JCP Construction is excited to join Mortenson Construction for the new Bucks Arena project. The new arena will help Downtown Milwaukee thrive and continue to change the city's skyline.
JCP Construction is proud of the work completed at Pilgrim Rest Church and the City of Milwaukee's Building Boom. Building Boom Boosts Milwaukee area construction industry In 2008, James Phelps was faced with two choices: either hope to not get laid off from the construction firm he worked for, or start his own business. In [...]
The SBA is a great way to help local, small businesses grow. Minority-owned construction company benefits from SBA program It has been a big year for JCP Construction. The minority-owned business started by brothers James, Clifton and Jalin Phelps moved into a new building at the end of November and was named Subcontractor of the [...]
JCP Construction has won Subcontractor of the Year. Major thanks to the Daily Reporter for the honor. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWVA_xlaLmc
Clifton, Jalin and James Phelps were recently featured in the the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Family-owned JCP Construction stays nimble, keeps growing Sitting on metal folding chairs in an empty upstairs room of a two-story office building just north of downtown Milwaukee, the Phelps brothers offered their vision for how their new offices will look. [...]
JCP Construction is joining MEDC, Vangard Group and Engberg-Anderson to revive Martin Luther King Drive and North Avenue. Pete's will help bring fresh produce to the area and additional grocery shopping options to the local area.
JCP is thrilled about this new article posted on WISN. Mitchell International reveals new baggage carousels Carousels part of $45 million renovation Travelers at Mitchell International Airport Tuesday saw the end of what airport officials said were some much-needed renovations. The last set of remodeled baggage claim carousels, numbers four and five, will be unveiled. [...]
We are excited about our upcoming expansion at JCP. Read more about it in the Milwaukee Business Journal article here.