A Legacy of Results
JG goes live with Sage Intacct Construction, a new cloud based accounting software. This sets the company up to be 100% cloud based with all programs integrated within each other, providing real time data to all project participants and stakeholders.
JG is acquired by Adam Shihadeh, President of Bullseye Builders, Inc. While maintaining the same core services of the JG business, Adam's vision is to carry on the company's legacy, utilize the JG team's collective expertise, and lead the organization into the next generation of construction.
JG integrates state of the art Procore software across all projects.
JG Completes the new construction of the Day Creek Square Shopping Center in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
JG is awarded the conversion of an existing K-Mart into a new 24-Hour Fitness center, located in Chino Hills, CA.
JG breaks ground on $4,000,000 Rodgers Commerce Center Project.
JG is consistently ranked among the top commercial contractors in the Inland Empire.
JG is awarded a $4,500,000 project for Spectrum Town Center in Chino, CA.
JG migrated its accounting software from CDCI to Timberline (Sage 300 Construction & Real Estate).
JG developed, built, and moved into its new corporate headquarters, where we still reside today. Located in Chino, CA, this 16,000SF, two story office campus includes a full height warehouse, high pile storage, and a private yard for our service fleet.
JG breaks ground on its new corporate headquarters in Chino, CA.
JG moves into a new and larger location on Schaefer Avenue in Chino.
JG purchases its first construction accounting software, CDCI, bringing the organization into the future.
June Grothe obtains her contractor's license and assumes leadership of JG Construction.
JG moves to its second location on Valley Blvd. in Walnut, CA.
JG purchased its first computer!
JG incorporates the business and splits into two divisions: JG Enterprises and JG Electric.
The company moves into it's first office in Walnut, CA, hires its first executive to head up the construction division, and changes its name to JG Enterprises.
The company is formed as JK Enterprises, an electrical maintenance company and small general contractor.