Briner Building was founded in 1969 in Bluffton, Indiana, with a specialization in agriculture, constructing commercial Butler® engineered grain bins, elevators and farm buildings. Today, we are a design/build general contractor that provides full-service construction management, specializing in design-build Butler® Building Systems. Our construction experience ranges from 5,000 sf buildings to over 500,000 sf industrial building systems in Northeast Indiana and Ohio. We’re the first metal building assembler based in Indiana to obtain the prestigious AC478 Accreditation for Metal Building Assemblers Inspection, a standard recognizing metal building assemblers committed to excellence. We also offer building maintenance construction services and reroofing expertise.
Since we began working with Briner Building in 1998, our relationship has been built on trust. We count on their honesty, integrity and expertise. Eight successful projects later, they still exceed our expectations, without question.”
Smith Brothers of Berne
We serve clients who are vision-oriented, just like us. And when they have a dream, they come to us to make it a reality. But we don’t do it alone. Our employees and clients work hand-in-hand to bring the vision to life. Together, we’re a team, and we deliver our best, every time.
Our talented and experienced team is deeply committed to building the highest quality into every project. Our alliance with Butler Manufacturing, who shares that commitment, is one more way we ensure we hit the mark–every time
We treat the people we work with the way we want to be treated–with respect and fairness at the heart of everything we do. Period.
We treat our clients’ resources as if they’re our own, dependably managing budgets and reinforcing construction best-practices.
We’ve called this community home for five decades. We’re passionate about being part of its future, and we contribute mightily to its growth, prosperity and momentum.
Everything we do, we do alongside our clients every step of the way–from daydream to ribbon cutting.