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As a family owned business, the Sampson family knows what it takes to continually give back to the communities that support the livelihood of their business. The encouragement to participate starts at the top and works its way through the Sampson Team. The Sampson Team and their families take pride in making a difference within their communities. That is where you will find us; at corporate sponsorships, in-house campaigns or just donating our time and energy to lend a helping hand. This is what we are all about. Giving back allows us to take our construction services to the next level through helping others.

Sampson Construction sponsored two teams for St. Monica’s Amazing Chase XI in August. The event serves as an annual fundraiser for the non-profit rehabilitation center which provides substance abuse and mental health services to women in Nebraska. The Chase consists of teams of four, with members designated as beauty, brawn, belly, or brains searching for secret locations around Lincoln, to...
Sampson Construction’s Lincoln office served as one of more than 100 drop-off sites for ‘One Day Without Shoes’ this April. Shoe donations of all size and condition were gathered across Lincoln to be distributed by People’s City Mission. Sampson employees participated in the 5th annual event sponsored by Cornhusker Bank, which resulted in donations of more than 16,100 pairs of shoes. Shoes in...
Sampson Construction served as an event sponsor for the 2015 Hunger Rally April 6th at Pinnacle Bank Arena organized by Volunteer Partners. Groups of twelve worked together in assembly line fashion to package the nutritious, non-perishable meals which included macaroni, soy protein and various seasonings. Sampson employees and their families were among a group of 200 volunteers who assembled 40...
Sampson in partnership with Aero Fence, recently began construction on a 1,000-foot fence behind Osgood Elementary School in North Platte, Nebraska. The fence is part of a larger community wide project: Building Dreams. Sampson is honored to be part of the North Platte community. Click here to read article announcement in the North Platte Telegraph.Click here to read article in the North Platte...
John Sampson, President, provided a significant lead give and assistance from subcontractors to update and renovate the Sherman Field. The park has been named after John’s parents Morris “Sam” and Evelyn Sampson. Visit the park and click here for additional information on the project.
Sampson Construction’s surpassed their $12,000 fundraising goal – raising $13,668 for the 2012 Heart Association Heart Walk. Our team has participated in this event annually, however, this year was unique as it was co-chaired by Craig Gies, who oversees Sampson’s Project Management services. A huge “thank you” to everyone who participated in this event and raised awareness for this important...
The historic Sherman Field ballpark in Lincoln, NE, will be named for Morris "Sam" and Evelyn Sampson. The Sampsons founded Sampson Construction in 1952. The naming also honors a substantial donation being made by their son and current president, John Sampson. Lincoln Mayor Chris Beutler made this public announcement and noted that this donation of labor and materials is one of the largest ever...