A mass migration of Santa Fe County employees starts this week when workers from a couple of agencies – the Growth Management/Land Use and Assessor’s Offices – move from the historic county administration building on Grant Avenue to a new complex two blocks away that is still under construction.
When Los Alamos-based Pebble Labs began outgrowing its incubator space at the New Mexico Consortium Biological Laboratory, those at the Consortium saw a potential problem. “We didn’t want [Pebble Labs] to leave Los Alamos,” or possibly the state, said Consortium CEO Steven Buelow. “We filled all our space.”
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 Verde has raised more than $350,000 for youth at-risk in Montezuma County, Colorado.
Our vision at Jaynes is simple – Build. Lead. Grow. As we look at the new year and as I reflect on my time at Jaynes, I am confident that these three words are spot on. We believe it is our mission to build great projects, lead strong project teams and grow all who come in contact with our projects.
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 through every day for the last 25 years.
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 final product.