Trust. Experience. Know-How. Skill.
Founded in 1996, by the father/son team of Ed and Aaron Koder, Midwest Contracting has established itself as one of the top building contractors in Ohio. Our goal is to provide customers with high-quality solutions that are delivered on-time and in-budget. Our team of experienced, skilled construction professionals is key to helping us achieve that goal.
Everyone at Midwest Contracting is dedicated to providing high-quality craftsmanship, professional project management, accurate estimates and a safe construction environment on each and every project. That dedication has led to a project portfolio we’re proud to share and a long list of customers who choose to work with us again and again.
• Aaron C. Koder, Owner & President
Aaron and his father Ed Koder founded Midwest Contracting in 1996. In 2005, Aaron became the sole owner of Midwest Contracting. With over 20 years in the construction field, Aaron has extensive field experience and comprehensive understanding of estimating and project management. His in-depth knowledge of all aspects of contracting are valuable assets for our clients and the foundation for the business.
• Ruben Fuerst, Senior Estimator
Ruben brings over 30 years of lump sum and design/build estimating expertise. With his thorough and wide-range of estimating experience (healthcare, automotive, retail, food service, etc.), Ruben’s estimating and job buyout knowledge ensures our customers receive the best value for their construction dollar.
• Thomas R. DuBois, Senior Project Manager/Senior Estimator
Tom has extensive knowledge in preconstruction and project management and brings additional design/build expertise to the Midwest Team. From preliminary design to project completion, Tom offers over 35 years of construction experience. Tom has a Bachelor degree in Construction Technology from Bowling Green State University and an Associates Degree in Architectural and Engineering Technology from The University of Toledo.
• Neil Raymond, Senior Project Manager
Neil brings over 20 years of professional design and architectural field services experience. His thorough knowledge of client management, project management, and design oversight has been achieved through his involvement on projects including healthcare facilities, education K-12 and higher ed, and senior living and care centers. Neil holds an Associates degree of Applied Science in Architecture Technology from the University of Toledo.
• Marcus Price, Estimator / Project Manager
Marcus has an expanse array of experience. He has worked on everything from classroom renovations at Bowling Green State University, to complete construction of McDonald’s and Burger King. Marcus started his carpenter apprenticeship with Midwest Contracting, eventually working his way to Superintendent and now as a Estimator/Project Manager. His hands-on experience helps to ensure accurate estimates and a complete scope of work during project execution.
To be more than just the best building contractor.
To make construction a positive experience
• Be trustworthy
• Building lasting relationships
• Work hard
• Work smart
• Keep learning
“Midwest Contracting Inc. and their onsite crew were very conscientious about their work and very easy to work with. When problems arose, they presented options and walked us through them. I would not hesitate to recommend them to another agency. “
“Midwest Contracting Inc. has a high quality workmanship and professional manner in which they completed their scope of work in helping BGSU accomplishing their goal of providing our students with on-time completions of our projects”
“We have enjoyed working with Midwest Contracting Inc. since 2010. In working with they over the years we have learned that their honesty and integrity are paramount and we can trust the job will exceed our expectations, without question.”
“Midwest Contracting Inc. was given the challenge of renovating our 1928 building and doing it in two phases so we could continue to use part of it. They did a great job and were very respectful of the residents that continued to occupy part of the building during the renovation. Would definitly work with them again.”