Hansen-Rice, Inc. is an American nationwide design-build general contracting company that is primarily focused on industrial, processing, commercial and agricultural construction.
Hansen-Rice, Inc. specializes in the following industrial construction services:
- Raw Product Storage
- Controlled Atmosphere
- Refrigerated Warehouse
- Steel Erection
- General Contracting
- Building Envelope
- Food Processing Plant
- Potato Storage Facilities
- Cold Storage Warehouse
- Industrial Construction
Currently Hansen-Rice is licensed in all 50 states. Its capabilities include site design and master planning; in-house architectural design and engineering; refrigeration; structural steel buildings; roof sheeting; and insulated metal panels.
Hansen-Rice also has a services division specializing in small scale remodeling; building evaluations; preventative maintenance; facilities management; and tenant improvements.
The company was founded in 1983 by Dan Hansen and Ivan Rice and is headquartered in Nampa, Idaho. In 2004, it received national recognition as the top metal building company for the year from Metal Construction News. That year, it built a 48-acre (190,000 m2) distribution center for a large international corporation. It builds a wide variety of buildings, including freezer/coolers, distribution centers, offices and sports fields. These include the Idaho Sports Complex and a state-of-the-art practice field for Boise State University.
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