We would not be where we are today without the support of our community over the past four decades. In order to return the favor, we strive to not only support organizations and causes that make our community better, but also to find ways to personally make our community better.

  • Sugar River Speedway, August 2017

    We had a great time team-building at Sugar River Raceway in Brodhead!  Newcomb Construction team-members put the pedal to the medal during (3) 10-lap go-kart races, cruising up to 50mph and enduring some not-quite-sportsman-like bumps and cut-offs. At the end of the three races, Leif took home the gold, Mark the silver, and Marty came from behind to snag the bronze. What a fun and exciting day!

  • Habitat for Humanity, July 2016

    We partnered with our tenant neighbors -- Vierbicher, Atmosphere Commercial Interiors, New York Life Insurance, Envision IT, and Welshire Capital --  to build a Habitat home in our office building's parking lot. In just one morning, the 100 volunteers built all of the interior and exterior walls with Hssaine and Khadija, who will move into the home. The walls will eventually be transported to Fitchburg’s Renaissance on the Park neighborhood, where the home will be constructed later this year.

  • Friends of Pheasant Branch, December 2015

    Newcomb Construction donated $10,000 to Middleton's Friends of Pheasant Branch Conservancy to support their work in restoring, preserving, and protecting this natural area along the Pheasant Branch creek. "I run [the bike trail] with my colleagues at least once a week... My son's cross-county team practices on the trails. And evey time I come out here it is better than the last," said president Bret Newcomb. In a rapidly developing city, the 600-acre conservancy is a regional gem that we are lucky to have and happy to support.

  • Thanksgiving Dinner, November 2015

    This year, Newcomb Construction hosted our 4th annual Thanksgiving Feast at the Fiskars jobsite in Middleton.  About 90 people attended including the building owner, future tenants, Newcomb field and office employees, and dozens of subcontractors and suppliers for the project.  Hot turkey, gravy, stuffing, rolls, mashed potatoes, fresh fruit, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie were served as a thank you for everyone's hard work on the project.

  • Bonfire Bash, September 2015

    Newcomb Construction was the presenting sponsor of the 2015 Bonfire Bash, in which 407 community members set the Guinness world record for "Most People Simultaneously Making S'mores"! Yum! Bucky Badger also made an appearance in honor of the Badgers' football opener, and kids were invited to play on Keva's fields and equipment. All proceeds benefitted Middleton Outreach Ministry, which strives to raise awareness for the prevention of homelessness in our community.

  • Art Fair on the Square, July 2015

    On July 12, several Newcomb employees and family members volunteered selling beverages at the Art Fair on the Square. All proceeds benefited the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.

  • Art Velo, January 2015

    On Sunday, January 25, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art's glass-encased lobby was transformed into a high-energy, music-infused indoor cycling experience. Developed in partnership with Cyc Fitness spinning studio, Art Velo brought cycling, fitness, and art enthusiasts together for a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Seven Newcomb employees biked their tushes off in support of MMoCA and its mission to contribute to the cultural vibrancy of our community. Way to go, Team Newcomb!

  • Gilda's Run, October 2014

    Newcomb Construction was proud to be the presenting sponsor of the 2014 Gilda's Run.  Twenty-three Newcomb employees and nearly 1000 others braved the chilly fall weather to support the important work of Gilda’s Club Madison. The route took participants past three of our concrete tilt-up buildings. This is the 7th annual Gilda's Run for the Madison area branch. Gilda's Club offers support groups, information and social events for those living with cancer or supporting a loved one with cancer. The national organization is named after comedian Gilda Radner, who died young of ovarian cancer but realized the importance of emotional support for cancer patients.

  • Terrace Town, March 2014

    Terrace Town is a biennial program that aims to teach students how cities are planned, what makes a quality city, and how citizens can participate in the improvement of their community. The program culminates at the Monona Terrace where the participating local construct their cities to be put on display. Members of the community are invited to view and celebrate the students' work. Preston, Anna, and Nicole from Newcomb Construction each partnered with students from Olson Elementary to help create the "Capitol Square" seen here.

  • Canstruction Madison, May 2013

    Canstruction is a community competition to end hunger.  Teams build incredible, highly imaginative structures out of canned goods and packaged food they have either purchased or collected.  After the competition, the food is donated to Middleton Outreach Ministry’s Food Pantry.  Newcomb Construction engineered and built an 8' tall Tower of Pisa, made up of 804 cans of fruits and vegetables. It leans at a 5 degree angle, without any supports.