Spartan Construction of Burlington celebrates its 40th anniversary.
Led by Dianne Brossart of Fort Mitchell, the construction company employs 30 people and contributes to safe and durable infrastructure in more than 12 states.
This family-run business supports connectivity and community through road and airport projects, utility and conduit work, and even racetrack work.
“Spartan has always been a game changer, both literally and figuratively,” said Dianne Brossart, president of Spartan Construction. “Our approach is the same as when we started. Spartan is committed to innovating, creating, safely completing and investigating projects that connect people and places.”
Forty years ago, Diane was a pioneer in the construction industry as the leader of a highway construction company. Even today, only 14 percent of US construction industry executives are women, according to Darcy’s Associates.
Spartan has decades of top performance. In 1998, Spartan was recognized as one of the top 300 federal highway contractors. 1999, construction digest Recognized Spartan’s success as part of the team that rebuilt Kentucky Route 9 ten months ahead of schedule, transforming a landslide-prone road into a stable five-lane highway.
“This anniversary is truly a celebration for our team,” said Brossart. “Spartan’s talented and dedicated people meet challenges with progress that contributes to the progress of the industry as a whole,” she said.
Over the years, Spartan employees have helped modernize regulations used by Departments of Transportation nationwide, from wastewater to inspection. Spartan team members are actively involved in safety initiatives like the Kentucky 811.
“As we move forward, Spartan is innovating in gutter-free service and the use of cutting-edge, environmentally safe materials and processes from roads to pipes,” she said.
In today’s project, Spartan is working hard at international and regional airports in Indiana and Kentucky to aid and support logistical advancements across the nation.
Spartan has two locations in Northern Kentucky and a regional office in South Carolina.