larger projects. He also recognizes the necessity to delegate many of the duties he has held. A very capable, experienced and value-driven team has been assembled. The group has proven ability to take any project from idea to completion.
HCC will make every effort to understand what you want and answer your questions. We appreciate the chance to learn about your goals and how what we do will make your dreams come true.