Building Neighborhoods, One Family at a Time.
Moore Construction was established by Pat & Tami Moore in the spring of 1981 in Greeley, NE. Pat and Tami moved the company to Grand Island in 1985 and then to Kearney in 1993. After the move to Kearney, Moore Construction began building homes in the Eastbrooke and Stoneridge developments located northeast of town, in the Rolling Hills development located west of town, as well as in the Parkview Estates development located southwest of town. Moore Construction was incorporated in 2000.
The Parkview Estates is a development of Kelly and Laureen Rapp. Their partnership with Moore Construction, Inc has resulted in the unfolding of one of Kearney's newest and most progressive neighborhoods. The main highlights of the Parkview Estates neighborhood is the location—it is walking distance to the new Kenwood Elementary School, Yanney Park, and the swimming pool & disc golf field in Centenial Park.
In 2003, Moore Construction, Inc was nominated for the Nebraska Better Business Bureau’s Integrity award and received the Business Integrity Award for Service Excellence. The company was honored with the BBB's Bronze Member Plaque for being a member for 10 years (2001-2011). Moore Construction, Inc is currently a member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and West Central Nebraska Home Builders Association (WCNHBA) where Tami serves on the Board. Tami was also awarded with the 'Best Builder of 2011.'
Moore Construction, Inc has become one of the largest residential building firms in the community, with many sales coming from word-of-mouth referrals. Over the years, Moore Construction, Inc has evolved into a family-like team of employees, subcontractors, vendors, and other business agents resulting in efficient and effective use of time and materials to better suit the Kearney community and their future homeowners.
Jamie O’Connor came on board with Moore Construction in 2002. From an employee, to Lead Foreman, to Vice President of Operations and part owner, he has become an essential part of the company. In 2009, Jamie took over as the builder for Moore Construction, Inc and in 2012 took over as the company's President. O'Connor was then added to the company's name: Moore-O'Connor Construction, Inc. Jamie continues the company’s customer satisfaction reputation built by the late Pat Moore.
Moore-O'Connor Construction, Inc is locally owned and committed to supporting the Kearney business community. Our team of subcontractors, material suppliers, mortgage lenders, and insurance agents are local business men and women. They have proven themselves to be team-players and dedicated to the same level of customer satisfaction demanded by our company. Local ownership also provides quick response and timely follow-up for homeowners. Moore-O'Connor Construction, Inc homes are easily identified across Kearney—Parkview Estates, Eastbrooke, Stoneridge, Fountain Hills, and Rolling Hills. The Parkview area, alone, has more than 90 homes constructed over the last few years by Moore-O'Connor Construction, Inc.
Moore-O'Connor Construction, Inc strives to provide cooperation, service, responsiveness, business integrity, and quality construction for all customers before, during, and after the building process. We are proud of our reputation for service after the sale.
Moore-O'Connor Construction, Inc sponsored the Children’s Museum ‘Construction KidZone’ to aid in learned play. We also provide construction site visits for both UNK’s Construction Management and Interior Design programs to allow students to see real-life home construction and space planning. Many students from both UNK's Construction Management & Interior Design Programs have worked for the company.