Vietzke is a charter member of my personal PWCA3 group.
They are Professionals Who Care and Always Act Accordingly. They are the ones who share my values, my work ethic, my attention to detail, and an overriding desire to do the job right - no matter what. Period.
Consistent kudos to Danny, Brad, and Ty - and to Hank and Brett before them - for ALWAYS delivering on their promise of quality work and dedication to the jobs I ask them to perform. I have never met Paul Vietzke, but he certainly makes great choices in the people who represent him in business.
You won’t be disappointed by Vietzke. Period.
UPDATE December 30 2017:
We recently contracted Vietzke to burst and replace our 1955 vintage "Orangeburg" sewer main at Manito Presbyterian Church. It was a big job and Vietze was the winning low bid, by quite a lot. Things got more complicated once the digging began - there were several wye fittings in the cast iron pipe, the Orangeburg itself was hard to find, and the water main was leaking from years of deterioration. It looked like swiss cheese.
Vietzke quoted a VERY fair price to add the new water main to the scope of work, and they got on it FAST. Since there is a school attached to the church, the crew agreed to do the water line work after school hours to minimize headaches for students, parents, and teachers. Many kudos to Nathan and his crew, including Chris and Patrick to name a few, for their total dedication to doing the work quickly and correctly. This, in spite of cold weather and dark afternoons, was their top priority. You really have to admire these guys - they live their job even when things get tough going.
Probably most important to the church and congregation - never once did Vietzke come off their quote bid, nor did they try to play games with the scope of the work. They did what they promised they would do, they always communicated with us, and they really did the job right.
Oh, and at the end, a giant mountain of excavated dirt and boulders which temporarily occupied our front lawn on 29th Avenue, suddenly disappeared on the last day. It almost appeared as if they had never been there...but I assure you that they were there.
Two thumbs up to Vietzke!