We want to thank you for this opportunity to be considered as a contractor for your company. We are very excited to develop a working relationship with you. CenCon of Kansas, LLC was started on July 1, 2007. Ryan & Tiffany Rietzke are the owners of this Underground Utilities Construction Company.

Our main office is located in Kensington, Kansas. Out of this site, 2 crews are organized to work in the eastern portion of Nebraska, in Kansas, and occasionally in western Nebraska. We have a secondary office site located in Gering, Nebraska. Out of this office, 1 crew maintains the projects that CenCon of Kansas, LLC has in western Nebraska. Our specialties are in underground and aerial construction. We do equal amounts of in town and out of town work.

Our History:

History and Description of CenCon of Kansas, LLC – CenCon was established in 1979 in Lebanon, Kansas by Dale Franklin. In 1997, Dale’s son, Erik Franklin, became a partner and along with this change, the company name changed to CenCon, L.L.C. In April of 1999, CenCon, L.L.C. relocated to Scottsbluff, Nebraska. July 1, 2000 Ryan Rietzke (Dale’s son-in-law) became a partner. In July of 2007 Ryan and his wife moved their family back “home” to Kensington, Kansas and started CenCon of Kansas, LLC. CenCon of Kansas, L.L.C. specializes in directional boring, trenching, plowing, and aerial construction. Ryan has 13 years of experience in the utilities industry. CenCon of Kansas, LLC has built a reputation as an honest, hard working company. In Ryan’s 13 years of business, he has worked for the following telephone and cable TV companies:
  • AT&T
  • Sprint of KS & NE & WY
  • Cunningham Telephone           
  • Great Plains Communications
  • Contel
  • Sunflower Telephone
  • Chugwater Telephone
  • TCI Cablevision
  • Bresnan Communications Co., L.P.
  • Charter Communications
  • Mid West Cable TV
  • Classic Cable Vision
  •  Allo Communications

CenCon of Kansas, L.L.C. intends to continue its growth primarily from installation services provided to the utilities industry in the Kansas and Nebraska areas.
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