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Meet the Crew: Cheyenne Larson

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On December 8, 2020
This week are shining the spotlight on Cheyenne Larson! Cheyenne is a Carpenter Foreman for JP Cullen and has been in the construction industry for 15 years. We sat down with him to learn a little more about him. What sparked your interest in the construction industry? It was just by chance. I needed a […]
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Dedicated to Future Builders

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On December 1, 2020
This month, we celebrated National Apprenticeship Week at JP Cullen. National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is a nationwide celebration that brings together business leaders, career seekers, labor, educational institutions and other critical partners to demonstrate their support for apprenticeship. Apprentices on the Job Our apprentices are doing some awesome things, so we decided to highlight some […]
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Our Pledge to Increase Diversity

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On November 4, 2020
It is no secret that the benefits of having a diverse business is exponential from the variety of different perspectives, increased innovation and creativity, increase in production, and overall a better company culture with improved hiring results and higher employee engagement. JP Cullen is committed to building an inclusive workplace welcoming to people of all […]

JP Cullen Marketing Team Awarded SMPS National & Wisconsin Marketing Excellence Awards

Posted By George Cullen On October 22, 2020
We are excited to share that our Marketing team has been selected for two SMPS National Marketing Excellence Awards and two SMPS Wisconsin Marketing Excellence Awards! Project Pursuit Marketing-Mix Media Category For the Project Pursuit Marketing-Mix Media category, our team was awarded for our creative, customized proposal delivery for a healthcare client pursuit. As marketers […]
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Meet the Crew: Hannah Jost

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On October 13, 2020
Hannah Jost, a Site Engineer with JP Cullen, has been with the company since May 2018. She is currently at the VA Soldiers Home project where she is part of the window restoration work and case work throughout the building. What do you like best about working at JP Cullen?  Everyone has a similar personality […]
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Fifth Generation of Cullen Family
Assumes Co-Presidency

Posted By Katie Muth On October 6, 2020
JP Cullen is announcing the selection of Jeannie Cullen-Schultz and George Cullen as Co-Presidents of the 128-year old General Contractor. Their selection will bring forward the 5th generation of the Cullen family, which is quite an accomplishment considering that only about 3% of family businesses survive into the fourth generation or beyond. Jeannie Cullen-Schultz and […]
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Why You Need MEPF Coordination on Your Next Project

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On September 29, 2020
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire Protection (MEPF) coordination is the process of detecting and resolving clashes and constructability issues among these trades before stepping foot on the construction site. This allows the team to identify and verify these systems can be built as intended and fit above the ceilings. MEPF coordination is a key benefit […]
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Deep Historic Roots in Evansville

Posted By George Cullen On September 17, 2020
Our partnership with Evansville schools goes way back – 99 years to be exact. It all started during World War I when Evansville’s elementary school was experiencing crowded conditions. Prior to the referendum process we all know so well today, instead a simple vote was cast at their annual meeting in 1921. With a total […]
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Prefabrication in Active Hospitals: An Achievable Challenge

Posted By Trevor Mann On September 15, 2020
While working in a healthcare environment, we have discovered different techniques utilizing prefabrication to optimize safety, minimize the disruption to the customers daily activities, and save on operation cost and schedule. Each market has its own challenges, but for healthcare projects, our teams are often collaborating with customers in an active and sensitive environment. Although […]
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Meet The Crew: Mark Ihlenfeldt

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On September 11, 2020
Mark Ihlenfeldt, Process Improvement Engineer, started with JP Cullen in 2014 and is currently working on the Capitol Dome project. With Mark’s role he has the ability to be involved with a variety of jobsites and different stages of projects at any given time. In addition to his role in Process Improvement, he also performs […]
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