Awards & Recognition
Awards are a testament to a job well done. We are proud of our work and honored to be recognized by partners peers in the industry for our dedication to our values. Here our some of our most recent accolades and a link to a full list of the awards and honors received by Jaynes Corporation.
2019 – 2020 Employees of the Month
03/2020 Employee of the Month
07/2020 Employee of the Month
2020 Employee of the
Millwork Logistics Manager
02/2021 Employee of the Month
Millwork Field Foreman
04/2020 Employee of the Month
08/2020 Employee of the Month
11/2020 Employee of the Month
03/2021 Employee of the Month
05/2020 Employee of the Month
09/2020 Employee of the Month
12/2020 Employee of the Month
06/2020 Employee of the Month
10/2020 Employee of the Month
01/2021 Employee of the Month
Recent Project Awards
The Santa Fe County Administrative Complex consolidated many of the County’s functions into one convenient location. Our team worked alongside the owner and architect to plan, design, and construct this project. Together, we designed and constructed a facility that stayed true to the community and culture of Santa Fe and it is evident as soon as you step on site. Learn more about the 2020 AGC Best Buildings Grand Prize of Show Award Winner and the 2020 NAIOP Award of Excellence Eagle winner.
The Artesia Aquatic Center – Phases 1 and 2 delivered a space that meets the demands of the Artesia community. The layout, design and special features were intentional and mirror Artesia and its residents. The large pool, was designed and executed in the shape of a bulldog to reflect the high school mascot. Learn more about the winner of the 2020 AGC Best Buildings Award in the Buildings $10 to $20 Million category and the 2020 NAIOP Award of Excellence Eagle winner.
Jaynes collaborated with Studio Southwest Architects to successfully deliver the Mountain & Valley Regional Health Facility project to the residents of Edgewood and its surrounding communities. This Design-Build project was designed and constructed in 11 months and provides primary medical care, dental care, and behavioral health care in the primary care setting. Learn more about the Mountain & Valley Regional Health Facility, winner of the 2020 AGC Best Buildings Award in the Design-Build category.
Jaynes was selected to not only construct an outdoor aquatic facility for the City of Farmington, but to improve efficiency of the pool it replaced. Our team has built an outdoor aquatic facility that continues to be successful since opening in June 2019, not only because of its attractions but because it revolves around guest comfort. The facility has been met with an immense amount of excitement from the community. Learn more about the 2020 AGC Best Buildings Award Runner Up in the Buildings $5 to $10 Million category.
Located on Central Avenue across from Presbyterian Hospital, SpringHill Suites by Marriott involved ground-up construction of a 5-story hotel. The new facility offers 118 guest suites with the third floor providing 20 additional rooms dedicated for use by the Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico. This floor also contains laundry facilities, public space, kitchen, and a private elevator and sky bridge connecting families with Presbyterian. Learn more about the 2020 NAIOP Award of Excellence Eagle winner.
Central Desert Behavioral Health Hospital is a 64-bed inpatient hospital offering advanced programming and services for the treatment of behavioral health illness for older adults. The facility is positioned adjacent to Spanish Trails Skilled Nursing Facility (also built by Jaynes) for the same Owner. Being across the street from each other offers convenience to the Owner and staff when needing to transport patients from one facility to the other. Learn more about the 2020 NAIOP Merit Award winner.
Jaynes collaborated closely with Studio Southwest Architects for the Sandia Resort & Casino Office Complex. Jaynes and the Pueblo of Sandia selected the Design-Build delivery method for this project with the difficult task to complete this project in 12 months. Our project team was able to produce a complete design in approximately two months, allowing for 10 months of construction. Learn more about how this project won a 2019 NAIOP Award.
Jaynes had the opportunity to contribute to community and individual development through the Farmington High School (FHS) Additions and Renovations project. This project was a four-year, multi-phased endeavor to replace the aging, scattered buildings of an inefficiently laid out campus with a modern, well-organized campus. Learn more about the FHS project and how it won a 2019 AGC Best Buildings – Construction Management/CMAR award.
Manzano High School’s previous facility, built in 1961, was not only out of date but did not equally accommodate all students. Jaynes, together with APS and Studio Southwest Architects, delivered space where the youth of our communities can make memories which involve a more inclusive campus while still honoring the memories of alumni. Learn more about how this project won the 2019 AGC Best Buildings – LEED Certifiable Project Award.
Recent Corporate Awards
2016 ENR Top 400 Contractors