Thank you to all who have served our great nation. Shannon would like to especially recognize our own Veterans, as well. 

We are grateful for your service. 

Dave Jansen
Ray Stinnett
Rich Amberson
Industry News
Historical restoration trades such as window restoration, masonry restoration, plaster repair, and finish carpentry are all highly specialized, making it hard to find skilled craftsmen in these areas of expertise today. These restoration trades are a dying field and something not many younger tradesmen are familiar with.
According to the Historic Trades Labor Analysis, July 2022 Edition, rehabilitation construction is still growing. The rehabilitation of existing buildings represents...Read More>>>
MBA Safety Awards 
Congratulations to our 2022 MBA Safety Award Winners! Zero accidents is quite an achievement. Thank you to Mike Kaminsky, Shawn Bulsak, Dave Jansen, Brandon Livsey, and John Burton for ensuring safety is always at the forefront for Shannon Construction projects.
Project Spotlight: Shannon Concrete Restoration
Have you heard the news? Shannon Construction is now providing our exceptional service capabilities to include the DC Metro Area. Specializing in concrete restoration and masonry, Shannon was awarded the LBJ Garage and St Regis Hotel restoration projects. Check back next month to see what else we have been creating in our newest market.
Sr. Project Manager, Charles Edwards
Superintendent, Ray Stinnett
Local News
PTHS Tech and Trade Fair

Shannon Construction once again participated in the Peters Township High School Tech and Trade Fair this past November 1st. Over 180 students and parents from 12 area high schools visited the trade fair tables learning about post high school opportunities. Shannon Construction would like to thank Leyna Steffen, Dean of Counseling Service and the Peters Township High School for recognizing that students need to be exposed to all career possibilities.

Pictured: Richard Clark, Shannon Construction Superintendent
Safety Tip from Matt Miller

During a daily walk-thru I noticed one of our subcontractors using a ladder that was not fully opened and locked. I stopped to explain to him how it was dangerous and unstable. I suggested he climb down so we could fix the issue and to keep him safe. We fixed the problem by opening the ladder all the way and ensured it was locked in place. We avoided a potential accident and he realized the mistake and now to double check whenever utilizing a ladder.
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