About Us

JD&D Construction Inc. is family business, owned and operated by father Dariusz “Darek” Ochocki and son Dawid “Dave” Ochocki, and headquartered in Webster, MA. We started in 1998 as JD Construction, a general contractor in the residential construction sector. We became proficient in both new construction and remodeling from excavation to finish trim. In 2005, we evolved into JD&D Construction, incorporated in 2006, and moved further into the commercial and public sectors.

We have over 20 years of experience in the construction industry, including building from the ground up. Through our employees, our sub-contractors, and the design professionals we work with, our expertise extends through all trades. Our experience and formula for production has enabled us to handle large jobs and deliver them on time and on budget without becoming mired by unforeseen challenges.

Mission Statement

As contractors, we listen to our clients to establish what they are trying to accomplish, we give our thoughts and ideas, and we come up with the best construction plan. We provide the best employees and monitor the project entirely. We have resources to complete any project. Our main goal is to create long lasting relationships and provide our customers with final result they will be more than happy with.

Bonded and Fully Insured

What Our Customers Say

“JD&D Construction Inc. has been our sub contractor since 2014. They have provided a professional and excellent service. They have the capability to take on any project big or small. We will continue working with them for years to com.”

Hanley Construction LLC

“I used JD&D Construction Inc. to out fit my office space and was more than impressed! They provided me with a reasonable price and executed the project in a clean, professional, and beautiful result. They coordinate with their customers very well and I will reach out to them in the future.”

Mark Rubin

“The first time I used this company was for a roof replacement on my house. They did a fantastic job and cleaned up nicely. Will use them in the future.”

Mark Huberdault