Building Construction and Renovation

Clint Stencil Construction is your contractor in South Dakota.

Front view of the Kouri Building, owned by Lon J. Kouri, at 6805 S Minnesota Ave, Sioux Falls, SD. It's a 2-story commercial construction with a beautiful 1/2 brick and 1/2 light tan siding exterior.
The interior view of the First American Bank & Trust lobby with rich red wood and a modern light tan walls and extended ceiling
The interior of the Sioux Falls Ford showroom with 3 shiny and new vehicles on 26th street. The exposed industrial ceiling adds a classy and modern feel to the aesthetics.

Quality is the Key!

Clint Stencil Construction takes pride in our commercial and industrial developments and renovations. With more than 30 commercial developments and a number of commitments growing, we strive to deliver quality and reliability to our customers for their commercial property needs.

We are small enough to provide the kind of personal service you want and big enough to tackle any size commercial project you need. Clint Stencil is a straight shooter who prides himself on doing it right the first time – providing top quaility work on time and on budget.

What is included in Commercial Construction?

Commercial construction includes the process of new construction or renovation of the following commercial and institutional establishments.


Government Buildings


Federal Buildings


Hotels and motels


Public Warehouse


Institutional Buildings

  • Schools
  • Educational buildings
  • Hospital
  • Libraries

Sports Facilities

  • Recreational Facilities
  • Arenas
  • Indoor Gymnasium
  • Tennis Courts


  • Non-Profit Facilities
  • Office Buildings
  • Office Complexes

Religious Buildings

  • Churches
  • Synagogues
  • Temples
  • Mausoleums

Transportation Facilities

  • Bus Shelter
  • Teminals
  • Hangars
  • Stations

Commercial building & construction takes specialized experience.

Over 50 commercial building projects already completed with more underway.

From school to retail, auto dealerships, manufacturing facilities, and federal office buildings, Clint Stencil has tackled just about every type of commercial construction project out there.

Planned and managed dozens of projects in substantial cities and small suburbs.

Skilled at navigating the regulatory and political processes required during a commercial build.

Familiarity with many types of building methods including steel framed, preformed concrete, etc.

Overseen the installation of specialized structures and equipment.

Attention to detail from start to finish.

The exterior view of the Design Tanks building located at 612 W. Blackhawn Street in Sioux Falls, SD includes the signage with their logo and an structure with a combination of light blue and tan that blends well with the sky.

The Commercial Construction Process

When it comes to hiring the right general contractor for your next commercial construction or renovation project, it’s important to use experienced contractors who are committed to quality and doing it right the first time. That’s what you get with Clint Stencil Construction. With over 40 years of experience in the building and construction industry, we bring the experience, expertise, and committment needed.

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We listen to your needs to gain a full understanding of your construction needs.

Step 1

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We create a design customized to your desired objectives .

Step 2

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We provide your or your investors with an estimated cost and timeline

Step 3

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We work to ensure your project stays on track.

Step 4

Let’s discuss your commercial construction project.
Call today (605) 271-3346.

Our Projects

Browse through our collection of commercial construction and renovation projects to learn more about the quality workmanship we produce.

Frequently Asked Questions

Still have questions?

Do you still build single family homes?

Not really, no. However, custom homes are built on an extremely limited basis for past customers, family, and close friends. Instead, for the past 20 years, Clint Stencil has focused on Multifamily housing and the construction or remodeling of commercial buildings.

What does commercial construction cost?

From the low six-figures all the way up to $27 million, has been the experience of Clint Stencil Construction over the years. The cost of any one commercial construction is entirely dependent on the scope of the individual project.

How long does a commercial construction project take?

While timelines are highly subjective and heavily depend on the scope of the project, we work with each of our clients to create a timeline that is both acceptable and realistic.

Do you have plans available?

Yes, in fact we have many plans that can be used for reference, if you would like to review them. As a result of our extensive experience and long history, these plans are available for your reference if needed. Sometimes, clients find a plan that can be reused with only slight modifications, while other projects call for completely custom solutions. For example, the remodeling of the Bekins building in Sioux City into the luxury lofts of now known as Hons Apartments required nearly a dozen unique floor plans to be developed.

Should we consider commercial renovation or a new commercial building construction?

Consider the following variables, such as location, building history, condition, current and future business needs, disruption to ongoing operations, to name a few. This is always a good question with many variables to consider. Still, we understand that this decision can be a difficult one to make. We’re more than happy to sit down with you and review all of the considerations to make, discuss the advantages and disadvantages for each option, and help you determine the best solution for your business needs.

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