Our Values


  • Take Responsibility
  • Be Authentic
  • Earn Trust


  • Be humbly grateful of every opportunity that presents itself.


  • Safety
  • Ingenuity
  • Teamwork
  • Pride
  • Exceed Expectations


  • Strive to be the leader in our industry and community.
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  • Igel Workers giving back to the community

Mission Statement

Igel will be the company of choice, proudly building with a team that cares.

Vision Statement

Igel Strives to be the positive and creative driving
force of the construction industry.


We are a company that values our community.

The George J. Igel & Co., Inc. has long held its responsibility to give back to the community as a core value.

The company sponsors a number of community events, but more importantly, the employees have a committee that organizes coat drives, food drives and community projects involving employees, friends and spouses to help the communities.


Formal recognition of our achievemnts

  • Builders Exchange Cornerstone Award
    The Builders Exchange Cornerstone Award was created in 1954 to honor an individual who exemplifies outstanding service and commitment to the local construction industry and community. The Company has earned this award three times:

    1958: George J. Igel Sr.
    1994: William P. Igel
    1997: George J. Igel Jr.
  • Builders Exchange President's Award
    Initiated in 1979, the BX President's Award is given to an individual who has volunteered countless hours behind the scenes to develop Exchange programs. The company has earned this award one time:

    2002: Joseph A. Igel
  • Builders Exchange Craftsmanship Award
    The company's craftspeople have built projects to a quality that has been recognized as exemplary by the BX. The company has had six award winners for work for grading, rip-rap placement and hardscape concrete.

    1982: J. Matheny, Honda Plant Site Grading
    1986: C. Hemming, Municipal Coal & Refuse Burning Power Plant
    1997: R. Wears, Port Columbus International Airport
    2001: G. Shafer, OSU Stadium project
    2002: S. Childers, O'Shaughnessy Hydroelectric Plant
    2010: D. Decker, Scioto Mile Project
  • Builders Exchange Safety Innovation Award
    The company has earned recognition for three unique safety ideas from its peers.

    2002/2003: for an engineered-approved "doghouse shelter" that is fastened to the back of a trench box to protect crew members while pipe is being set or the box is being slid during work in a deep sewer.
    2008/2009: for a manhole top with a guardrail system and access for catwalks.
    2009/2010: for a corporation stop remover that can directly access the corporation stop, remove it and plug the tapped bore.
  • 2001 Ohio Contractor's Association Safety Award
  • Award of Excellence - Ohio Concrete Construction Association

    2002: Airport Apron Rehab
    2004: Glycol Collection System
  • 2008 Family Business of the Year Award
    The Family Business Center of Central Ohio has recognized George J. Igel & Co., Inc. for its succession implementation and its service to its employees and the community.

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