General Contractor Serving the MN, WI & IA Tri-State Area

Wastewater Treatment Plant

Wapasha Construction is one of the most respected constructors of water and wastewater treatment facilities and utilities in the Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa region.

Lift Stations

Companies trust Wapasha Construction for dependable, on-time construction for lift station projects and repairs.

Water Reservoirs

Over the last twenty-five years Wapasha Constructions has specialized in the design of civil concrete structures for local councils.

Lock & Dam

Wapasha Construction’s experience on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers projects demonstrates our ability to self perform many of the procedures needed to approach large lock and dam construction projects.

Iron Removal Plants

With over a decade of experience working on iron removal water plant construction, Wapasha Construction offers the team and coordination needed to complete projects on time and on budget.

Aquatic Centers

We specialize in working through the mid-western winter climate as most water parks in our area need to be built during the winter so the community can be ready to use their new pool by early summer.

Commercial Construction

Wapasha Construction’s team led by proven performer Tom Peplinski, prides itself on their reputation for delivering a quality product on time and on budget, maximizing the dollars invested.

Churches

From renovations to remodels and additions, Wapasha Construction offers the experience and skills needed in church construction projects.

General Contractor Serving the MN, WI & IA Tri-State Area

Wastewater Treatment Plant
Lift Stations
Water Reserviors
Lock & Dam
Iron Removal Plants
Aquatic Centers
Commercial Construction
Churches
News & Announcements

La Crosse Lift Station

Wapasha Construction is proud to have received the contract with the City of La Crosse for the  2021 EDA Storm Water Lift Stations.  This will consist of various work to be preformed at 4 Lift Station locations within the city.  We look forward to working with the City of La Crosse Engineering Department.  Total contract: $6,665,500.00

Caledonia Wastewater Treatment Plant

Wapasha has been award the new Wastewater Treatment Plant project in Caledonia, MN  We look forward to working with City of Caledonia along with construction of  the Well House 8 improvements.   Total contracts $13,529,400 for the WWTP and  Well House $1,114,000.

Lanesboro, MN New WWTP

Wapasha Construction is proud to announce that we have been awarded the contract for the construction of new Wastewater Treatment Facility in Lanesboro, MN, for the sum of $7,920,777.00.  Wapasha Construction looks forward to being part of a very significant and important facility for the City of Lanesboro.  We look forward to working with the City of Lanesboro and Bolton and Menk Engineering.

Our Customers Say…

The Board of Directors of St. Mary’s Cemetery Association thank you for your generous contribution of the use of the crane and labor to place our columbarium. As a non-profit, we rely on the support from our community, we appreciate what your have done to help our cemetery.

Msgr. Thomas Hargesheimer, St. Mary’s Cemetery Association

“I have continually been impressed by the generous support of people like you who have embraced our mission and helped us create better tomorrows for children and families throughout the region.”

John Burgess, President/CEO, Family & Children’s Center

Just want you to know that Ralph Townsend; the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts who oversees Mine’, Phelps and Watkins buildings, stopped yesterday and expressed his utmost appreciation on the TERRIFIC job that was done in the Gallery. The art directors just love the quality of work that was done. Great job to all.

Steve Ronkowski, Winona State University

Thank you for the beautiful work you did to make the Cathedral such a beautiful environment. We have a wonderful environment to worship in and for sacramental life for our parish family and the Diocese of Winona.

Fr. Colletti, Rector, Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Testimonials