Family Owned & Operated for 48+ Years
Baldwin Building Company started when Civil Engineer, Mike Baldwin decided to build steel buildings instead of designing them.
Whenever you see a “Happy Apple” caramel apple in a grocery store you are looking at a product of Mike’s first steel building in 1968.
Following that, Baldwin Building Company built warehouses, truck terminals, grocery stores, furniture stores, and funeral homes.
In 1981 Baldwin Building Company added wood and truss metal covered buildings to its popular steel building line in order to also serve the home owner and farm structure market. You probably call these pole buildings.
Sandy Baldwin, Mike’s wife, runs the office while raising four kids and now entertaining 11 grandchildren.
Toby Baldwin, Mike’s son, began working for Baldwin Building Company summers and part time in 1978 when he was 13 years old. After pitching for 4 National Championship teams at LCSC at Lewiston, Toby joined Baldwin Building Company full time in 1988. He now runs all field operations and has built a reputation as a perfectionist.
Baldwin Building Company is known for quality, integrity, and the strongest buildings.
Baldwin Building Company is truly the family owned and operated business that has served you for the past 47 years. Every town and county in central Idaho and southeast Washington has prominent Baldwin buildings, from the brand new Clearwater Compost Facility in Lewiston to the Furniture Center (big red rocker) in Moscow, plus hundreds more.