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OUR LEGACY

From a crew of 10-15 “good men” to a fully integrated, heavy construction company with over 400 employees.

1957

James H. Lynch Jr. formally incorporates J.H. Lynch & Sons, Inc. in Cumberland, RI

1968

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

1970

Stephen P. Lynch, Sr. and his brother Gerald bought the business in 1970 after the passing of their father, James. Lynch experienced tremendous growth under their leadership and Stephen acquired full control of the company in 1989.

Steve’s relentless desire to lend a helping hand and to treat his neighbors and friends like he treats his own family soon became the guiding mission of Lynch and a key part of its success.

1973

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

1979

Lynch acquires Wescon Corporation of CT, expanding into concrete ready mix and asphalt operations in CT

1980

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

1981

Lynch purchases Granger-Lynch Corporation in Millbury, MA, an asphalt and sealcoat manufacturing facility

1983

Lynch completes construction for section of MA Rte. 146 with a contract value of $4.5 million

1985

Lynch acquires an asphalt operation in Peace Dale, RI.

1989

Lynch completes resurfacing and modifications to I-95 for the State of CT with a contract value of $7.1 million

1992

Lynch completes Rte. 295 ramp improvements for RIDOT with a contract value of $5.5 million

1995

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

1997

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

1998

Lynch acquires an asphalt manufacturing facility in East Providence, RI

1999

Lynch completes construction improvements to Pine Street Bridge for the National Railroad Passenger Corp., a contract valued at $1 million

 

1999

Stephen transferred full ownership to his sons, Stephen, Gregory and David in 1999.

2002

Lynch completes site construction for the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA, a contract valued at $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 barrier project of the MA Turnpike, a contract value of $9.9 million

2007

J.H. Lynch & Sons celebrates its 50th anniversary in business

2007

Lynch completes construction at Lincoln Park, a combined contract value of $10.1 million

2008

Lynch completes $30 million major utility infrastructure project at Brown University

2010

Lynch provides civil construction services for the Rhode Island Reliability Project, strengthening the power grid for Southern New England, contract value over $15 million

2012

Lynch performs reconstruction of I-95 in Waltham, MA contract over $23.5 million

2013

Lynch performs over $20 million of city street reconstruction for the City of Providence

2015

Lynch performs reconstruction of Faunce Corner Road in Dartmouth, MA including bridge replacement over I-195 a contract value of over $20 million

2016

Lynch performs enhancements to the Providence Train Station for RIDOT a contract value of over $6 Million

2016

Lynch provides civil and utility services for the Block Island Wind Farm project, a contract value of over $20 Million

2017

Lynch performs major expansion of the RIRRC in Johnston, RI a contract value of $15 Million

2018

Lynch replaces the Pine Street Bridge over I-95 in Pawtucket, RI for RIDOT, an accelerated bridge project, in just 90 calendar days, realizing the maximum incentive from RIDOT, for a contract value of over $6 Million

J.H. Lynch & Sons, Inc.
50 Lynch Place
Cumberland, RI 02864

(401) 333-4300
(800) 545-9624
FAX: (401) 333-2659
info@jhlynch.com