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About Sisters Construction

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We are a woman owned and operated, full service construction company. Sisters construction has been in business for 14 years and is constantly evolving and expanding our knowledge with time. We work in residential as well as commercial.

Sisters Construction was founded in 2003, with the mission to provide a safe place for minorities, including women, to be able to work in the construction trades. Although we have a mixture of both men and women on our team, we are always looking to hire skilled and talented women. We offer a variety of services in remodeling, construction, and custom design work for both commercial and residential spaces. 

At Sisters Construction our strengths are communication, attention to details, design, and accurate pricing with no hidden charges. We ALWAYS show up when we say we will! We are willing to travel for the right job but are based in Denver, Colorado.  We also offer our services in Hawaii in the winters. 

Sisters Construction provides equality of services, employment and care to everyone, regardless of people’s age, disability, gender, gender identity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.

 

Why Minorities? 

Sisters Construction offers a safe space to work and learn in the trades industry, specifically for women and minorities. Currently, 88% of women in the industry report being harassed. We are changing this by creating an environment that promotes mindful communication and hires well-rounded people who cultivate this culture in our company.

Rosie the Riveter was the first pioneer to cross these treacherous waters back in WW2 when women were hired to build war related equipment including massive ships while the men were at war.  We are the new pioneers trying to change the experiences homeowners can have in remodeling or building their houses. We go above and beyond what we need to do because we are aware that we are representing all minorities in the trades. 


Jeannie Frankovitch    Founder of Sisters Construction   Jeannie joined the Police Academy in Hawaii 15 years ago, graduated and shortly realized that was not the career for her. Jeannie's father and brother are both in construction so she decided to follow in their footsteps. She started out framing houses with an all male crew and shortly after decided to get into finish carpentry instead.  She have been in construction for 14 years, and has been a GC for 9 of those years. She has ran her own business for the majority of that time. Throughout her career in a male dominated field she has many unfortunate stories about the prejudices and discrimination she has experienced. Through perseverance and an unwillingness to give up, she has learned how to be with men in the trades and to have lots of patience and fun along the way.  She ran mostly male crews for several years and then decided to specifically hire women because she wanted to prove that women can build just as good as men can. It's been years and she no longer feels the need to prove herself and her crew anymore. Through this shift and newfound clarity, she is trying to make a difference for women and is instead focused on just creating a safe place for women to work. She is currently hiring women to help them along their career path. Ideally, her goal is to teach these women enough skills so they can get their own GC license and to run their own crews. She hopes to franchise Sisters and create a space where all the women working for her will be running their own crew while still representing Sisters.

Jeannie Frankovitch

Founder of Sisters Construction

Jeannie joined the Police Academy in Hawaii 15 years ago, graduated and shortly realized that was not the career for her. Jeannie's father and brother are both in construction so she decided to follow in their footsteps. She started out framing houses with an all male crew and shortly after decided to get into finish carpentry instead.

She have been in construction for 14 years, and has been a GC for 9 of those years. She has ran her own business for the majority of that time. Throughout her career in a male dominated field she has many unfortunate stories about the prejudices and discrimination she has experienced. Through perseverance and an unwillingness to give up, she has learned how to be with men in the trades and to have lots of patience and fun along the way.

She ran mostly male crews for several years and then decided to specifically hire women because she wanted to prove that women can build just as good as men can. It's been years and she no longer feels the need to prove herself and her crew anymore. Through this shift and newfound clarity, she is trying to make a difference for women and is instead focused on just creating a safe place for women to work. She is currently hiring women to help them along their career path. Ideally, her goal is to teach these women enough skills so they can get their own GC license and to run their own crews. She hopes to franchise Sisters and create a space where all the women working for her will be running their own crew while still representing Sisters.

 
 

Testimonials

"Sisters Construction and I just completed our second large-scale commercial project together and I could not recommend Jeannie and her team more highly. Incredible attention to detail, timely, and fun to work with. Most of all I want to comment that Sisters has an incredible talent for spotting the opportunities to improve every detail and design across a project, where most GCs would just get the job done. This attention and care for their product was inspiring and definitely a reason to choose Sisters over the alternative. I look forward to working together again soon!"
- David Champion CPO, Co-founder of Baker Technologies

"Owner is obsessed with client satisfaction and will do whatever it takes to provide a result exceeding your expectations"
- Ken Caryl Residents

"Has nothing but the best Denver has to offer working for her."
- Matt Anderson


Press

New baker office:
Baker, the leading CRM for the cannabis industry, servicing more than 800 dispensaries across the U.S. and Canada, recently moved into a new office in Denver, Colorado, designed by Baker’s co-founder and former architect David Champion and Sisters Construciton. 

Dwell Magazine Article: 
Located in Denver’s Historic Ballpark District, Baker's new office will house 60 of its employees, one of the largest teams in the cannabis technology space, and provide further room to grow.