Calhoun W. Cox, Jr., Founder

Cal Cox grew up in Seneca, South Carolina and received his Bachelor of Science from Clemson University in 1964.

He served in the Army Corps of Engineers/Special Forces for seven years and is a veteran of the Vietnam War.

Cal worked in the construction industry for 36 years and founded Calcon Constructors in 1981 in Denver, Colorado.

Throughout the years, Cal served as the President of the Associated General Contractors of Colorado, as well as on numerous boards and committees. 

James P. Bosshart, Co-Founder and Chairman

Jim graduated with distinction from Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering.

Jim co-founded Calcon Constructors in 1981 and currently serves as Chairman. He is involved in all business aspects, including marketing, estimating, project management and office management.

Jim is very involved in the industry; he has served on many committees, including a position as Executive Committee Board of Directors for the Associated General Contractors of Colorado.

Joseph S. Gallion, Jr., CEO

Joe, who received his education from Colorado State University, has been with Calcon since 1982, and currently serves as the company’s CEO.

Joe is responsible for all business aspects, including: marketing, estimating, project management and field management.

He remains very active in the construction industry, and has held positions as the Chairman of Colorado Neurological Institute, Chairman of the Board for Southwest Family YMCA and as the past President of the Construction Industry Training Council.

Presently, Joe sits on the board of AGC Colorado and is a member of the National Western Stock Show.

When not in the office, Joe enjoys golfing, skiing, cycling and traveling.

Brian Mortimore, President

Brian has been with Calcon since 1999 and is currently a President of the company. He is a proud CSU alumnus and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management.

With over 20 years of experience in Project Management, Brian is a vital asset to Calcon’s customers and vendors.

Brian has completed many notable projects for Calcon in the retail, technical, healthcare and mixed-use categories.

He is LEED AP certified and a Certified Healthcare Constructor.

In his free time, Brian enjoys golf, the outdoors and spending family time with his wife and twin girls.

Jim Kohler, Vice President

Jim Kohler, whose experience encompasses both architecture and construction, joined the Calcon Team in 1994.

He graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master’s of Science in Construction Management.

He is a Vice President and a stockholder, and also serves as a Senior Project Manager and Estimator.

Jim handles pre-construction, estimating and project management for Calcon’s projects, seeing them through construction, closeout and warranty

He has been involved with some of Calcon’s more notable projects and is an active member of the Association of General Contractors.

When not in the office, Jim loves ski racing, dirt biking and cycling.

Jeff Johnson, Vice President

Jeff joined Calcon in 2007 and is currently a Vice President of the company.

He has a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management from CSU and brings 19 years of Project Management experience to the table.

Jeff has completed many of Calcon’s most notable builds in the healthcare industry, including: specialty medical facilities, medical office buildings and hospitals.

Jeff is a LEED Green Associate, Certified Healthcare Constructor and a member of CAHED and ASHE.

When not at work, Jeff enjoys time with his wife and two girls.

Jim Van Zant, Vice President

Jim joined the Calcon family in 1986 and has been in involved in many of our most notable builds.

Jim graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Construction Management.

He is currently a Vice President and also serves as a Senior Project Manager. He handles pre-construction, estimating and project management for Calcon’s projects, seeing them through construction, closeout and warranty

Jim presently serves as Treasurer and on the Board of Directors for the Construction Industry Training Council (CITC), which offers apprenticeship programs for the construction trades.  He is also a member of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering and has received their Healthcare Contractor’s Certificate.  He has served as an instructor for a project management class offered by Associated General Contractors.

When not in the office, Jim enjoys the outdoors, his family and his ever growing motorcycle collection.

Construction Project Engineer

Project Engineer

A Project Engineer at Calcon Constructors, Inc. is charged with the responsibility of providing technical support to the Project Manager and Superintendent on a project to ensure safe projects and desirable outcomes for our Clients and Company.  Since nearly all of our work is negotiated with repeat and referral clients we must ensure that our projects are well planned whether they are small or large.


General responsibilities include:

  • Act as the primary point of contact with the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager to ensure work is completed in conformance with project drawings and specifications.
  • Assist with pre-construction tasks.
  • Coordinate project documents (RFI’s, submittals, drawings, etc…), and monitor timely turn-around on these same items.
  • Review submittals making sure they are accurately reviewed and coordinated, & materials are being procured in conformance with the project schedule.
  • Identify any missing information from construction documents and work through those differences with project team members (Owners, Calcon, subcontractors, Architects).
  • Assist in preparing subcontracts / purchase agreements for projects.
  • Coordinate subcontractors’ work schedules with the project Superintendent.
  • Monitor project safety requirements.
  • Perform project closeout in conformance with the contract and to the Owners satisfaction.
  • Foresee potential problems and organize the team to avoid/resolve issues before they impact the project(s).
  • Resolve common project problems to maintain good business relationships and outcomes for Calcon.
  • Assist during preconstruction and estimating. Duties to include quantity take-offs and bid leveling
  • Assist with project schedule and perform job schedule updates in conjunction with the project superintendent.
  • Quality control



  • B.S. degree in Engineering or Construction Management required.
  • Minimum two years project engineer experience.
  • Background in General Contracting consisting of mid size, ground up commercial construction projects.
  • Solid computer skills; Proficient in Procore, Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and scheduling software.
  • Verifiable work references demonstrating exceptional skills and achievements including:
    • High level of professionalism; Dependable, results-focused and ethical
    • History of delivering on projects and commitments and strong communication with internal stakeholders (e.g. Superintendents) and externally with Owner, Architect/Engineer, and subcontractors
    • Strong organization, multi-tasking and planning skills
    • Excellent customer service orientation and verbal written communication skills
    • Successful completion of post-offer background and drug screens


Compensation and Benefits:

  • Salary: $70,000- $80,000 commensurate with experience
  • Benefits: Excellent benefit package including medical, dental, vision, and options for life insurance, STD, LTD, 401K, HSA, Section 125, Paid Time Off, and holidays, bonus compensation, service awards, & a fitness program
  • Project locations are in Colorado

Please submit your resume, qualifications and salary history to


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