Serving the Construction Industry

_7Humans built the first shelters with their hands, and later, with simple tools. Since those ancient days, construction has evolved into a sophisticated and complicated enterprise. JMI understands the unique needs of its construction and earth-moving customers and is dedicated to serving those needs.

Construction industry workers on every level, from supervisors to top helpers to forklift operators, must deal with a number of factors to successfully complete a job, including careful budgeting, delays due to weather or legal action, the ability to acquire necessary equipment, and always, first and foremost, safety, both for the construction workers and the public.

Whether the construction project is residential, commercial, industrial, or heavy civil building, JMI stands ready to partner with customers to get the job done.

Services for the Construction Industry

JMI offers a complete range of precise services designed for the specialized needs of the construction industry, including:

  • Machining
  • Fabricating
  • Assembly
  • Burning

A Unique Leadership Position

JMI’s progressive, comprehensive, and proactive quality measures mean that no other machining company can deliver such high-quality parts with such a fast turnaround time. Leadership Through Quality is the foundation of JMI. It is the guiding force for every action on every job.

  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • Progressive management systems
  • In-house production provides significant cost savings to customers
  • Unbeaten efficiency
  • Reliability

High-quality products machined by certified experts and delivered on time at an affordable price make JMI an industry leader.

The Future of the Construction Industry

The construction industry has fluctuated in the last few years, but recent efforts initiated by the United States Department of Labor are aimed at bolstering this vital industry by attracting skilled workers in all construction trades, developing programs that train unemployed people to enter the construction industry, and developing programs that educate school-age children about career opportunities in construction.

By 2014, the United States construction industry is predicted to employ as many as 7.7 million people. Growth is predicted in a large range of construction-related occupations, and average salaries for construction workers also are predicted to rise.

The U.S. Department of Labor, working in conjunction with the Construction Industry Round Table, the National Association of Home Builders, and the National Heavy & Highway Alliance, is determined to increase job growth and opportunities in the construction industry for years to come.

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