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Coffee with the Cullens: George Cullen

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On May 15, 2020
JP Cullen is a fifth-generation, 127-year-old company with a rich family history. We’ve had the chance to meet the crew, but we thought it’s time we meet the Cullens. What better way than to grab a cup of coffee and catch up? Our first feature is George Cullen, who recently was a recipient of the […]
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The Superbowl of Safety

Posted By George Cullen On May 5, 2020
When we say safety is our number one priority, we mean it. At the forefront of our business is the commitment we make to our employees that when they step on a jobsite, they will return home safe to their families each night. Learn how our safety team was recognized and how their safety practices […]
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A Sense of Optimism

Posted By Jeannie Cullen-Schultz On April 29, 2020
With many of us at home and feeling a sense of unknown, we have been looking back at history and reflecting on what our 128 years of business can teach us during this time. As we work through these trying times, we were reminded of the life and leadership examples that have been passed on […]
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The Benefits of Storyboarding Your Everyday Life

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On March 3, 2020
Construction often requires tight timelines, quick turnarounds, and unpredictable challenges. Once construction on a job site has begun, it’s crucial that we stay on top of our planning and scheduling. How do we go about his? Storyboarding. Everyday life creates a similar balancing act that can be difficult to plan, but luckily, we have a […]
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Captured: The Human Element of a Concrete Pour

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On
Construction creates a unique environment that when captured in the right moment can be breathtaking. Paul Vassolotti, a skilled photographer in the Madison area, captured a photo of one of our Laborer’s that was selected for ENR Magazine’s 2019 Year in Construction Photo Contest. Meet Paul Paul Vassolotti has a passion for photography and has […]
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Blackhawk Technical College Press Release Features JP Cullen In
“JP Cullen Donates $50K for the
Nancy B. Parker Scholars Program
at Blackhawk Tech”

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On January 7, 2020
Jennifer Thompson from Blackhawk Technical College wrote an article about JP Cullen’s recent donation to the Nancy B. Parker Scholars Program at Blackhawk Tech. Check out the article here: As three classes of Nancy B. Parker Scholars celebrate the end of finals week, Blackhawk Technical College is celebrating the announcement of a large gift to […]
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Meet the Crew: Callum Toal

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On December 3, 2019
We are shining the spotlight on Callum Toal! Move Across the Pond In 2006, Callum moved to the United States from the United Kingdom. Following his big move to the United States, Callum attended the University of Wisconsin‐Platteville and graduated in May of 2018. He has been with JP Cullen for a year and a […]
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Meet the Crew: Kate Olson

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On November 20, 2019
In honor of National Apprenticeship Week last week, we sat down with Kate Olson, Carpenter Apprentice at JP Cullen. Kate interned at JP Cullen for two years and officially joined the team back in 2017. What sparked your interest in the construction industry? For me, there wasn’t really a big moment in choosing construction. There […]
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