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James D. Morrissey, Sr., our company founder, was born.
James D. Morrissey, Sr. quits school to work full time.
He officially started his construction business by doing basement excavations for residential homes.
Marks the first mechanical stripping of Corson Quarry in Plymouth Meeting, PA.
Completed excavation of the Northeast Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Construction of Northeast Airport during World War II.
Expanded the Lancaster Airport and completed first major highway construction job on the Chester Pike.
Constructed the Roosevelt Boulevard Extension and built most of Northeast Philadelphia.
Built original section of Schuylkill expressway from Gulph Mills to Valley Forge. Also constructed 15 miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Eastern, PA.
Opened James D. Morrissey, Inc.’s main office in northeast Philadephia.
Built Route 309 in Montgomery County and Route 33 through Monroe County.
Constructed Interstate 80 in Monroe, Lackawanna, and Luzerne Counties.
Built the Reading Bypass.
Expanded Roosevelt Boulevard and constructed the original Philadelphia Park (Keystone Park).
Expanded Roosevelt Boulevard from Grant Ave to City Line and built Route 1.
Used modern day slip form paving on Route 1 in Bucks County, marking the first time this type of paving was used in Pennsylvania.
Constructed Interstate 95 through Bucks County.
Built 20 miles of Route 380 through the Pocono Mountains.
Constructed new runway at the Philadelphia International Airport.
Built Route 422 (Pottstown Bypass).
Began construction of Willow Grove Park Mall.
Expanded Route 80 & 380 Interchanges – Roads that were originally built by our company.
Reconstructed Philadelphia Park.
Expanded runway at Philadelphia Airport, which was originally constructed by our company.
Awarded $92,000,000 contract for construction of section of Blue Route (equates to $172,232,161 in 2013 dollars!) and another $53,000,000 as a subcontractor for another section. Also began Construction of Franklin Mills Mall.
Construction to convert Wheelabrator trash to a steam plant.
Reconstructed and expanded Woodhaven Rd. Interchange & I–95. Resulted in the largest bonus ever given to a contractor in the state of Pennsylvania for delivering a project before deadline.
Reconstructed Route 380 in Lackawanna County PA.
Resurfaced Woodhaven Rd. Totally reconstructed and expanded Route 413.
Reconstructed and expanded Route 80 & 380.
Reconstructed and expanded Route 309 in Montgomery County, PA.
Reconstructed Route 33.
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From construction project management and execution of your project to delivery of asphalt, aggregates and ready mixed concrete, James D. Morrissey, Inc., Eureka Stone Quarry, Inc. and JDM Materials Co. have the resources and know-how to help you get the job done!