HUTTON’S DELANO OFFICE BUILDING IS AN INVESTMENT IN ITS WORKFORCE
Hutton prepares to move its corporate headquarters to the Delano area as the company continues to grow and expand.
10.9.19 | Brett Weller
THINK YOU REMEMBER THE OLD COLEMAN CO. SPACE? COCOA DOLCE HAS A SURPRISE
Anyone who has ever stepped into the longtime Coleman Co. space at the southwest corner of Second and St. Francis likely would be stunned to see it now.
6.27.19 | Abby Taylor
‘A SPECTACULAR UPGRADE’ AT WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY
Groundbreaking held for Student-Athlete Success Center at Wichita State University.
5.1.19 | Taylor Dietterich
MEET BOB MILLER, PIVOTAL INFLUENCE IN COMPANY MERGER
Bob Miller feels that Hutton and Busboom & Rauh share similar values and commitment to the company’s and the community’s continued success.
4.26.19 | Brett Weller
WORK CONTINUES AT KANSAS STATE’S HALE LIBRARY
As work progresses to restore Hale Library at Kansas State University after a catastrophic fire, library staff took time to interview Hutton’s on-site superintendents.
4.2.19 | Brett Weller
NEW WICHITA STATE STUDENT ATHLETE CENTER MOVES FORWARD
A $10.4 million contract to build a new Student-Athlete Success Center and renovate parts of Charles Koch Arena at Wichita State University has been awarded to Hutton, a Wichita-based construction firm.
2.12.19 | Brett Weller
SWEET DEAL WILL PUT COCOA DOLCE HEADQUARTERS IN FORMER COLEMAN BUILDING
Gourmet chocolate maker move its headquarters and production facility into historic Coleman building.
2.12.19 | Brett Weller
MEMBER MINUTE WITH HUTTON
Hutton CEO Ben Hutton was recently interviewed by the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce.
1.24.19 | Brett Weller
COLLEGE PROJECT FOR HUTTON EMPLOYEE EARNS NATIONAL RECOGNITION
Tiara Ewy, Hutton field engineer, was one of four students recognized for their senior group project at the Associated General Contractors of America’s 100th Annual National Convention April 1-4 in Denver.
1.15.19 | Brett Weller
HUTTON ACQUIRES SALINA CONSTRUCTION FIRM
Hutton has acquired Busboom & Rauh, a commercial and industrial construction firm in Salina, Kansas.
11.13.18 | Brett Weller
RESTORED B-29 ‘DOC’ FINDS HOME IN PERMANENT HANGAR
One of two operational B-29 Superfortress planes left in the world now has a permanent home in Wichita.
11.11.18 | Brett Weller
HALE EMPTY, MOVING TOWARD CONSTRUCTION PROCESS
An accident caused the roof of Hale Library on Kansas State University’s campus to catch fire. Hutton is working with the university through the recovery effort to remodel the building.
10.29.18 | Brett Weller
ANDOVER SCHOOL DISTRICT BREAKS GROUND ON NEW HIGH SCHOOL
Andover school district officials broke ground on a new Andover High School, the largest project of a bond issue approved last year.
8.29.18 | Brett Weller
SCOTT COUNTY BEGINS MIDDLE SCHOOL RENOVATIONS
Following the recently completed sports complex and high school entrance upgrades, Scott County USD 466 began its extensive construction and renovation project at its middle school.
8.27.18 | Brett Weller
HUTTON SHORTENS NAME, ADDS SERVICES
Hutton Construction is shortening its name to Hutton, a move that coincides with added services in an effort to provide a better experience for its clients throughout Kansas and the Midwest.
8.24.18 | Brett Weller
DIGNITARIES CELEBRATE SPAGHETTI WORKS DEVELOPMENT
Groundbreaking ceremony held for new $23 million development.
7.31.18 | Brett Weller
NEW SMITH COUNTY HOSPITAL SET TO OPEN
A new hospital for Smith Center, Kansas.
7.26.18 | Brett Weller
DESIGN BUILD NO LONGER THE ALTERNATIVE
Design build to deliver almost half of US projects by 2021.
5.21.18 | Brett Weller
FARM CREDIT BANK BUILDING GETTING UPGRADES
Downtown office building will soon have new amenities for tenants.
5.18.18 | Brett Weller
WEST WICHITA MEDICAL CLINIC EXPANDING
Creating 1,300-square-feet for imaging equipment.
5.7.18 | Brett Weller
WORK TO BEGIN ON SPAGHETTI WORKS REMODEL
The existing structure will be remodeled into a 41-unit apartment building.
5.1.18 | Brett Weller
NORTHRIDGE VETERINARY CLINIC EXPANDING
To keep up with the growing demand for their services.