75 Years of
Setting the Standard
Jaynes is celebrating our 75 years in business. See how we’ve grown from a small local construction company to the regional industry leaders we are today.
The Way Up
You want to leave a legacy, something more than lofty mottos carved in stone. You want to show the world what it means to be the best, that success combines the ability with aspiration. It’s what we call The Way Up. Rough, calloused hands built your legacy. Let us give you a place to keep it.
Modern Buildings are Still Built with Old Tools. Like Integrity.
Over seven decades of investing in the right people, tools and technology has proven our mantra “The Way Up” is more than a slogan. Our reputation as the construction firm that continually raises the bar has been earned from a commitment to never compromise what our customers need. This approach is as evident in the contributions we make to our community, as it is in the smallest detail of the buildings we construct.
Jaynes Utilizing Procore Technologies
At Jaynes, we never stop advancing. Operations Support Director, Teryn Lamoreux discusses Procore technology, how it is so much more than a construction management software and how it increases efficiency through simplification.
Jaynes has been around for 74 years. John Kanthack has been with us for half of that. A 37-year veteran, John started as an apprentice in our concrete department and worked his way up to General Concrete Superintendent. Some of the most notable projects are the parking structure for the Albuquerque Sunport, the Pan American Center, and Johnson Gym.
100 Days of Summer
Each summer, Jaynes recommits to the importance of safety. Safety Manager, Travis Massegee, discusses how safety has impacted him personally, the unexpected impact of COVID-19, and most importantly, how Jaynes prioritizes safety to lift up the whole company. Learn more about 100 Days of Summer here.
We Build Like Our Future Depends On It
We build like our future depends on it – because it does. What if Jaynes wasn’t in the business of building construction, but building successful leaders? Sam Hatchel discusses just this. Through the Giant program, Jaynes builds leaders.
Show How We Lead