Building and Growing Since 1948

The northern Ohio communities that surround us have undergone nearly complete transformations during Mosser Construction’s history, which began in 1948.

And we’ve been involved in so much of it!

When Charles Mosser incorporated the company, he led us first into projects within the educational system. Our earliest projects began with elementary schools, which naturally led to high schools and eventually colleges.

mosserconstructionCommercial buildings and medical facilities were part of the early mix. Water treatment plants relied on Mosser. By the early 1950s, we were fully immersed in the bridge building business in connection with the Ohio and Indiana toll roads being built.

As we continued to diversify, Mosser quickly became known as the leading builder for jails and prisons in our region.

Do you remember all the excitement in 1978 surrounding the building of the world’s highest, fastest, double racing wooden roller coaster at Cedar Point? That was us! Piece by piece we assembled The Gemini to the thrill of thousands of kids and parents, who still today, scream and laugh on that iconic ride.

Our diversity is just one thing that sets us apart from others. As an ESOP company since 1985, our employees are motivated by their ownership of Mosser Construction and are loyal to its goals, standards, safety, and quality.

We will continue to stretch our wings, build, innovate, and grow. Join us!

  • UT Simulation Center - Atrium


    UT Simulation Center
  • Higher Education

    BGSU University Hall Renovation
  • battery plant expansion

    Industrial Manufacturing/Warehouse Facilities

    battery plant expansion
  • Toledo Bay View Treatment Plant

    Water Treatment

    Toledo Bay View Treatment Plant
  • The Huntington Center


    the Huntington Center
  • Renovation

    Sandusky County Courthouse
  • Office Buildings

    Fifth Third Bank
  • Highway Projects

  • Retail

    Rave Cinema
  • Training Centers

    Penta Career Center
  • LEED Certified Projects

  • PK-12 Education

    New Lorain High School

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