What makes a city rise,
buildings or vision?

 

Our employees not only build the communities they live in, they nurture them for the next generation. We complement their efforts through involvement and contributions to advance the construction industry. We all know that each of us has a role in creating a better community for everyone.

We understand the great responsibility that is entrusted to us when we build the buildings that people live, work and play in. These buildings shape our communities and our lives.

 

12 Hours of Mesa Verde Bike Race Supports Montezuma Youth

One of the high lights each year is the Jaynes sponsored 12 Hours of Mesa Verde Mountain Bike Race. It's a premier cycling event organized by volunteers dedicated to improving the lives of youth in Southwest Colorado. Since its inception in 2003, 12 Hours of Mesa...

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The Impact of Hard Work

By: Shad James One year ago my parents’ home burned to the ground. It was a tough thing for my parents and my kids, as they were all there when it happened. Today, as I watch the construction of their new home, I am a spectator to the incredible process I have lived...

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Meet Celedon – Jaynes Employee of the Year

For 33 years, Celedon has been a part of our team. You read that right, 33 years. As a Site Crew Foreman, his job is one of the most physically demanding in our company. Throughout each challenge on the job, he always has a smile on his face and immense pride in his...

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Construction Internship Sets the Foundation

With a construction internship, you bridge the gap between what you’re learning in the classroom and what you experience at the office. Internships in the industry propel your understanding and prepare you for what is to come post-graduation. Here’s what our current...

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Support for KSUT Public Radio’s Capital Campaign

Jaynes is a major donor to the KSUT Public Radio’s capital campaign to build a new, state-of-the-art station in Ignacio, Colorado. KSUT recently received a $1M matching donation from the Southern Ute Indian Tribe. The clock is ticking on the match, which...

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Finding a Place to Call Home

New Beginnings Housing for a year, trade or skill training, and counseling services are provided by New Beginnings women's abuse shelter when a woman and her family are in need. With this support program in place, we partnered with the shelter to remodel one of their...

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Next Generation Construction Leaders

Built for Students ACE Leadership High School is the product of Associated General Contractors New Mexico's notice of the construction labor shortage in the region. AGC gathered industry partners to support the educational endeavor, and we have been honored to...

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Eighties Video Gamers Unite

All eighties Video Gamers unite! In its third year, Parade of Playhouses pairs design teams and general contractors and assigns the teams with different categories. This year, with Dekker/Perich/Sabatini, we will be building an eighties video game themed playhouse....

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Los Miniones

We changed our building materials for a good cause. After 2,976 cans, the Jaynes and Dekker/Perich/Sabatini team completed Los Miniones sculpture for Canstruction 2016. The team worked to balance the old and the new by creating a scene where Minions, made famous by...

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NM Appleseed Playhouse

NM Appleseed Playhouse Jaynes Corporation partnered with Dekker/Perich/Sabatini and New Mexico Appleseed on a fundraising project to create playhouses that were auctioned off at an event named "Parade of Playhouses". Other local...

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Rusty Does it Again!

Rusty Hiers, Jaynes Project Manager, had his head shaved again for the 5th year in a row to stand in solidarity with kids being treated for cancer. In the United States, more children are lost to cancer than any other disease and worldwide,...

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12 Hours of Mesa Verde Bike Race Supports Montezuma Youth

One of the high lights each year is the Jaynes sponsored 12 Hours of Mesa Verde Mountain Bike Race. It's a premier cycling event organized by volunteers dedicated to improving the lives of youth in Southwest Colorado. Since its inception in 2003, 12 Hours of Mesa...

read more

The Impact of Hard Work

By: Shad James One year ago my parents’ home burned to the ground. It was a tough thing for my parents and my kids, as they were all there when it happened. Today, as I watch the construction of their new home, I am a spectator to the incredible process I have lived...

read more

Meet Celedon – Jaynes Employee of the Year

For 33 years, Celedon has been a part of our team. You read that right, 33 years. As a Site Crew Foreman, his job is one of the most physically demanding in our company. Throughout each challenge on the job, he always has a smile on his face and immense pride in his...

read more

Construction Internship Sets the Foundation

With a construction internship, you bridge the gap between what you’re learning in the classroom and what you experience at the office. Internships in the industry propel your understanding and prepare you for what is to come post-graduation. Here’s what our current...

read more

Support for KSUT Public Radio’s Capital Campaign

Jaynes is a major donor to the KSUT Public Radio’s capital campaign to build a new, state-of-the-art station in Ignacio, Colorado. KSUT recently received a $1M matching donation from the Southern Ute Indian Tribe. The clock is ticking on the match, which...

read more

Finding a Place to Call Home

New Beginnings Housing for a year, trade or skill training, and counseling services are provided by New Beginnings women's abuse shelter when a woman and her family are in need. With this support program in place, we partnered with the shelter to remodel one of their...

read more