Historic Bozeman building to welcome new tenant this spring

One of Bozeman’s historic buildings just completed renovations, and a new tenant is about to move in. Gallatin Laundry first opened in 1918 and operated for nearly 100 years. It closed in 2017, but renovations completed in early 2022 aimed to restore the original brick and the outside neon sign. Read article on nbcmontana.com

RVU breaks ground on Billings medical school

The groundbreaking ceremony on Monday for the new Billings campus of Rocky Vista University was held against the backdrop of the new school’s completed concrete foundation and steel-beam skeleton. Read article on billingsgazette.com

Safety Center January 2021 Update

The BPSC is being constructed on the old Montana Department of Transportation maintenance yard at 901 North Rouse. Preparation for construction included the removal, recycling and repurposing of 12 buildings on the site. This work is resulting in the reuse of an important property in the heart of the City. Site work began in early… continue reading

Local building gets top environmental certification

A Bozeman building finished in early 2017 was recently awarded the highest possible certification for sustainable buildings awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council. The SxS building at 387 Gallatin Park Dr., designed by Billings-based High Plains Architects and built by Langlas & Associates, now holds the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) platinum… continue reading

Bozeman High’s $29 million makeover begins

Wendy Tage laughed as she threw clumps of dirt at one of Bozeman High School‘s old red brick walls, symbolizing her eagerness the start demolishing the old wings so the school’s $29.5 million renovation can finally begin. Demolition of the old wings is going to begin this week to make way for Bozeman High’s new… continue reading

Despite virus, Gallatin High School is 90% finished

Despite the coronavirus outbreak, construction workers are still making good progress at Bozeman’s second high school. Gallatin High is now 90% complete. And it has dinosaur tracks imprinted in the concrete walkway entering the school to represent the new school mascot, the Raptors. Read article on bozemandailychronicle.com

Langlas & Associates wins MCA award for Best Historic Restoration

Each year, the MCA takes time out to look back at the exceptional work of its members and recognize those who have excelled at their craft in the categories of building, concrete, environmental, and highway. Awards are announced and distributed at the MCA Annual Meeting and Convention in January. Langlas & Associates won “Best Historic… continue reading

Bozeman High’s $29 million makeover to start in June

The $29.5 million renovation of Bozeman High School will begin as soon as school gets out in June, and one of the first things to happen will be the razing of four older brick classroom wings along North 11th Avenue. Read article on bozemandailychronicle.com

Langlas Wins Three 2019 Awards For Excellence

Langlas & Associates, General Contractors has been chosen by the Bozeman Beautification Advisory Board for 2019 Awards for Excellence in three different categories: 2019 Award for Excellence in Sustainable Style – Community Food Co-Op, West Main 2019 Award for Excellence in Boldly Bozeman – Story Mill Park 2019 Award for Excellence in Density by Design… continue reading

Cannery Flats Webcam

  Cannery District Partners and Monroe Residential Partners are developing two separate buildings at the Cannery: building “M” and “L”. Building “M” in the background is a build-to-suit office building for a single tenant with an expected delivery of August 2020. Building “L” in the foreground is a mixed-use building with 52 residential apartment units… continue reading

Lockwood High School on schedule for class of ’23

David Jay | KTVQ.com LOCKWOOD- Plans are moving forward for the future Lockwood High School. More than 100 8th graders for the class of 2023 registered for school last week. The board will be looking to hire coaches and administrators at its next meeting, according to Superintendent Tobin Novasio. Construction of the $49.9 million high… continue reading

Positive Momentum for Montana Medical Aesthetics

Color and lighting were two key components at the construction of 2664 Grand Ave. Owners Char and David Ayre, of Montana Medical Aesthetics, wanted a lot of natural light and warm, inviting colors to create a relaxing and homey setting for their patients. When you first walk through the doors, a teal accent loveseat pops… continue reading

Big Projects in the Big Sky State

Written by: Jim Cavan | Produced by: Ian Nichols | For Blueprint Magazine A crew of workers clad in hardhats and neon yellow vests emerges from the bottom left corner of the screen. In the distance, a ten-story crane awaits the day’s first payload, while trucks carrying industrial pipes hug the massive concrete wall. It’s… continue reading

Big Projects in the Big Sky State

Written by: Jim Cavan | Produced by: Ian Nichols | For Blueprint Magazine A crew of workers clad in hardhats and neon yellow vests emerges from the bottom left corner of the screen. In the distance, a ten-story crane awaits the day’s first payload, while trucks carrying industrial pipes hug the massive concrete wall. It’s… continue reading

Final touches for new elementary

Rankin Elementary will be ready to roar on the first day of school Aug. 29. The paint was still drying Tuesday when the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce toured the new 58,032-square-foot, two-story building. Read the full article.

