Quality construction and satisfied customers are reward enough at the end of a project. But we’re always pleased, of course, when others recognize a special project or effort on our part. James Talcott Construction has received a number of awards in recent years.

James Talcott Construction renovated the once-vacant Largent School into The Center for Mental Health. The work won awards for historic preservation, but it also put a grand old building back into community use.

James Talcott Construction renovated the once-vacant Largent School into The Center for Mental Health. The work won awards for historic preservation, but it also put a grand old building back into community use.

Academy of Distinguished Contractors – Brad Talcott
Brad Talcott was among the inaugural group of contractors inducted into the academy by the Montana State University Department of Civil Engineering. He was recognized for excellence in construction and his leadership both in the industry and his community.

MCA Environmental Excellence Award – Apgar Transit Center
The Montana Contractors Association presented this award to James Talcott Construction for our work on the Apgar project in Glacier National Park. The award recognizes the comprehensive effort to build a facility that meets the highest standards of environmentally responsible design and function.

The History Museum Preservation Award – The Center for Mental Health
The transformation of the aged and vacant Largent School into a vibrant center for mental health care was one of three efforts honored for outstanding preservation in Cascade County. Museum officials said ?the stately historic building keeps our history vibrant by fulfilling its original intent of serving our community.?

MCA Historic Preservation Award – The Center for Mental Health
This award recognized the planning and craftsmanship involved in converting a 1917 school building into a 21st century healthcare center. The building?s listing on the National Registry of Historic Places meant that special care was taken to preserve as much of the original design and materials as possible.

Construction Contractor Safety Award
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers presented this award to James Talcott Construction for our outstanding safety record on Corps projects at Malmstrom Air Force Base. The award noted that JTC ?aggressively enforced a proactive safety program that exceeded Corps of Engineers standards.?

Montana Constructor of the Year – Brad Talcott
The Montana State University College of Engineering presented this award to Brad in honor of his record of excellence in construction and for his service to the community. The judges specifically pointed out his use of construction to give back to his community.

MCA Excellence in Craftsmanship – MacKenzie River Pizza
The Montana Contractors Association presented this award in recognition of the detailed craftsmanship that went into construction of this Great Falls restaurant. The building included log finishes, slate floors, natural wood wainscot and textured concrete.

MCA Commercial Project – Farm Credit Bureau
Construction of the 10,000 square-foot building on the banks of the Missouri River was recognized for quality construction. The building includes 19 offices, a kitchen, conference and storage areas.