JJM has the experience and expertise to bridge knowledge gaps and safely complete projects in difficult environments (on time and on budget), while reducing risk to the owner. We promise to partner with clients and stakeholder and provide the experience and expertise needed to develop innovative and cost effective solutions that turn their visions into reality.
We specialize in replacing deteriorating infrastructure and expanding existing infrastructure enabling our clients to facilitate economic growth, expansion, and development in their regions and make communities more livable.
Our Core Purpose – BUILDING TO LAST
Building Infrastructure – Building Value – Building Relationships – Building Engagement – Building Safety
JJM’s Core Purpose, BUILDING TO LAST, supports decision-making that takes the long-term approach, focuses on making choices that will provide lasting solutions, long-term relationships and corporate sustainability. It is essential for the corporate organizational structure, human resource development, internal processes and systems, and strategic as well as daily business decisions to align with this Core Purpose.
It’s is about more than simply completing quality work for our clients. It’s also about building infrastructure that strengthens communities; building value for our clients through innovative and cost effective solutions; building mutually beneficial relationships with clients, partners and stakeholders; and building an internal culture of engagement that supports our core values of safety, quality, environmental protection, honesty and integrity, commitment, entrepreneurship, accountability, and stewardship.
We have successfully completed over 1,000 major construction projects throughout BC, Alberta and the Pacific Northwest, with a total unadjusted value over $1.3 billion. These projects have included highways, bridges, ferry terminals, rail, road and utility corridors, airport improvements, industrial/commercial site development, demolition, landfill closures, pump stations, sanitary sewer mains, environmental remediation, marine structures, dredging, foundation preparation and ground improvements, etc.
JJM has extensive experience successfully managing and executing challenging civil construction projects in high profile and environmentally sensitive areas. In 2011, JJM received the BC Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure Deputy Minister’s “Grading Contractor of the Year” award for its environmental performance on the South Fraser Perimeter Road – Alexander Road to 96th Street Landfill Closure project adjacent to the sensitive Burn’s Bog ecological area.
Our reputation is one of the key factors of our success as we move forward building a company that will endure the test of time. We are committed to the highest standard of project execution, professionalism and ethical business practice. We have built a reputation in the industry for providing quality services and products that are built to last.
Experience and Expertise
JJM has a depth of project experience and technical expertise. We have earned a solid reputation for professional and reliable project management and performance. Our senior management team has a wealth of construction and management experience, supported by a strong core of experienced project managers, superintendents, field engineers and project coordinators and backed by seasoned technical and administrative support staff, utilizing the latest technologies. JJM also has well established safety, quality control, and environmental management programs that are integral to the organization’s project delivery.
Over the past 30 years, JJM has successfully established valued working relationships with a number of First Nations Entities throughout British Columbia. JJM was founding and managing partner of Prince Rupert Constructors Limited Partnership (PRCLP), which completed a $70 million Road, Rail and Utility Corridor (RRUC) project for the Prince Rupert Port Authority on Ridley Island in Prince Rupert, BC. JJM forged a successful partnership with the local Coast Tsimshian Enterprises (Lax Kw’alaams and Metlakatla First Nations), and Emil Anderson Construction (EAC) Inc. to undertake this unique project.
We have enjoyed success managing a wide variety of heavy civil projects, both on land and on water due to our vast owned and operated large equipment fleet.
JJM owns and leases a diverse fleet of heavy and support construction equipment required for civil and marine construction projects (valued in excess of $25 million). JJM supports the asset management philosophy of providing the right machine for the right construction project; ensuring new, well maintained equipment is available to project sites in a timely manner, thus minimizing additional costs and delays as a result of equipment delays, breakdowns and / or repairs.
Our effective equipment division allows us to focus on finding smarter and more creative ways to get the job done quickly and efficiently. While our forte continues to be mass and precision excavation, and materials handling on land and on water; our equipment operators utilize the latest technologies to excavate and handle material efficiently and accurately. JJM is also known for innovation – finding improved, more creative, more cost-effective ways to construct the project quickly and efficiently.
We are committed to providing our clients with quality work that meets the project standards and specifications for materials, workmanship, tolerances, schedules and public service while maintaining safety, quality, profitability and competitiveness. We seek to achieve quality by instilling the principle of BUILDING TO LAST in the efforts of all levels of staff. We ensure continual improvement through quality processes which are directed by a strong management team.
Project Specific Quality Control Plans are prepared for all projects, and an Inspection and Testing Plan (ITP) is developed that establishes required inspection and testing regimes to ensure delivery of quality work that is compliant with contract requirements. Testing carried out by independent testing laboratories and the use of material certification from recognized suppliers are typical tools used for material compliance; inspections and field testing of work in progress and end-product are used to ensure our construction procedures and methodologies are delivering the specified result.
When we say that we strive to achieve superior safety standards by providing a safe and healthy workplace with safety as a primary consideration in all we do, we mean it. This message couldn’t be any clearer than in the commitment outlined in our Occupational Health and Safety Policy Statement that respects the rights of our workers to work in a safe environment and maintains a corporate safety culture that expects all levels of employees to refuse unsafe work; to actively participate in safety meetings and site inspections; and to report near miss incidents, injuries, equipment and property losses and environmental incidents when they occur. Our most important asset is our people. That’s why safety is an integral part of our job. Click here to view the complete policy statement.