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  • 1946 - Company founded as church painting company in Sioux Falls, S.D.
  • 1952 - Fort Scott, Kansas office opened as a branch to service Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
  • 1956 - Fort Scott, Kansas established as headquarters. Sioux Falls is converted to a branch office to service South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota and Iowa. Company incorporated as Mid-Continental Waterproofing Company Inc.
  • 1959 – Indianapolis, Indiana office opened to service the Indianapolis and surrounding area.
  • 1970 - Jacksonville, Illinois office opened to service the St. Louis, Missouri area and the state of Illinois.
  • 1974 - Dallas/Fort Worth area office opened to service the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas and Louisiana restoration market.
  • 1976 - An Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) is established.
  • 1977 - Murfreesboro, Tennessee office opened to service, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi markets.
  • 1980 - Name changed to Mid-Continental Restoration Company, Inc., (MCR).
  • 1993 - Austin office opened.
  • 1994 - Masonry Division established. Fort Scott headquarters relocated to a new, larger facility and added corporate safety director.
  • 1999 - Midco Contractors, Inc., Kansas City, Mo., a wholly-owned MCR subsidiary, opened.
  • 2001 - MCR became 100 percent owned by employees. Oklahoma City office opened.
  • 2002 - Fort Scott headquarters facility expanded, doubling the office and warehouse space.
  • 2007 - Mid-Co Contractors, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary, closed.