Recent Projects

Sky Federal Credit Union

This addition and remodel resulted in an additional 1200 square feet of space.  The bank teller area was remodeled, along with offices, and an added reception space with customer waiting area.

Johns Manville Loading Dock

This design-build project provided an additional 3500 square feet of storage and three bays on a new loading dock.  The project included erecting a pre engineered metal building for Johns Manville, an insulation manufacturing company in Belgrade, Montana.

Powder Horn Building

The Powder Horn Building in historic downtown Bozeman was brought back to its original magnificence by the current owners.  Built in 1901 by Nelson Story, a prominent Bozeman merchant, the building has held many businesses, the most long-standing being the Powder Horn Sporting Goods Store, which has occupied the building since 1946.

In 1922, a fire gutted the Story and Fechter blocks at the northwest corner of Main Street and Black Avenue, starting in the boiler room in the basement. Further renovations and remodeling were done in the 1960's and mid 1990's. 

This project revealed the original brick facades and recreated the columns and windows, and preserved the historic alley signage.  The existing loading dock was retrofitted for a new alley entrance.

Old Faithful Cabins

Ongoing through autumn of 2016, this project involves rehabilitating 69 cabins originally built for employee housing at Old Faithful.

Bozeman Town Pump #7

R&R Taylor Construction was recently awarded the 2013 MCA Excellence Award for Best Industrial Project for our work on the newest Bozeman Town Pump.

BioScience Laboratories, Inc.

We are excited for BioScience Laboratories, Inc. and their staff who have moved into their new administration and lab buildings.

Greater Yellowstone Coalition's Energy Efficient Building

The GYC main office building is a modification of the 1913 Gallatin Valley Seed Company building located in Bozeman, MT. The space in its more recent history was used as a storage building for a few businesses in the local area.

First Security Bank of Bozeman

The 55,000 square foot building remodel consisting of a basement, main level and 2nd level was totally stripped down to the steel I-beam and column structure and was built back in five phases in a 30 month time frame.

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Livingston, Montana

R&R Taylor Construction engaged in this project as General Contractor/Construction Manager-At Risk with a Guaranteed Maximum Price. The Project Manager was involved from Pre-Construction to finish, consulting on infrastructure, working with the City of Livingston to install utilities, until the project’s completion. This 47,000 square foot office and manufacturing facility presented many challenges from the groundwater and drainage issues and having to blast rock to nature’s elements of wind, snow and rain.

West Paw Design

Taylor Construction completed new construction of the original West Paw Design manufacturing facility in July 2001. All consideration was made at that time that expansion would be a possibility. The owner needed a clear span facility so as his market changed they could reconfigure the manufacturing/ production without dealing with walls or columns. The tilt up concrete with a Behlins metal roof system would allow that.

Madison Valley Ranch

Ennis, Montana

Built in the heart of the Madison Valley, this commercial fishing lodge is an example of innovation in construction.  Utilizing concrete logs and traditional log framing and accents, the finished project provides an efficient structure that withstands the elements and requires little maintenance.

R&R Taylor Construction Recognized by MCA for Best Historic Restoration of Montana State University's Hamilton Hall

Designed by the renowned Montana-born architect, Fred F. Willson, Hamilton Hall sits on the Centennial Mall, east of Montana Hall. The building was originally a women’s dormitory, built in 1910. It was the second structure on the Montana State University campus.

Awards & Recognition

Best Industrial

Project presented for Best Industrial. Presented by the Montana Contractor’s Association Building Excellence Awards Program.

Best Custom Residence

Project presented for Best Custom Residence. Presented by the Montana Contractor’s Association Building Excellence Awards Program.

Best Industrial

Project presented for Best Industrial for Troop Medical Clinic in Fort Harrison, Montana. Presented by the Montana Contractor’s Association Building Excellence Awards Program.

Excellent Commercial Awning Restoration

Presented for the Ro Sham Bo Building located at 17 & 19 South Tracy Avenue, Bozeman, Montana.

Best Historical Restoration

Project presented for Hamilton Hall on the MSU Campus. Presented by the Montana Contractor’s Association building Excellence Awards Program.