Our philosophy

Jendoco Construction Corporation believes every project requires personal involvement and commitment. We are proud to have earned a reputation for being a quality general contractor and construction manager.


We are a builder not a broker, approximately 20 to 30 percent of any given project is self-performed. Since 1957, our team has built, renovated and restored hundreds of buildings in the Tri-State area with skilled craftsmanship. Our depth of experience enables us to provide every type of construction and delivery method. In addition to typical commercial building, we have a diverse portfolio that includes restoration projects for places of worship along with renovation projects that involve handling priceless fossils.


Our team has renovated and restored numerous historic structures including the Calvary Episcopal Church, the Beth Shalom Temple, the Rodef Shalom Temple and the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. We have transformed existing structures for new uses. Some of those projects include the John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center for the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, the Bost Building, The Carriage House Children Center, Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Carnegie Mellon University Doherty Hall.