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 Jaynes Employees of the Month

2018 Employee of the Year
Tim Hogeland
Project Superintendent


2019 April Employee of the Month
Vanessa Pierson
Project Engineer
2019 August Employee of the Month
John Nicholson
Project Engineer
2019 January Employee of the Month
Chris Cottle


2019 May Employee of the Month
Josh Covert
2019 September Employee of the Month
Rick White
2019 February Employee of the Month
Kevin Gonzalez
Millwork Operation Assistant PM
2019 June Employee of the Month
Naomi Naranjo
Project Engineer
2019 March Employee of the Month
Roberto Miramonte
Concrete Finisher Foreman


2019 July Employee of the Month
Kenneth Royce
Assistant Superintendent


Recent Project Awards

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Manzano High School’s previous facility, built in 1961, was not only out of date but did not equally accommodate all students. The previous facility was a safe space for students to gather for friendly rivalries and make memories that last a lifetime. 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.

The CNM Richard R. Barr Hall project as a whole can be characterized as a combination of renovation, demolition and additions aimed at providing CNM with a “new” iconic campus centroid that effectively supports, enhances, and promotes CNM’s teaching and learning activities and missions. Learn more about CNM Richard R. Barr Hall and why it received an Honorable Mention for the 2019 AGC Best Building Awards.

Bernalillo’s most recent hotel addition, Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel has been a catalyst for hospitality in this community. The new hotel compliments the Pueblo of Santa Ana’s rich history with its designs and finishings. This modern, state-of-the-art facility offers a combination of new technologies combined with intentional execution.  Learn more about this facility’s impact on our communities that has granted it the NAIOP MERIT Award.

Sandia Resort and Casino is a popular destination for live events, attracting music and entertainment lovers from throughout New Mexico as well as across the country. This project took a team with experience executing projects at the center of a fully functional casino facility. The Amphitheater and Main Entry projects earned the 2018 NAIOP MERIT Award. Learn more about these projects and their impact on the community.

Galles Chevrolet’s newest facility provided a much needed expansion for Galles to hold their previously crowded inventory of vehicles. The building itself adds a space in the showroom, service center and reception area, to house more customers as well as employees. A once vacant lot of land will now be used to attract consumers from across the state and also attract other companies from the area.  Learn more about Galles Chevrolet and how it earned the 2018 NAIOP MERIT Award.

To increase choice and expand access to care for residents of Santa Fe and northern New Mexico, Presbyterian Healthcare Services opened Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center. This project was New Mexico’s largest healthcare project in 2018. Construction included 350,000 square feet of building and over 30 acres of site work. Learn more about Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center and how it won a 2018 NAIOP Liberty Eagle Award.

The Taos Ski Valley – Blake Hotel project is a key component to growth and success for Taos Ski Valley and northern New Mexico. Our project team delivered a facility that provides a unique lodging experience while staying true to cultural experiences of northern New Mexico. Located centrally among retail and dining shops, this resort provides a centerpiece of the base area development for Taos. Learn more about the intricacies of this project and why it was awarded the 2018 NAIOP Liberty Eagle Award.

Awards 2015-2017

2017 AGC NM
Best Buildings Student’s Choice
Imperial Building

Light Hall Silver City

2016 AGC NM
Best Buildings Under $2.5 Million
Western New Mexico University – Light Hall

2017 AGC NM
Best Buildings $10-20 Million
Imperial Building

Aspen Elementary

2016 AGC NM
Best Buildings $10-20 Million Runner Up
Aspen Elementary School

2017 AGC NM
Best Buildings CM at Risk
UNM Chemistry Building

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2016 AGC NM
Best Buildings $20+ Million
Northeast Elementary + Hermosa Middle School

2016 ENR Southwest
Best Project K-12 Education
Hermosa Middle/ NE Elementary

2016 AGC NM
Best Buildings Building Information Modeling
Sandia Resort & Casino Parking Structure
San Juan College
School of Energy
2015 Jaynes Project of the Year
2016 Grand Prize of Show – AGC NM
2016 Best Buildings $10-20 Million – AGC NM

Aspen Elementary

2015 AIA Citation Award
General Design
Aspen Elementary School

Usage to JAYNES and CNM.

2015 AIA Citation Award
General Design
CNM Stemulus Center

Usage to JAYNES

2015 ENR Southwest
Best Project – Specialty Contracting
Sandia Resort & Casino Parking Garage

NMSU Domenici

2015 NAIOP Eagle Award
Education Category
NMSU Domenici Hall &
Institute for Public Policy


2015 NAIOP Eagle Award
Office Category
URENCO USA Headquarters

Recent Corporate Awards

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2017 AGC NM Best Building Outstanding General Contractor

2016 ENR Top 400 Contractors


2016 Albuquerque Business First Top New Mexico General Contractor

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First Place Safety Excellence Building Division 450,000-650,000 Hours Associated General Contractors of America

For a list of past awards see our complete list: AWARD LIST.