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GE Johnson joins DPR Construction

GE Johnson joins DPR Construction

The deal offers both companies strategic growth and employee development opportunities. 


By DPR Construction | October 4, 2021
GE Johnson joins DPR Construction U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum, Colorado Springs photo by Jason O’Rear
U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum, Colorado Springs, Colo., build by GE Johnson. Photo: Jason O’Rear

GE Johnson joined the DPR Construction family of companies. This offers both companies strategic growth and employee development opportunities. GE Johnson will continue to further its presence in the Mountain States by leveraging DPR's global customer relationships. At the same time, employees of both firms will see increased career and growth opportunities.

For customers, it will be business as usual with GE Johnson. GE Johnson and H.W. Houston will maintain their brands, and GE Johnson will continue to operate as its own contracting entity. President & CEO Jim Johnson will remain in his role along with other GE Johnson leaders.

“Even as we’ve grown successfully into new markets, we wanted to engage with a global firm that supports our culture and people and aligns with our values,” Johnson said. “We are elated to announce that we are joining the DPR family of companies. This will provide long term financial assurance, continued leverage of our self-perform capabilities, career opportunities for staff and craft, and access to the latest in technology and delivery methods.”

“We welcome GE Johnson to the DPR family and are excited to be able to better support our customers in the locations where GE Johnson has established itself as one of the best builders,” said George Pfeffer, who serves on DPR’s management committee. “Both our firms see ourselves as builders first. It’s exciting to know that our talented people at both companies will have more opportunities to share their passion for building.”

About GE Johnson
For more than half a century, GE Johnson has been dedicated to enriching our communities by leading and building projects with the best people and ideas. The company embraces the power of ingenuity and trusting relationships, and values integrity, safety, collaboration, and excellence.  GE Johnson is headquartered in Colorado Springs with regional offices in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Wyoming. The building portfolio includes projects in the healthcare, education, multi-family/hospitality, advanced technology, commercial office, public/Federal, and cultural markets. Please visit gejohnson.com for more information.

About DPR Construction
DPR Construction is a forward-thinking, self-performing general contractor and construction manager specializing in technically complex and sustainable projects for the advanced technology, life sciences, healthcare, higher education and commercial markets. DPR’s portfolio of work ranges from large-scale new construction to small tenant improvements and special projects. Founded in 1990, DPR is a great story of entrepreneurial success as a private, employee-owned company that has grown to a multi-billion-dollar organization with offices around the world. Strategically focused on delivering more predictable outcomes through applications of virtual design & construction, prefabrication, its corps of self-perform workers, and leveraging data to learn and improve from DPR consistently ranks among the top building contractors and employs approximately 9,000 professionals across its family of companies. For more information, visit http://www.dpr.com.

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