Engineering News Record has ranked JBH the #288 largest mechanical and piping contractor in the nation. JBH reports 66% of 2013 revenue gained in the micro-electronics industry with the remaining from general building and the power industry.
JBH employee volunteers from Local Union 412 Plumbers and Pipefitters along with the Mechanical Contractors Association and the United Way of Central New Mexico teamed up to service 80 residential heating units for New Mexico's elderly and handicapped populations on Sunday October 11, 2014. JBH also contributed several service trucks to the effort. Great job team!
(L to R) JBH VP Bart Davis, President John Stroud, PM Aaron Armijo, and Safety Representative James Chapman braved a brisk, rainy day for golf to support the New Mexico Building Education Congress through participation in AGC’s annual golf tournament. The proceeds from the tournament allow AGC New Mexico to advocate for the commercial construction industry through their key priorities: promoting excellence in workforce development, worksite safety, and policy advocacy. Specifically, the NMBEC (formerly known as Construction Advancement Program [CAP] charter) was originally signed in 1989 and it has five specific purposes: (1) To conduct and promote education and training programs for the construction industry; (2) To foster secondary and post secondary education in construction related fields of study, including the awarding of scholarships and fellowships; (3) To promote safety and accident prevention practices in the construction industry; (4) To promote the construction industry and its image; (5) To solicit funds from both within and without the construction profession to accomplish these purposes.
JBH has expanded operations to Malta, New York serving the local micro-electronics industry through completion of process-piping contracts supporting owner plant expansions. Please visit our Employment Opportunities page to view available job opportunities at the site.
JBH proudly accepted the AGC Best Buildings award on March 29, 2014, celebrating the six-million dollar, 4-story addition to the national headquarters of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists. ASRT owner’s representative John Padilla, JBH Superintendent Steve Wright, JBH Safety Representative James Chapman, and Project Architect Ross Small (Architect’s Studio) accepted the award.
JBH pipefitters are putting their welding skills to use helping the New Mexico Steam Locomotive Railroad Historical Society achieve their goal of putting AT&SF Locomotive Number 2926 back under steam. The restoration site is located at 1833 8th St. NW Albuquerque, NM and is open to visitors Wednesday and Saturday at 9:00 AM. The historical society is a non-profit organization made up of a cross sector of New Mexican’s who have been influenced by the rich history of the railroad. Their stated goals for this project include preservation and restoration of key artifacts along with creating an educational groundwork to retain the importance of this message. Find out more about this important feat at www.nmslrhs.org.
"JB Henderson has been professional throughout the project. Henderson's knowledge on this project has been an asset to the project’s overall success with milestones and budget. We look forward to future project successes with JB Henderson."
"The JBH team is an asset to this site and continually proves that their knowledge, professionalism & team work drive successful project completion!"
"Excellent craftsmanship on piping. Very good customer focus."
"Good job on this new facility. The security force is quite pleased with the outcome."
"Materials and craftsmanship were very high quality"
"The quality of the work has been excellent. No rework and no warranty work needed on any of the completed work"
"JBH is incredibly responsive in terms of interfacing with procurement and are always willing to work with various contractual and logistical issues with level heads"
"Even with all the potential delays due to material incompatibilities and multiple contractors, JBH was very pro-active in pushing all parties toward making rapid decisions to stay on course"