Building Blocks | November 2020

“No one who achieves success does so without the help of others. The wise and confident acknowledge this help with gratitude.” Alfred North Whitehead

We are Grateful

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them.” John F. Kennedy

After battling one of the most difficult years many of us have experienced, we wanted to take this newsletter as an opportunity to express our gratitude to our customers, our staff, and our partners in all aspects of our business.

Thank you to our Team!

At the core of Paul Hemmer Company is our team. Every project is backed by a group of individuals that come in everyday to work hard and play hard to provide the best products to our client. While we are grateful for each member of our staff, we want to recognized and thank these few specifically for their years of dedication to Paul Hemmer Company!


  • Joe Keller, 32 years with Paul Hemmer Company

Work Anniversaries:

  • Laura Utz | Senior Accountant
    • 35 years
  • Venita Jones | Accounting Manager
    • 20 years
  • Barry Markesbery | Superintendent
    • 5 years
  • Darlene Sunderhaus | Construction Group Coordinator
    • 5 years

Keep a look out on our social media as we regularly highlight and showcase the members of the PHC team!

Hemmer approved for Tenessee Development License

We are excited to announce that Paul Hemmer Company is officially licensed for commercial work anywhere in the state of Tennessee! This is a great first step in expanding our market and working towards becoming a household name outside the Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana area.

Dirt is Moving at Molto Litton Lane!

Paul Hemmer Company is excited to be working with Molto on a 166,000 SF distribution center off Litton Lane in Hebron, KY. Keep an eye on our social media as we continue to share updates about this exciting project!

Celebrating 100 Years of Hemmer

Johnny’s Toys in Covington/Latonia was a fixture in the Northern Kentucky community for kids from all around. Johnny’s toys would send cards to kids on their birthdays and allow them to pick out small toys from “the castle” on their birthday. Pictured here are a couple members of the Paul Hemmer team and Johnny’s Toys representatives posing with toy construction equipment at the beginning of construction for Johnny’s Toys.

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