Full service residential and light commercial building, remodeling and design contractor
The MJH Construction team is committed to providing our customers with exceptional customer service through professional project management, sound design, superior craftsmanship, and the highest quality products to complete projects and exceed expectations.
Owner and Founder, Michael J. Harkowa is a graduate of New York Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture. He has over 28 years of experience in the construction industry and has been a licensed contractor since 1989. He established MJH Construction in 1993 in Brentwood, NY, providing customers with remodeling and design services. In 1997, Mike moved to Maryland to pursue new opportunities in the remodeling and new construction markets as a founding member of Needwood Construction, LLC. He held the position of Senior Member/Partner of Needwood Construction, LLC for 15 years, as well as Vice President and later, President of Needwood Homes, Inc. for 9 years. In 2012, Mike re-established MJH Construction, LLC in Easton, Maryland with a commitment to provide professional building, remodeling, design and construction management services.
Bathroom Design, Bathroom Remodeling, Building Design, Carport Installation, Custom Home, Custom Home Bars, Deck Building, Deck Design, Demolition, Drafting, Floor Plans, Garage Building, Garage Design, Guesthouse Design & Construction, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Home Restoration, House Plans, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Laundry Room Design, Mudroom Design, New Home Construction, Porch Design & Construction, Project Management, Sunroom Design & Construction, Universal Design, Wood Floor Installation, Custom Homes, Construction Drawings, Custom Cabinets, Window Installation
Bethlehem, Choptank, Cordova, Easton, Neavitt, Oxford, Preston, Queen Anne, Royal Oak, Saint Michaels, Trappe, Denton, Federalsburg, Hurlock, Rhodesdale, Ridgely, Secretary, Templeville, Williston, St. Michaels, Tilghman Island