The construction industry, like most things post-Covid, is going through a shake-up. When we combine the knowledge, wisdom, and experience of the area’s best thinkers, we are able to solve problems in a way that benefits us all.
Small-scale commercial and wood-frame construction projects require unique skills. Jaynes built the Special Projects Group to combine the advantages of a large construction company with the expertise of a small, specialized team dedicated to getting these jobs done right.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) has become a cornerstone of modern construction. The process utilizes powerful software to visualize a space and each layer of construction within it, creating a digital model built to the exact specifications of the actual job.
Jaynes completed its first healthcare construction job in 1975, and it’s become a focus of our company in the decades since. Healthcare-related jobs make up 35% of our total projects now, and we established a Healthcare Division in 2015 specifically to build a team of workers with the expertise to tackle any project, from ground-up construction of a new emergency room to the installation of MRI machines and other equipment in an active facility.
One of the first steps of any new construction job is pouring a concrete foundation. One of the last steps is millwork – all the trim and molding and cabinets and custom-built wood details that make a space functional and beautiful. Jaynes does both. And our self-performed millwork means that our people are there, hands-on, to see every project through from beginning to end.
You could say that concrete is the foundation of our entire company. In 1946, George Jaynes began a one-man business pouring concrete driveways, gutters and sidewalks for residential customers. Within a decade, his humble company had grown into the largest concrete contractor in New Mexico. Today, Jaynes is a leading general contractor with over 200 employees, building complex facilities for a broad range of market sectors throughout the southwest.