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Our History
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Our Today

Our journey Building Colorado’s Future began in 1987. Our early roots and founder’s commitment to the community can still be seen in the work we do today, and we will remain steadfast in our promise to do the right thing – always.

1949

John L. Hachmeister (Founder) is Born

1987

JHL Constructors Commences Operations

First Project- Fire Station #4 Addition/Renovation | Arvada Fire Protection District
$320,000

1988

Established First Office In Greenwood Village

1989

First K-12 Education Project

Eugene Field Elementary Office Remodel | Littleton Public Schools

First Project In Durango

New Office | Amoco

1991

JHL Merges With RL Construction

1994

JHL Opens Durango Office / First Higher Education Projects

Fort Lewis College Concert Hall & Fine Arts Center

1998

JHL Purchases First Collating Copy Machine

2001

First Ground Up High School Project

Mountain Vista High School | Douglas County School District

2002

First Company Website Goes Live

2004

First Senior Living Project

Golden Pond Assisted Living & Apartments

Lugano Cherry Creek Apartments Exterior

2007

First Large Scale Multi-Family Project ($42 Million)

Lugano Cherry Creek | GenCap Partners

2012

Ben Stellor Becomes President

2015

JHL named the Best Place to Work in Denver by the DBJ

2016

First Civil Projects

Cottonwood Creek Trail Extension | City of Colorado Springs

2017

First Road/Bridge Project

US 36 Bridge Replacement | Colorado Department of Transportation

30th Anniversary

2018

JHL Becomes 100+ Team Members Strong

2019

First Large Scale Municipal Project ($42 Million)

Metro Wastewater Support Facilities

2020

JHL Moves To New Office

Our new office is up and running in Englewood!

2022

ENR Mountain States Contractor of the Year

With over 260 team members and $+350M in Revenue