The Mattingly Concrete torch has been passed to the second generation, Will Mattingly, as of 1/2017. Dan Mattingly is still around occasionally and is a highly valued member of our team, just in a new capacity, primarily as consultant. During the last 5 years, new energy has arrived in the form of new team members, a re-vamped emphasis on company culture, a large investment into company assets from employee benefits to new technology, the latest and greatest equipment, and a monster fleet. Our growth and sustained success has been noted in publications such as the Indianapolis Business Journal and INC 5000 Magazine. Much of this has been made possible by our amazing customer base and our loyal employees, both long term veterans and new.
Mattingly Concrete has completed roughly 2,200 individual projects over the last 4 years in the Indianapolis market alone. Averaging about 100 projects a year from 1987-2012, things have definitely changed. To scale this way has been a great challenge and our core values have extended to every corner of today's operation. We pride ourselves in constantly improving our processes to provide our customers (both residential and commercial) with a better than ever experience with each new project. We track almost every aspect of our business, not to only gauge efficiency that allows us to stay competitive, but to always improve. Our culture within is one that preaches cleanliness, honesty, integrity, and hard work. No project goes by without its challenges, but we enjoy the possibility of meeting and exceeding expectations. Not every job is for us,
We set expectations in more ways than one. Through in house educational videos and articles provided to our customers, on site meetings, and the best pre-project planning we can provide. Expectations are set by your contractor, no matter who or how, they are setting them. If someone shows up to an estimate clean and happy, wouldn't you expect the crew to appear and act the same? We strive to set these expectations correctly, be clear and concise, and follow through on our word. The customer has the power to use whomever they would like, but we want to remain close or at the top of the professionalism scale.
We are humbled by the opportunities we have been provided, but also realize the work never stops. To be good, we must constantly keep "being good" in mind.
“Be true to yourself, help others, make each day your masterpiece, make friendship a fine art, drink deeply from good books – especially the Bible, build a shelter against a rainy day, give thanks for your blessings and pray for guidance every day.” – John Wooden
Will Mattingly - President