Safety, Professionalism and Performance

A lot can be said about a company that upholds coordination, professionalism and consistent quality and safety while delivering services from multiple trades, and The Sack Company does just that. It provides exceptional contracting services and support that satisfy its customers’ needs in a timely, cost-effective manner.

The Sack Company

Historic Contractors. Forward Thinkers.

In the 1893, George Hyde had a vision. He wanted to start a mechanical contracting company in Watertown, New York, with hard-working, family values. He passed down the business, now known as Hyde-Stone Mechanical Contractors, to his grandson Charlie Hyde.

Hyde-Stone Mechanical Contractors

Quality Fabrication for Over 60 Years

JPW Companies of Syracuse, New York is an all-encompassing steel construction and fabrication producer. It is in a highly competitive industry, but due to the diversity of services it offers, JPW has thrived since 1953. It is comprised of three divisions: JPW Riggers, JPW Erectors and JPW Structural Contracting. All work together to perform such projects as the Chautauqua Amphitheatre in New York and the JWS Telescope project for NASA. We spoke with President John Wozniczka III.

JPW Companies

Thirty Years of Growth

Starting with two workers, a truck and plenty of determination, Danny Reynolds created the company bearing his name on September 14, 1987. For Reynolds and his team, the date is significant, since this September marks thirty successful years in business and the culmination of years of hard work, late nights, sweat and trust in Jesus it took to make D. R. Reynolds Company, Inc. what it is today.

D. R. Reynolds Company, Inc.

Paving the Way for 75 Years

For seventy-five years, Guntert & Zimmerman (G&Z) has led the way in concrete slipform paving equipment. The company has enjoyed multiple firsts, and as a result of its ongoing investment, it has become a top name in the industry.

Guntert & Zimmerman

True to its Kentucky Roots

Stephens Manufacturing Company of Tompkinsville, Kentucky is celebrating its sixtieth anniversary making a range of stationary and portable concrete plants, mixers and environmental and material handling equipment. It takes on projects for customers across the United States, Canada, and even as far away as New Zealand, yet remains loyal to its local roots and commitment to quality.

Stephens Manufacturing

Manufacturing to Meet Your Needs

Indiana Phoenix is a manufacturer of custom-built front discharge cement mixers and glider trucks. Its size places it in a unique position in the industry. We spoke with its General Manager Dane Keener to find out more.

Indiana Phoenix

Strength and Safety

The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) has a history going back almost ninety years and continues to build on its past as it advocates the many benefits of concrete in the building industry for today. This membership organization is the leading supporter of the concrete sector and works in conjunction with state associations on issues such as regulation.

The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association

Doing it Right… All the Time

As a third generation, family-owned construction and engineering company, Payne & Dolan Incorporated, a Walbec Group Company, has been serving the needs of its customers for eighty-five years. The majority of the company’s clients are private and commercial customers requiring infrastructure solutions, but the Payne & Dolan name is synonymous with municipal, state and federal projects as well.

Payne & Dolan

Founded Over a Century Ago, the D.S. Brown Company Keeps Modern Infrastructure Intact

The D.S. Brown Company designs, supplies and manufactures engineered rubber, steel and concrete products for the transportation and infrastructure sector. The firm’s proprietary product line includes expansion joints, structural bearings, and waterproofing systems for constructing and rehabilitating highways and bridges.

Headquartered in North Baltimore, Ohio, D.S. Brown’s products have been used in several high profile projects such as San Francisco’s new Oakland Bay Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, and airport runway projects at Los Angeles International and John F. Kennedy International.

The D.S. Brown Company

More Than Just a Trend

The construction industry is typically slow to evolve. Despite the existence of countless new innovations and technologies, and safer, better ways to do things, it is an industry where tried and true construction methods and long-accepted materials are seldom replaced by a new product or approach.

April 17, 2021, 4:53 PM EDT