ENR New England recognized the winners of its 2017 Best Projects competition, honoring the top projects in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. We are proud to receive the Best Project Award in the category of Landscape/Urban Development for our Williams College: Demolition of Sawyer Library and Construction of New Quad, located in Williamstown, Mass.
J.H. Maxymillian is a strategic partner on the $204-million Williams College Science Center Renewal Project
ENR New England recently recognized the winners of its 2015 Best Projects competition, honoring the top projects in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. We are proud to be the recipient of an Award of Merit in the category for Small Projects (under $10 million) for our GRS-IBS Bridge Replacement over the Housatonic RR!
The Hadley Overpass Project - Structure Magazine
JHM is proud to be featured in the US Builders Review representing Massachusetts in the 2015 Best of The Northeast Award Segment.
JHM received the American Public Works Association "Project of the Year Award" for our emergency road repair projects in response to the Hurricane Irene damage. Within hours after the storm JHM crews mobilized to reshape rivers, repair roads, protect and repair riverbanks, and replace culverts.
The Selectmen of the Town of Alford sends a letter of appreciation to JHM for their work on a bridge reconstruction.
May and June 2015
Recently, our work on Great Barrington's Main Street has been recognized by the local community in two separate editorials in local newspapers.
JHM constructed the first GRS-IBS bridge in Massachusetts. This recent article discusses the benefits.
JHM constructed one of the first "all pre-cast" bridges for the MassDOT accelerated bridge program. The use of pre-cast concrete footings and abutments resulted in a faster, more cost-effective construction period.
Our award also appeared in The Berkshire Eagle