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A Few Good Men It began with a crew of 10 – 15 hard-working individuals in the 1950’s. Today, with over 250 employees J.H. Lynch has a diverse workforce of skilled laborers, heavy equipment operators, truck drivers, carpenters and business professionals.

The Real McCoy J.H. Lynch is a recognized name in today’s heavy construction industry. We’ve paved outside the old McCoy Stadium in the mid 1960’s and in 2002 completed major bridge infrastructure connecting roadways to the revamped Gillette Stadium.

At the Forefront of Technology Our asphalt plant facilities in Cumberland, East Providence and South Kingstown, Rhode Island; Millbury, Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut manufacture the highest quality paving material at the same standards of excellence established by our grandfather, James H. Lynch, Jr. In 1957.

Moving Forward Since 1957, quality work has been the hallmark of Lynch serving an expanding construction market reaching as far west a Springfield, MA and Hartford, CT and northeast to the limits of Boston and Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

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Rock Solid Manufacturing Lynch’s quarry and asphalt operations provide the industry with quality construction materials such as bituminous concrete, gravel, stone, sand and loam.

On the Road Since 1957 J.H. Lynch maintains one of the finest fleets of construction equipment and vehicles in the industry which translates directly into safer operations and reduced equipment failures.

Putting in a Hard Day’s (and Night’s) Work Since 1957 J.H. Lynch does whatever it takes to get the job done right! We pride ourselves on reinventing the delivery of our products and services in order to exceed customers’ expectations.

From the Roads Less Traveled to the Bridges You Cross As a leading construction company in Southeastern New England, we pride ourselves on creating and applying innovative engineering solutions to construction projects.  Whether your job is storm water management for large retail site projects or rehabilitation to bridge decks on active Amtrak overpasses, we have what it takes to get your job done.

Commitment and Innovation The combination of hard-work, commitment and investment in the latest technologies distinguish J.H. Lynch as an industry leader. Our capabilities have expanded from the building of roads and highways to include bridge construction, site development and services to the telecommunication and utility industries.

We’ve Been Going the Extra Mile Since 1957 J.H. Lynch ensures that every project is given the same priority and attention-to-detail it deserves. Whether we are paving a major highway or constructing a new off-ramp, the team at J.H. Lynch has the capabilities and workforce to meet our customers’ needs.

50 Years of Excellence is Just the Beginning The Company’s mission has always been to deliver construction services and products that are distinguished by our commitment to Quality, Ingenuity and Performance. This commitment has allowed us to take our place at the forefront of the construction industry.

 

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1957. James H. Lynch Jr. formally incorporates J.H. Lynch & Sons, Inc.

1968. Lynch builds a state-of-the-art Barber Greene asphalt plant.

1973. Lynch expands into the sand and gravel business through the acquisition of Mack Construction.

1979. Lynch acquires Wescon Corp. of Conn. expanding into concrete ready mix and asphalt operations in northern CT.

1980. Lynch paves Providence City Streets, a contract value of $2.8 million.

1981. Lynch purchases Granger Lynch Corp. in Millbury, MA, acquiring an asphalt and sealcoat manufacturing facility.

1983. Lynch completes construction contract for a section of Massachusetts Rte. 146., a contract value of $4.5 million.

1985. Lynch acquires an asphalt operation in Peace Dale, RI.

1989. Lynch completes resurfacing and modifications to 1-95 for the State of RI, a project value of $7.1 million.

1992. Lynch executes a contract for Rte. 295 ramp improvements for RIDOT, a contract value of $5.5 million.

1995. Lynch completes three retail site developments for Stop & Shop with a combined contract value of $5.6 million.

1997. Lynch completes runway construction of T.F. Green Airport with a combined contract value of $19.1 million.

1998. Lynch acquires an asphalt manufacturing facility in East Providence, Rl.

1999. Lynch completes construction improvements to Pine River Bridge for the National Railroad Passenger Corp., a contract value of $1.0 million

2002. Lynch completes site construction for the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA, a contract value of $4.1 million.

2002. Lynch completes construction of bridges and road infrastructure leading to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA, a contract value of $10.3 million.

2005. Lynch completes a MA Turnpike barrier project, a contract value of $9.9 million.

2007. J.H. Lynch & Sons celebrates it’s 50th anniversary in business.

2007. Completing site construction at Lincoln Park, a combined contract value of $10.1 million.

2011. Lynch is awarded a MADOT project for the Reconstruction of a Section of Route 95 with a contract value of $22M.

2011. Lynch announces the formation of Lynch Corp, to operate all manufacturing facilities in Rhode Island

2012. Lynch is awarded a MADOT project for the Reconstruction of Trapelo Road with a contract value of $17M.