About Us


Bruce Haupert’s experience began in high school maintaining his father’s rental homes. After high school, and attending college at DePauw University, he began work in the new home industry both framing and trimming.

His four years of drafting and serious interest in architecture as well as an art background makes Bruce more than comfortable with the design aspects of the construction business.

Haupert Construction and Co., Inc. is family owned and operated. Bruce works both onsite and in the office preparing estimates and tracking job progress. He can help with design and prepare drawings as needed. His wife, Jeanne takes care of bookkeeping, keeps the office in good order and is a great contact for customer needs.

Haupert Construction has been meeting the remodeling and new home construction needs of the Michiana community since 1980, bringing 75 years of combined experience. They will work with the client as a general contractor managing the whole project, or they will work on any aspect of the project to help the customer bring their ideas to fruition. They are fully licensed, insured and bonded to protect both their workers’ and their clients’ interests. They are members of the National Association of Home Builder’s (www.nahb.org), The Indiana Builders Association (www.buildindiana.org), and The Home Builder’s Association of St. Joseph Valley, Inc. (www.hbasjv.com).


Bruce Haupert has completed courses as a Certified Graduate Builder and Certified Graduate Remodeler, and most recently attended classes to qualify for the Certified Green Professional designation. The CGB-CGR and associated programs provide professional credentials to builders and remodelers who complete the program’s educational requirements and meet prescribed standards of business experience and practices.

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Beyond Our Walls

Bruce has participated in several outreach projects including a trip to Sudan, Africa in 2005 to help build a storage facility for refugees returning to their homeland, Pensacola, Florida in 2006 to help with ongoing rebuilding after Hurricane Ivan, and several trips to the New Orleans area rebuilding homes since Katrina. Locally he’s been involved in Habitat for Humanity, and Christmas in April Projects. It is Bruce’s belief that "we should use our gifts to help others in need."