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Museum organizers should be going all-local

Like Rodney Dangerfield, Colorado Springs architects get no respect. It must be galling to be shut out, to see the most nationally significant regional architectural commission since the Air Force Academy go to an out-of-town firm. Earlier this week, we learned that the U.S. Olympic Museum organizers had chosen Colorado Springs-based contractor GE Johnson Construction… Continue Reading Museum organizers should be going all-local

GE Johnson, Denver architectural firm chosen for Olympic Museum

The Business Journal has learned that The United States Olympic Museum has chosen Colorado Springs-based contractor GE Johnson Construction Co. to build the yet to be designed downtown facility. GE Johnson, founded in 1967, has a long and illustrious history in Colorado Springs. The company recently completed the $49 million remodeling of Broadmoor West. GE… Continue Reading GE Johnson, Denver architectural firm chosen for Olympic Museum

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Kudos! – November 4, 2011

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GE Johnson logs 5 million hours with no injuries GE Johnson Construction Company recently exceeded 5 million man-hours worked without a day-away-from-work injury, which equates to every hour worked on more than $2 billion worth of projects since 2005. GE Johnson has completed more than $6 billion in projects throughout the Rocky Mountain region, and… Continue Reading Kudos! – November 4, 2011

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G.E. Johnson among safest workplaces

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Springs-based G.E. Johnson Construction is one of six companies recognized by the Premium Cost Containment Program for its workplace safety record. G.E. Johnson is nearing 5 million work hours without having a lost a work day due to injury. The Premium Cost Containment Program is designed to reduce insurance premiums by $270.7 million this year. Nearly… Continue Reading G.E. Johnson among safest workplaces

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GE Johnson construction company CEO Jim Johnson knows that many subcontractors working on his projects don’t offer health insurance to their employees. Broadmoor hotel CEO Steve Bartolin recognizes the same issue — part-time, seasonal workers in the hospitality industry don’t get health insurance through work. That’s why both companies give money to Peak Vista Community… Continue Reading Uninsured-workers’ needs prompt support for Peak Vista

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GE Johnson CEO named to state education board

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Governor Bill Ritter has appointed Jim Johnson, president and CEO of Springs-based GE Johnson Construction Co., to the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education. Johnson will serve on the board through 2014. It was the final round of appointments for the outgoing governor.

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Colorado-Springs based G.E. Johnson Construction was selected for the first phase of Centura Health’s hospital project in Castle Rock. The $23.6 million project will begin this summer. G.E. Johnson is no stranger to Centura –  the company has completed more than 3 million square feet of projects at nine Centura Health campuses. The company recently… Continue Reading G.E. Johnson named to Centura’s Castle Rock project

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G.E. Johnson Construction Co. just completed work on the $4.5 million St. Anthony Summit County Medical Center. The 12,739-square-foot mountain community project came in ahead of schedule and under budget, said spokesman Al Slattery. The new hospital wing expansion includes 10 additional beds, four intensive care unit beds and six progressive care patient rooms. “Our… Continue Reading Hospital building proves to be a boon for G.E. Johnson

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Colorado Springs’ general contractor, G.E. Johnson Construction Co., has been awarded a contract to build an $18 million pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade school in the San Luis Valley. The 80,000-square-foot building and campus in Mosca represents the first significant capital improvement to the Sangre de Cristo School District’s facilities since the early 1970s, said GEJ spokesman… Continue Reading G.E. Johnson chosen to build Sangre de Cristo school

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G.E. Johnson selected for Visual Arts Building

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Colorado Springs-based G.E. Johnson Construction Co. has been awarded a contract to build a $27 million visual arts building at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The two-level 83,750-square-foot facility will contain studios for drawing, sculpture, metalworking, ceramics, printmaking and related support facilities. Johnson will pursue U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environment… Continue Reading G.E. Johnson selected for Visual Arts Building

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