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Building our communities

Our dedication to personal development, family, and community is in our blood and at the core of our business. We literally get to leave our mark on this world with the buildings we build. Not just any buildings either - schools, hospitals, and manufacturing facilities right in our community!

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JP Cullen Foundation

The JP Cullen Foundation was established by Mark, David and Richard Cullen in 1992 in honor of their father, JP Cullen. Since then the Foundation has given over $7 million in gifts and grants to the community, changing lives and making a difference across our region.

Educating the next generation of builders

We partner with high school and higher education institutions where we offer mentorship, internships and co-ops, participate in career fairs and guest lecture for various courses and activities such as mock bid days.

Building an Inclusive Workplace

Our commitment to diversity starts with our diverse ownership and executive group creating an inclusive culture in our offices and our jobsites. A significant transition within JP Cullen’s ownership took place at the end of 2021 – the fifth generation of the Cullen family acquired ownership, leading to the first female owners – Jeannie Cullen-Schultz and Laura Cullen.


Our employees volunteer with a wide variety of organizations, sit on boards and committees and make personal financial contributions that we match with corporate donations.


donated in gifts and grants since 1992


volunteer hours


in scholarships donated annually


student mentoring partnerships with high schools


We started our Young Leaders program in 2004 to develop future company leaders through mentoring, shared learning and by immersion into worksite, supplier and service communities. Today there are over 60 active Young Leaders working on community projects in Milwaukee, Janesville and Madison, carrying out 60+ community service events per year.