Acheson, AB (November 10, 2020) – JEN COL Construction is excited to announce their next phase of growth. As the western Canada-based construction company enters its forty-third year of operations, President & CEO, Cory Jodoin initiated the process of transferring ownership to employees.
The first step towards JEN COL’s goal of an employee owned construction services firm started with the addition of five long-standing JEN COL employees to the ownership group:
• Kyla Schultz, Chief Financial Officer
• Keith Golinsky, Chief Business Development Officer
• Sheldon Lee, Chief Operating Officer
• Rene Dubeau, Project Director
• Scott Solez, Estimating Manager
Shared ownership promotes a positive organizational culture that will lead to the ongoing success of JEN COL. Employee-owners are more engaged and this empowers our internal partners to continue providing exceptional service along with innovative, collaborative and forward-thinking solutions which positively impact our clients and partners.
Coupled with a complete refresh of the JEN COL brand this year, expanded ownership is the first step in creating an enduring organization for generations to come, which has been the company’s vision from day one. The goal is to transition to 100% employee ownership ensuring continued success for JEN COL.
About JEN COL
At JEN COL Construction, we don’t just build buildings, we’re building a better future – for our customers, our consultants, our trades and our people. Whether constructing an office building, a fire station, a school, a restaurant or a health clinic, this belief defines how we conduct our business, who we partner with and what projects we pursue. Throughout our 42-year history in western Canada, our objective has been to make construction an enjoyable and positive process in our effort to deliver the unrivaled project experience. Promise, Delivered.
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