The John R. Jurgensen Company, incorporated in 1955, is a third generation private family owned corporation specializing in heavy highway construction. With over 500 employees, the John R. Jurgensen Company primarily works in Southern Ohio, Southern Indiana, and Northern Kentucky serving the public sector DOTs, municipalities, as well as private owner needs. We specialize in asphalt paving, milling, bridge structures, and grade/drain work. Our projects range in size from large Design Build interstate reconstruction jobs to small private parking lots.
With our dynamic employee base, we excel in working with our customer’s needs and have a proven track record completing jobs on time and within budget. Safety is the John R. Jurgensen Company’s number one goal. The John R. Jurgensen Co. is built with a solid foundation providing needed resources for technology, training, and technical support to safely manage and build projects. Each year we achieve the highest level of safety recognition from our industry groups.
Our core values of hard work, forward thinking and willing to learn have led to a long standing relationship with our customers. Please contact the John R. Jurgensen Company to answer any question and learn how we can exceed you expectations.
John R. Jurgensen Co. Projects
Southern Ohio Veteran's Memorial Highway
Ohio Dept. of Transportation’s first Public-Private Partnership (P3) construction project and the state’s single, largest earthwork to date.
Western Row Interchange in The City of Mason
Set to be finished by July of 2019, The Western Row interchange helps continue the rapid commercial growth in Mason.
Union Center Boulevard Interchange
A Diverging Diamond Interchange that increases both I-75’s capacity and West Chester’s economic prosperity.
Lanes Mill Bridge
In collaboration with the Butler County Engineer’s Office as a Design-Build Project, Lanes Mills Bridge is an example of Jurgensen’s collaborative efforts at its best.
Runway 3R-21L at the Cincinnati Municipal Airport
The rehabilitation project of Runway 3R-21L at the Cincinnati Municipal Airport in Lunken Field, using over 23,500 tons of asphalt.
A significant re-paving on State Route 52 in order to remove roadway hazards.
Reed Hartman Highway
A series of projects including a lane addition, drop lane addition, and the upgrading of all traffic signals.
Butler County Resurfacing
The resurfacing of approximately 45 miles of heavily traveled Butler County roads.
I-75 Cut in the Hill
A project encompassing paving repairs and diamond grinding in order to improve the quality of Interstate 75 in Northern Kentucky.