Mark has more than 45 years of experience in high-tech, commercial, government, and industrial projects and maintains applied knowledge of mechanical, piping, and architectural construction; project management, business development, and estimating. Mark began his career at JBH when he was just a child, assisting his father on the weekends with whatever work he could handle.
Upon graduation from high school, Mark joined the local plumbers and pipefitters union, successfully completing their apprenticeship program and becoming a piping journeyman. After years in the field supporting direct installation, Mark advanced through the company eventually becoming CEO in 1990. He has since successfully expanded JBH from a small family business to four area offices in New Mexico and Arizona. Mark is an influential leader with the intrinsic talent for conceptualizing and communicating vision, identifying and resolving problems, and fostering consensus and cohesion for achievement of common goals. Mark utilizes his extensive business experience to ensure customer and employee satisfaction and has crafted a corporate vision that coupled with his leadership strategy, has accelerated the growth of the company to prominent status among general and mechanical contractors in the Southwest.
As President, John is responsible for the direct oversight of nine administrative departments, four area offices and over 600 personnel; ensuring strategic corporate initiatives are met through a process-based management approach driving predictable results both at the project and organizational level. John holds a BS in Construction Engineering from the University of New Mexico and simultaneously completed a five-year piping apprenticeship from Local Union 412, Plumbers and Pipefitters. Additionally, John is the qualifying party for the company’s mechanical contracting license. Throughout John’s tenure at JBH, he has continuously contributed to the company’s safety, quality, and profitability. He is a hands-on leader with the experience required to influence successful construction projects including collaborative leadership and unsurpassed customer satisfaction. John guides the organization by consistently exercising its core values of honesty, integrity, safety and quality.
Linda has played an essential role in JBH management for over 25 years, inspiring employee implementation of the corporate vision. As Secretary/Treasurer Linda is responsible for oversight of JBH financial operations including cash flow, management of JBH corporate funds, employee benefits and development of company accounting policies. Linda is instrumental in corporate strategic planning and executive level decision-making and manages the JBH Employee Stock Ownership Program and all corporate investments.
VP, Northern New Mexico Area Manager
Bart’s tenure with JBH began as a laborer, followed by a full apprenticeship in the mechanical trades, where Bart cultivated the leadership skills critical to his current position as the company’s VP, Northern New Mexico Area Manager. His responsibilities include management of personnel and fiscal resources for JBH’s Northern New Mexico regional operations, specializing in Department of Energy work. Bart has substantial experience in the construction and retrofit of quality compliant government facilities, overseeing NQA-1 and Management Level 1-4 compliance for architectural and mechanical projects at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Additionally, Bart maintains executive level corporate responsibilities and is an active member of the JBH Leadership Team, where he is instrumental in the daily operations and long-term planning efforts of the company.
Charlie joined JBHCC in 2002 with the acquisition of Davis & Associates. Charlie brings 22 years of accounting, finance, payroll, insurance and a variety of other construction related experience through his years of combined service. Charlie holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of New Mexico. Charlie’s controller duties include; financial statement preparation activities, handling of external audits, overseeing the job activities of the Payroll and Accounting administrators, and leading the revenue/expense analysis. In addition to corporate accounting, he also oversees management of the Information Technology Department.