Awards & Recognition

Awards are a testament to a job well done. We are proud of the relationships we’ve built within the communities we serve and the positive impact of the organizations we’ve worked with. We’re honored to be recognized by our peers in the industry.

Recent Project Awards

Sandia Resort & Casino South Expansion

2022 AGC Best Building $20 million and over
2022 AGC Outstanding Specialty Work

The Sandia Resort & Casino 3-Level South Expansion is the largest project we’ve completed for the Pueblo of Sandia. We worked alongside Studio Southwest Architects in a design-build process that proudly showcases Pueblo architectural styles, this 14-month project provided jobs during COVID-19 and continues to boost economic growth for the Pueblo.

Haven of Hope, Inc.

2022 AGC Best Building $2.5 million to $5 million

Jaynes teamed up with Huitt-Zollars to design and build the infrastructure, office space, and residence for Artesia’s Haven of Hope, an organization offering single mothers a way to gain job skills, receive financial counseling, continue their education, and build a better life for themselves and their children while living in a safe and structured home-like environment. From the beginning, we made a commitment to hiring local subcontractors whenever possible to help workers and their families in the community during COVID-19.

UNM Johnson Center Expansion & Renovation

2021 AGC Best Building $20 million and over

Using Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) methods, Jaynes completed over 100,000 square feet of renovation and new construction to modernize and improve this on-campus fitness space. Improvements include expanded weight and cardio equipment space, indoor track and cycling studio, new amenities including bathrooms, laundry room, lobby, and social areas, and upgraded heating and air conditioning. These renovations create a health-focused space where students, staff, and faculty can thrive.

Santa Fe High School Administration Building – Phase 1

2021 AGC Best Building
$10 million to $20 million

The Santa Fe High School (SFHS) Administration Building – Phase 1 project consisted of four micro-phases, with all renovations, demolition, and new construction focused on enhancing security on the 100-acre campus and updating its facilities. Because the campus stayed open for the duration of construction, we prioritized the reduction of dust and noise to minimize student distraction and environmental disruption. New safety features include concrete retaining walls, metal wall panels, visitor identification technology, and door barricade devices for classrooms to keep students and faculty safe.

Awards 2019 – 2020

Santa Fe County Administrative Complex

2020 AGC Best Buildings Grand Prize of Show Award winner

2020 NAIOP Award of Excellence Eagle winner

The Artesia Aquatic Center – Phases 1 and 2

2020 AGC Best Buildings Award in the Buildings $10 to $20 Million category

2020 NAIOP Award of Excellence Eagle winner

Mountain & Valley Regional Health Facility

2020 AGC Best Buildings Award in the Design-Build category

Farmington Outdoor Aquatic Center

2020 AGC Best Buildings Award runner-up in the Buildings $5 to $10 Million category

Springhill Suites by Marriott

2020 NAIOP Award of Excellence Eagle winner

Central Desert Behavioral Health Hospital

2020 NAIOP Merit Award winner

Sandia Resort & Casino Office Complex

2019 NAIOP Award winner

Farmington High School (FHS) Additions and Renovations

2019 AGC Best Buildings – Construction Management/CMAR Award winner

Employee of the Month

Jaynes builds better teams by celebrating a job well done. We are proud of our employees, their contributions, and their dedication to our values and standards.

Refugio Salas

January / Carpenter Journeyman

Marcus Ortiz

February / Project Manager

Neil Reese

March / Sr. Superintendent

Keith Welch

April / Concrete Superintendent

Justin Woolf

May / Risk Manager

Andrew Sisneros

June / Director of Self-Perform Operations

Matthew Seeley

July / Payroll Administrator

Candice Yazzie

August / Project Estimator

Alex Carrillo

September / Superintendent