H.J. Martin and Son is a winner of The Daily Reporter's Newsmakers of the Year award.
Annually, the publication recognizes the outstanding achievements of local companies and individuals, and how their actions have made an impact on the building community.
“Service has been a pillar of our company for more than 80 years, so it seems appropriate that we would be recognized in that area,” said Edward Martin, CEO of H.J. Martin. “We can’t thank our many talented employees enough for their significant role in this achievement. Without them, it would not be possible.”
Among the retailer's projects noted by The Daily Reporter were the 50-plus educational facilities completed by the company this year, the service provided to its many national retailer clients and the cross-divisional services at automobile dealers across Wisconsin.
Also recognized by the publication was the work of H.J. Martin in hospitality projects, including new fan and player amenities at the Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field. Also among these were construction services to the new 1919 Kitchen & Tap restaurant, the new Packers Hall of Fame and a new hydrotherapy pool for use by Packers players.
The company’s work in the hospitality sector this year also included the 12 Tribes Resort & Casino in Omak, Wash., and the renovation of the Edgewater Hotel in Madison, Wis., along with Backstage at the Meyer and renovation of the Hampton Inn property connected to the expanded KI Convention Center, both in Green Bay, Wis.
The continued growth of H.J. Martin in the areas of multi-family housing, senior-living projects and memory-care facilities across the Midwest also was noted.