Since 1924 the Builders’ Exchange of San Joaquin has served the construction industry as the leading organization to provide a centralized platform of communication for the bidding process of and public works projects for the San Joaquin County.
The Builders’ Exchange of San Joaquin is committed to providing the best services to the members through a variety of products such as the statewide online plan room, offering exclusive insurance products, industry-leading safety and educational training, social networking events, discounted vendor products and more!
The Board of Directors of the Builders’ Exchange of San Joaquin (BXSJ) is pleased to announce the appointment of Shannon Hurles as Executive Director.
In her new role, Hurles will lead the BXSJ to ensure a high level of organizational management, staffing, expand membership education, as well as new member development. Working closely with the Board of Directors, the staff and BXSJ members, she will lead and develop business strategies as they continue to grow, especially within San Joaquin County.
“As a small business owner in the construction industry, I personally know that the resources provided by the Builders’ Exchange of San Joaquin provide strong support for businesses, helping them to grow. The educational component offers each member the incredible opportunity to expand and provides the training that is now mandatory for contractors and businesses in the building industry,” states Shannon. “I am especially excited to heighten the social networking events that help build the partnerships and key relationships that are so important in the construction field.”
Since 2018, Shannon has served as President of J.R.H. General Engineering, Inc., where she handled all aspects of managing the company. It is through this business that she realized the strength and support companies can appreciate through their membership in the Builders’ Exchange of San Joaquin.
In her free time, Hurles is on the Board of Laborers Union Local 73 Apprenticeship, volunteers for the Animal Protection League, Stockton Rotary, Mountain View Rotary, Stockton Food Bank, as well as youth organizations Hoover Tyler Little League and Lincoln High School Band.