JESCO Maintenance Corp is a sister company of JESCO, Inc.
JESCO, Inc. was founded in 1941 but was known then as J.E. Staub and Company. Those early days saw a small but successful construction company begin to specialize in commercial and industrial construction. Since then, JESCO has grown to become one of the largest and most diversified contractors in the U.S.
Due to the phenomenal growth of the company, the name was changed in 1973 to JESCO, an acronym for the founder. In 1978, AMCA International bought the company. On June 4, 1990 the company name was changed to United Dominion Industries Limited. In 2000 JESCO was purchased by W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Company. Yates is a leader in the construction industry, performing a broad range of construction services in a top quality manner.
JESCO is a member of the American Contractors Association 400, which is similar to industrys Fortune 500. It is a complete turnkey contractor due to the diversification of our divisions. Our Construction and Engineering Division (C&E) offers a complete realm of engineering services as well as construction of all types of buildings. Our Mechanical and Electrical Division (M&E) can handle any type of mechanical or electrical contracting job. The Agri-Industrial Division focuses upon design, construction, and installation of agricultural related industries. The Industrial Maintenance Division specializes in structural steel work and fabrication. The Millwright Division specializes in setting and installing manufacturing equipment for a wide list of clients.
In 1984, JESCO began providing full-time, on-site troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance services to Cooper Tire and Rubber plant in Tupelo, MS. Coopers 24/7 Tupelo has approximately 2,000 full-time employees. Having managed the plants maintenance operation for over 25 years, JESCO Maintenance Corp. has grown to over 200 employees, and continues to grow today. Its employees enjoy a suite of benefits including a competitive medical, dental, vision package, as well as life, supplementary insurance, and 401k with company matching.