The New Mexico task force on work-life balance has named JBH a family-friendly business based on:
CATEGORY ONE: Paid Leave
CATEGORY TWO: Health Support (100% employer subsidized healthcare)
CATEGORY THREE: Work Schedules (we offer predictable work schedules)
CATEGORY FOUR: Economic Support (Employer subsidized training and retirement/asset building available)
Our employees already knew JBH was family friendly and it is nice to receive formal recognition as well!
Albuquerque, New Mexico – JB Henderson Construction has promoted Jim Ed Baylor-Eichhorst to General Superintendent for the company’s Albuquerque operations inclusive of work in the federal, local government, and private industry construction markets. Jim Ed will oversee management of activities for mechanical, piping, and architectural scopes of work; ensuring the company’s core values of safety, quality, honesty, and integrity are upheld with every project performed.
Albuquerque, New Mexico – JB Henderson Construction has promoted Isaac Sedillo to Area Architectural Superintendent for the company’s Albuquerque operations inclusive of work in the federal, local government, and private industry construction markets. Isaac will oversee management of activities for all architectural scopes of work including ground-up, sustaining and renovation contracts.
Albuquerque, New Mexico – JB Henderson Construction has promoted Kris Gillham to Area Piping Superintendent for the company’s Albuquerque operations inclusive of work in the federal, local government, and private industry construction markets. Kris will oversee management of activities for all piping scopes of work including traditional and process-piping on new, sustaining and retrofit contracts.
JBH celebrated its Women in Construction with the Associated General Contractors- NM Building Branch at their 1st Annual Women in Construction event held 9.28.17 at Albuquerque’s Balloon Museum. Corporate EH&S Manager Barb Spitz was a panelist and former JBH Vice-President Maria Guy emceed the event which boasted over 130 women in attendance. Pictured below (L to R) Pipefitter Foreman Jaynette Foutz, Project Coordinator Liana Garcia, Corporate Support Manager Melissa Gomez, Architectural Estimator Megan Stokes, EH&S Manager Barb Spitz, and Project Manager Sonia Lopez.
Barbara Sptiz, SHEP, CHST has completed all requirements for a Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) certification. This highly respected certification is awarded by BCSP to individuals who meet eligibility and experience criteria in the safety, health, and environmental (SH&E) disciplines and have passed a rigorous examination. Earning the BCSP certifications demonstrates Barb’s mastery of the core competency’s required for professional safety practice. Barbara adds the CHST certification to her Safety, Health, and Environmental Professional (SHEP) and Certified Safety and Health Official (CSHO) certifications.
Photo Credit: Matt Oberer
JBH added a piece of fabricated round duct as a fun entry option for the ACE Leadership High School Parade of Playhouses entry. The Casa Pequeña playhouse raised around $30,000 that will go to a great cause, NM Appleseed.