Healy Long & Jevin, founded in 1978, is a Mid-Atlantic Concrete Construction Company specializing in structural concrete, concrete flat work and concrete pumping in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland. The concrete operation started in 1978, but company was born from a highly successful family run General Contracting business that helped build Delaware for over 120 years. Presently, the company is run by John (Jack) Healy III as CEO with his son, John (Sean) Healy IV as Vice President.

They have been featured in national publications: Concrete Construction Magazine, Constructioneer Magazine, Concrete Pumping Magazine and Engineering News Record and graced the cover of Concrete Contractor Magazine in 2010.

They received the Golden Trowel Award for the world’s flattest and most level floors by hand for the Boeing factory in Ridley Park, Pennsylvania.

Healy Long & Jevin based in Wilmington, Delaware has an extensive resume of projects including Swarthmore College Science Center, River Tower II, Chester County Justice Center, 40th Street Promenade, University of Pennsylvania Levine Hall, Bell Atlantic Tower, and Mellon Bank Center. Currently, their projects include 500 Walnut Luxury Residences, University of Pennsylvania Perelman Center, Incyte World Headquarters, Rodin Square and Kennedy Hospital in Chery Hill.

Jack Healy serves on the GBCA Board of Directors. Sean Healy serves on the GBCA Government Affairs Committee.