Javen Construction

Randy Hackathorn

Randy Hackathorn

Project Manager


Randy joined Javen Construction with more than 30 years of experience over a variety of roles and responsibilities in the commercial construction industry. In the past 10 years, Randy has overseen the successful completion of over 120 projects, totaling over $100,000,000.

While in High School, Randy worked at a local lumber yard, which led to his interest in construction. Later in Randy’s career he was hired as a Field Engineer for Occidental Chemical Corporation in Niagara Falls, NY where he worked for nearly 8 years. His primary responsibilities were on Capital projects involving the repair and replacement of equipment, piping, tanks and various components needed to keep the chemical plant’s processing running smoothly.

Following his time at Occidental, Randy took position at Birdair as a Project Manager, Plant Manager and Construction Manager over the course of several years. One of the many exciting roles and responsibilities Randy was part of is the tensioned fabric structures at Birdair. Randy was involved with many of the tensioned fabric structures built for roof structures of various NFL and soccer stadiums around the world.

Randy’s latest General Construction experience includes renovations to various Buffalo School District infrastructure as well as numerous Federal Government projects with clients including United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), United States Coast Guard (USCG), National Park Service (NPS), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Military Installation Contracting Command (MICC), General Services Administration (GSA), and Department of Defense (DoD). All completed projects have received a Satisfactory or higher response from the Government in their Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) evaluation.

Randy is a devout animal lover, and he enjoys spending time with his family, listening to live music at local establishments, and capturing photos of sunsets and wildlife primarily in his back yard adjacent to Lake Erie