Roers Named to Best Cafe Contractors in the US List

Roers has recently been named to the Best Cafe Contractors in the United States list by the General Contractors (GC) Magazine. Roers has experience creating warm atmospheres for cafes which visitors make part of their daily routine. Roers has created partnerships with many firms to build these popular locations and is looking forward to building many more in the future. The selection for the list identifies top builders which build these stunning and successful cafes but also have received top honors for safety awards.

The GC Magazine article recognizes one contractor from each state. Roers is proud to represent North Dakota as a leading builder. Visit Roers on details on restaurant projects recently constructed.

MacKenzie River Pizza

Roers Construction Company is pleased to announce the successful completion of the construction of the communities’ newest restaurant, MacKenzie River Pizza. MacKenzie River Pizza is set to open its doors to the public at 11 am on Monday, December 10, 2018, at 819 24th Avenue East in West Fargo.  65 community members have been hired to join the MacKenzie River Pizza team to provide an unparalleled family dining experience.

The 7,400 square foot restaurant introduces the inviting ‘industrial meets rustic’ atmosphere with the subtle element mix of rock, barnwood, metals and warm lighting making it an ideal location for a family gathering, a date night or for a team meal after the big game. Roers began construction on the restaurant on May, 23, 2018. Visitors can enjoy the unique attributes to the restaurant including a frost rail keeping your beverage cold on the bar, stained concrete bar top and local-inspired Bison accents throughout the bar. This is the fourth location for owner, Lance Robinson. “Our focus is to provide a casual family-atmosphere for all ages,” commented Robinson. “Our food and service won’t be hit or miss. You can expect both to be consistent every visit.” The atmosphere is welcoming, but visitors will enjoy the menu even more. From gourmet specialty pizzas, sandwiches on fresh baked bread, to desserts worth all the calories, MacKenzie River Pizza’s menu is decked out for dine-in and take-out orders. 

MacKenzie River Pizza takes pride is giving back to the communities through volunteering and financial support. Company-wide nearly $83,000 has been donated to local organizations. The restaurant also participates in the Round It Up America® program which provides support to the No Kid Hungry and ProStart charities. When closing out your credit card bill, simply round up to the nearest dollar and the money is given to these deserving charities. “Roers was excited about the opportunity to partner with MacKenzie River Pizza for the construction of the restaurant as was as the opportunity for the community to gain another company which is extremely community-focused. Our core values align, along with our high standards for quality and customer service. We look forward to the addition of MacKenzie River Pizza in our growing community,” commented Jim Roers, Roers Chief Executive Officer. Details on the giving back programs, menu and more, can be found


MacKenzie River Pizza Breaks Ground

WEST FARGO — MacKenzie River Pizza has broken ground at 819 24th Ave. E. in West Fargo for its second restaurant in North Dakota.

Glacier Restaurant Group out of Whitefish, Mont., operates MacKenzie River Pizza, which also has a location in Bismarck. This will be the fourth location for franchisees Lance and Shoni Robinson.

“Shoni and I are thrilled to be opening a MacKenzie River here and know the community will love our scratch recipes and the fresh ingredients we use for our gourmet pizzas, juicy burgers, fish tacos and other offerings,” Lance Robinson said in a news release. “We are also excited about our beverage offerings including specialty cocktails, craft beers and our exclusive Driftboat Amber Ale, brewed by Great Northern Brewing Company out of Whitefish, Montana.”

The restaurant is set to open in the third quarter of 2018 and is expected to employ 80 to 90 workers.

Current MacKenzie River locations feature a casual rustic atmosphere with refurbished and felled lumber furnishings, antique outdoor sportsman finishes and photographs of the Rocky Mountains.

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