What happens before you start construction?

A construction project doesn’t start when the crew shows up on the jobsite. Preplanning is just as important as the actual construction on the job. After the project manager gets the go ahead to move forward on a project, they will assign a superintendent. The superintendent is the go-to person on-site responsible for the day…

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New Director of Business Development at Janotta & Herner

Janotta & Herner has announced Tyler Wasserman will assume the role of Director of Business Development effective August 1, 2020. “We are thrilled to have Tyler lead our business development efforts, said CEO Paul Roeder. “Tyler has been with Janotta & Herner since last September and brings energy, integrity and a business skillset that will…

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What is Design-Build?

“I have a project that I want to do. Where do I go from here?” Some companies might get an architect to draw up a design. The company would then take the plans to a few construction companies to see what the cost would be to turn the design into a reality. They would then…

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Janotta & Herner Welcomes New Chief Executive Officer

Janotta & Herner has recently added Paul J. Roeder to their company as Chief Executive Officer. He will also be Chief Executive Officer to sister companies Firelands Fabrication in New London and 620 Construction in Medina.  “The board is excited to have Paul join the Janotta & Herner family, said Board Member Ken Schafer. “His…

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How to avoid your co-workers, for the right reasons!

Author:  Brian Stanley AIA, NCARB As businesses are starting to return from state mandated stay-at-home orders, employers are tasked with operating in a new normal that hinges on your employees limiting personal interactions.  This idea is contradictory to the collaborative spirit most offices have embraced, up until February 2020 that is.  This idea of a…

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Construction 101

When you are driving down the road and see a construction site, what is the first thing you ask yourself? I bet 9 times out of 10 it’s “what’s going there?”. But have you ever thought about the process itself? What goes into putting a new building together? Our first exploration into our industry will…

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Awarding Hardworking Employees

At the end of 2017, the JHI Group reflected on the success and growth made throughout the year. With this in mind, the employees and executive team took on the annual task to consider those individual employees who truly gave extra effort to help make their company better. These hardworking employees are dedicated to their…

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620 Construction completes Yoga Bliss

620 Construction’s first completed project of 2018 is pure zen! This project consisted of the build-out of a new yoga studio at Heritage Crossing in Green, Ohio. This is the second studio for Yoga Bliss owner Caroline Grenowski. Her other studio is located in Fairlawn. The 3,000 square foot space includes a locker/retail area, men’s…

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March 2017 JHI Group News

  On an early summer morning, the unthinkable happened at the headquarters of Thorsport in Sandusky. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Team suffered a major fire that destroyed a large portion of their 100,000 SF facility. Shortly after the fire had been extinguished, Janotta & Herner had its team of Engineers onsite to ensure…

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The Design/Build Review: A Little Heavy Lifting

When you find yourself with a pretty big problem, you’re going to need some pretty big tools and people with the right know-how to fix it. That is exactly what happened when Janotta & Herner was contacted to move and replace an 83,000 pound, wooden pedestrian bridge that was failing. The Client wanted to replace…

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