Our History

Our History

Local Roots

Founded in 1978 by John Hyland, who was born and raised in Springfield, Oregon, John Hyland Construction has evolved from a small local contractor to one of the Pacific Northwest’s most trusted and proficient construction companies. Though the scope of our projects have significantly expanded, the Hyland business approach is still rooted in our originating principles – to be a skilled and accountable team of experts improving communities through excellence in construction.

Veteran Team Members

The strength and dedication of our team are cornerstones of the Hyland operation. On average, our project managers have been with us for 20 years, and our crew members for 10 years. These numbers show that we’re both a great company to work for and a construction specialist that knows through vast experience how to get the job done.

The Full-Service Advantage

Still managed and guided by the Hyland Family, John Hyland Construction remains devoted to providing exceptional self-performing construction services delivered on time and within budget. A unique combination of local knowledge and full-service capabilities has allowed us to achieve one of our greatest milestones: all John Hyland Construction’s CM/GC and GMP projects have been completed under budget.

Our referral-based success and long-standing relationships with clients and subcontractors testify to our collaborative approach, which has helped fortify our reputation as one of the region’s premier providers of Construction-Management and General-Contracting services.

  • $32,069,000 – The Meridian
  • $29,529,000 – Springfield Elementary Replacement Schools Maple & Thurston
  • $26,682,000 – Eugene Public Library
  • $24,983,000 – Springfield Justice Center
  • $22,707,000 – Cottage Grove High School Phases I & II
  • $22,157,000 – University of Oregon Living Learning Center
  • $22,046,000 – Sacred Heart Medical Center – Parking Garage & Medical Offices
  • $16,644,000 – University of Oregon Recreation and Fitness Center
  • $15,049,000 – Invitrogen
  • $14,640,000 – University of Oregon School of Music & Dance