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Builders of
community spirit

Your project is meaningful

You’ve already devoted a great deal of time planning your project’s place in the future in your community. It would be our honor to help you bring it to life. As a Native American-owned construction company, Woodstone provides exceptional services for diverse communities across the country through honest and transparent collaborations.

LCO Housing render

Our Calling

Building people, relationships, and communities to create lasting legacies.

  • 81

    total projects completed

  • 16

    states we’ve worked in

  • 45

    tribal communities
    we work with

  • 2.7 M

    total square footage built

“LSE has collaborated very closely with Woodstone, Inc. on several projects for Native American clients and we know that Woodstone is the absolute best! They are great listeners, very thoughtful, competent and innovative with how project success is approached as an integrated team with the owner and architect – an exceptional team that delivers on its promises…. lots of shared successes over several years working with Woodstone.”

Mohammed Lawal,
FAIA, NOMA, CEO & Principal Architect, LSE Architects, Inc.
AIA College of Fellows Inductee, 2021

“Woodstone has always provided exceptional service. They are knowledgeable and creative and always provide a quality product, on time and on budget. Tribes need to work with contractors who understand the unique needs of Tribes. Woodstone strives to support this by employing as many Native American trade personnel as possible and they have an excellent track record of supporting Tribal hiring goals.”

Charlie Vig, Chairman, Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC)

“I have worked as the owner representative on numerous projects with Woodstone. They are one of few companies that truly understand and have compassion for Native American communities. You could not find a more dedicated group of people committed to the success of Native Americans and the desire to infuse our culture and people into their business, all with the utmost respect. A shining example of this was when Woodstone and the Lac Courte Oreilles Nation worked together to rehabilitate and build a much-needed housing project that provided tribal citizens with a place to call home that is safe, supportive and that honors the culture of the community. Woodstone solved decades of issues with government funded homes that were causing serious health problems for residents by recommending a process for rebuilding the homes so they would last well into the future. This demonstrated commitment to the LCO Tribe will be felt well beyond our lifetime.”

Mark Montano,
COO, Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe University
Former Executive Director, Lac Courte Oreilles Housing Authority
Former Director of Tribal Operations, Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa
Former Vice-Chairman, Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa

“Woodstone is committed to working with Tribal Nations and understands that each Nation is unique. Their approach starts with listening, learning, and establishing relationships built on trust, respect and understanding. I have had the honor of working with Woodstone on their “Matter of Respect” initiative which creates a base of knowledge for their employees and promotes a work culture that understands the perspective of Native American clients. This makes Woodstone a trusted and thoughtful partner on a variety of projects. They have earned a great reputation with Tribal Nations by taking the time to learn about the culture, history, relationship with the land and present-day goals. Woodstone lives the message that they build more than just buildings, they help create communities. And, they are building more than relationships, they are contributing to a sustaining legacy.”

Andrew (Andy) Vig, Director Hocokata Ti, Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC)