Cooperative Educational Services recently released its list of approved Job Order Contractors (JOC) for a 4-year agreement open to its members. The contracts, intended for use on capital improvement projects throughout the state, are awarded after a rigorous competitive proposal process assessing a company's experience, personnel, and financial strength. JBH has received both a general and mechanical contract award.
Jerry Sanchez has been promoted to Rio Rancho Area Manager, most recently serving JBH as a piping estimator. Mr. Sanchez has 25 years of construction experience including serving as an estimator, project manager, and general foreman. Mr. Sanchez is experienced in high-tech and commercial construction, bringing a unique expertise perfectly aligned with the Rio Rancho construction market. As Area Manager, Mr. Sanchez is accountable for the direction, leadership and oversight of the Rio Rancho office, responsible for the area’s projects, personnel, and customers. His field experience and administrative capabilities make him an asset to every project he leads.
Michael holds over 30 years of experience in the piping industry and is versed in all stages of construction from estimating through project planning and installation. As Estimating Manager, Michael uses this experience to provide direction, leadership and oversight to the JBH estimating department encompassing HVAC, process and traditional piping, plumbing, and architectural scopes of work.
JBH personnel were recognized for their awesomeness during the first annual AGC Best People event held June 15 at Sandia Resort and Casino. Those recognized include; (with trophies- L to R)Taylor Cardon-Project Manager of the Year; Dave Davis- Technical Professional of the Year; James Chapman- Safety Professional of the Year; and Steve Wright- Superintendent of the Year. Also pictured in supporting roles are; (L to R) Melissa Gomez- Corporate Support Manager; Barbara Spitz- Corporate Safety Manager, Aaron Armijo- PM II; Denise Wadkins- HR Manager.
Congratulations to all the winners!
The Albuquerque Journal has recognized JBH as a Top Workplace for 2015 after surveying over 30,000 employees from over 75 participating companies. JBH landed 20th in the small business category, based on the employee headcount of 65 administrative employees in our New Mexico offices. Of special importance was our spot on the Top Workplaces Special Awards, naming JBH the #1 company for Employee Benefits based on standout scores from employee responses.
The 9th Annual JBH Safety logo contest is complete for 2015 and after reviewing 10 employee (and family) nominations, the JBH Safety Committee has revealed the winning design. Congratulations to JBH HVAC Estimator Leish Weger who submitted the winning design, representing the 2015 safety theme of “Playing with a Full Deck” and incorporating the JBH logo, values, and areas of operations. As recognition for a safe first quarter each JBH employee will receive their own shirt custom styled by Leish.
JBH celebrates 56 years of service on May 5, 2015. Jack B. Henderson started the company in Albuquerque, NM on this date in 1959 as a small general contracting firm. Today, JBH is a leader in general contracting and process-piping throughout New Mexico, Arizona, and New York!
Several JBH employees have been named 2015 “Best People” by the Associated General Contractors NM Building Branch. An independent panel of judges evaluated over 40 applications to name the Best in New Mexico’s construction market. JBH is pleased to announce the following winners:
Outstanding Superintendent of the Year: Steve Wright, JBH Alb.
Outstanding Project Manager of the Year: Taylor Cardon, JBH NNM
Outstanding Safety Professional of the Year: James Chapman, JBH Alb.
Outstanding Technical Professional of the Year: Dave Davis, JBH Alb.
Outstanding Rising Star of the Year: Ethan Smith: JBH NNM