Bozeman High School Webcam

Bozeman High School has broken ground, and all of us at Langlas couldn’t be more excited. Want to get in on the action? Check out our live webcam: Use the arrow on the left to select from a variety of time-lapse recordings taken recently. We are excited to bring this project to life in our… continue reading

Big Sky Continues to Boom

The Big Sky Town Center continues to buzz with activity, and Langlas is in the very center of the action. Here are aerial shots of our work on the Town Center Hotel, as well as Building #3. We’re proud of the progress and excited to see it continue to take shape over the summer.

Langlas Receives Outstanding Community Partner Award

Langlas and Associates is humbled to be a recipient of the Outstanding Community Partner Award from Billings Catholic Schools. It has been an honor and a privilege to work on your amazing school together!

MCA Award Winners

It was a great trip to the Montana Contractor’s Association Awards! Langlas is proud to have walked away with not one, but two awards for our work on BZN Hangars 1 and 2. They were: 1st Place in the category of Industrial / Commercial Projects over $5 million 1st Place in the category of Concrete… continue reading

Bozeman Pea Cannery District

Langlas is proud to have played a role in the revitalization of the Bozeman Pea Cannery District. Curious about the history of the district? We’ve got you covered: check out the article in this recent edition of Montana Historian… Bozeman Pea Cannery District – Montana Historian

Progress Being Made on Kalispell Elementary School

At Langlas, we’re always looking to improve the communities we live and work in. This elementary school in Kalispell will change lives for thousands of students who will pass through its door in the years to come. Thanks KPAX for the update! KPAX.com | Continuous News | Missoula & Western Montana

Ben Steele Middle School: Early and Under Budget

Langlas is proud to be the general contractor for this fantastic project on Billings’ West End. With the hard work of all the contractors involved, the school is being completed early and nearly $500,000 under budget. More info from local news station Q2: http://www.ktvq.com/story/35710803/ben-steele-middle-school-under-budget-ahead-of-schedule KTVQ.com | Q2 | Continuous News Coverage | Billings, MT

Breaking Ground on New Kalispell Elementary School

Soil has officially been turned at the site of the first new elementary school to be built in Kalispell in 30 years. About two dozen community members gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday at an open field in South Kalispell where a new $15.2 million school will be constructed. The 25-acre property is located about… continue reading

Students Sign Gym Floor as School Nears Completion

Our friends at St. Francis came by to sign the concrete floors on the new Billings Catholic K-8 School. We’ll be covering all their hard work with hardwood next week 🙂 The Billings Gazette came by to get some great photos… check out the work in progress! Article on Gazette Website

Project Featured in the NY Times

Big Sky is a small corner of Montana that is getting national attention. Check out this article from the New York Times that highlights a number of developments in the area, including Big Sky Medical Center, a Langlas project.

Concrete Pour

First 460 of 2,500 yards at 3 AM!

MSU Dining Hall

Work is underway for the new MSU Dining Hall.

Billings YMCA Tour

Langlas and Associates superintendent Lane Huffman talks to preschool children Friday during a tour of the Family renovation at the Billings Family YMCA. Click below to read the entire story billings-ymca-preschooler

New Missoula Office

Langlas has worked in Missoula for the past 20 years and made the decision to open an office this December. We have 2 superintendents plus a labor crew located in Missoula. We are excited to further our relationships in the Missoula area! Please contact us at the following location: 280 East Front Ste B Missoula,… continue reading

Spire Grand Opening

We’re proud to announce the Grand Opening for Spire Climbing and Fitness’ new facility. It’s so rewarding to see a great project come together. Find out more at their website: www.spireclimbingcenter.com/grand-opening-celebration