Corporate Citizenship

Leo Journagan Construction is a company that believes in giving back to the community. As part of this belief, Journagan has donated time, money, labor or materials to select area organizations.

  • National Asphalt Pavement Association
  • Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association
  • Arkansas Asphalt Pavement Association
  • National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association
  • Missouri Limestone Producers Association
  • Darr Agricultural Center at Missouri State University Provided labor and materials for the roads
  • Missouri State University's Bears Fund Since 1989, at the "All Star" level
  • Drury University's Trustee Science Center
  • College of the Ozarks NAIA Tournament
  • Developmental Center of the Ozarks
  • Boys and Girls Club of Springfield
  • Second largest gift in Missouri State history to benefit School of Agriculture. Local businessperson Leo Journagan and his family have committed to donate the family's Douglas County ranch acreage and assets to the Missouri State Foundation. When completed, the gift will include more than 3,300 acres, as many as 1,000 head of cattle, equipment and other ranch facilities. The total value of the gift is estimated to be more than $7 million. "The Journagan family is pleased and excited to be working in this partnership with Missouri State University and its Darr School of Agriculture," said Allen Journagan on behalf of the family. "We are most pleased to know that Leo's gift of his ranch, which has required 45 years to build, will continue to provide meaningful service to the agricultural community of Missouri and the generations of students which will benefit from the programs and projects that will grow there."
    Click the following links below to view the complete information on Missouri State University's Site.


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