If you have traveled Maryland by vehicle or by boat, chances are you crossed a bridge or docked at a local marina renovated or built by the Dissen & Juhn Company, headquartered in Stevensville, Maryland. This second-generation, family-owned full-service marine and foundation contractor is nearing its fifth decade in business and over that time has built an impressive portfolio.
From timber bridges at Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina, in Cambridge; to the Bellevue-Oxford Ferry Bridge in Bellevue; to hundreds of commercial marinas like Harbor East Marina in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the Bay Bridge Marina on Kent Island, and the Port of Chestertown Marina on the Eastern Shore; Dissen & Juhn Company has cultivated a reputation for technical competence, quality assurance, reliability and safety.
The company’s relationship with regional general contractors is all about their ability to execute with precision and respond quickly to changes. The firm employs a highly trained and experienced team of construction professionals, including heavy equipment operators, carpenters, pile drivers and in-house engineers to address design, construction, use, and maintenance issues.
But that’s only the beginning. Dissen & Juhn executes superior project engagement from the top down and bottom up. The owners are involved in each project. Its management team includes multiple engineering disciplines, and onsite managers with extensive experience in all facets of marine construction.
In addition to transforming communities through their construction projects, the Dissen & Juhn Company is an active contributor to various charitable organizations, including the American Red Cross, Chesapeake Charities, Eagle Scouts, the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff, as well as to local churches and high schools.
Dissen & Juhn Company knows that operational details matter, and it shows. The firm has earned certification as a Bronze Level company in ABC’s STEP Safety Management System and has received numerous accolades for its construction projects. Its most recent awards include: 2019’s Merit Award in the Special Projects category for the Port of Chestertown Marina Redevelopment project; 2018’s Excellence in Construction Award for Harbor East Marina; and 2017’s Excellence in Construction Awards for both the Riverfront Redevelopment Pier in New Castle, Delaware and the Stevenson University Pedestrian Bridge in Owings Mills, MD.
So, don’t be surprised if your warm weather travels take you to a community transformed by the Dissen & Juhn Company. Just sit back and enjoy!