Since 1985, brothers Gene and Jim Burdick along with their wives Lucy and Deborah have built a reputation for quality custom repair, manufacturing and machine diagnostic services throughout the Upper Midwest. We have creatively adapted to our customers’ tight schedules and shrinking budgets.
We’ve increased our capabilities by expanding to meet our customers evolving needs including larger equipment, federal and state contracts. In 1999, the new 12,000 sq. ft. building in Redfield’s Industrial Park allowed us to construct the 217 ft. arched steel walk-bridge for the City Park under federal subcontract. Increasing equipment sizes required another 5,600 sq. ft. addition which was completed in early 2012.
In 1996 a 5000 lb. capacity dynamic balancing machine extended our customer base throughout South Dakota and neighboring states. This was expanded into the Dynamic Balancing, Vibration Analysis and Laser Alignment Division in 2002, with state-of-the art instruments. Since 2003 we have been authorized dealer representatives for world-leading SCHENCK balancing and diagnostic instruments, sensors and software for the Upper Midwest.
On the job as well as in our free time, we believe in our customers, in our community, and in our great state and nation. We’ll do our best to meet your schedules, get your machines running to their full potential and keep them running. We also custom fabricate your projects to your specifications.
In 2001, Gene and Jim were awarded the Small Business Association’s Small Business Persons of the Year for South Dakota. Along with their wives, and four of the collective nine children, they traveled to Washington, DC to accept awards for their commitment to quality and conservative growth.
2012 ended with Gene and Lucy retiring from Burdick Bros., Inc. Jim and Deborah have taken over full ownership and continue to hold the business to the same high standards we’ve built up since 1985.