Most successful construction projects have one thing in common – vast amounts of planning during the preconstruction phase. Many civil projects have many hours, days, and even weeks dedicated to having a preliminary feasibility study completed before their project even goes out for bidding. Our organization doesn’t typically lead civil feasibility studies, but it is […]
Every MJE project begins in the sky. Our two-person survey team includes Drone operator Abe Driedger, Jr., and our boots-on-the-ground stake/ATV surveyor Edgar Andazola. It is this initial drone survey data that drives the rest of the team and project forward. This cyclical survey process allows our team precise and accurate information at vital points […]
How can MJE’s expertise and experience in dairy concrete and paving translate to better facilities for our clients? Our process includes specialized equipment, skilled laborers, and years of practice. As a result, MJE bids are more accurate, and our end products last. In addition, MJE concrete methods lead to financial savings for our clients. Molds, […]
For over 20 years, MJE has worked closely with engineers to ensure a quality build for our clients. Our attention to detail before doing any work prevents unexpected expenses or challenges down the road.
What makes a cattle handling facility “Good”? Why is having a good cattle handling facility important? At MJE, we aim to solve problems for our clients. Cattle are big animals, and processing herds can be dangerous and stressful. Therefore, we design facilities with features specifically developed to prioritize the health & safety of both the […]
A new program has been developed by the Kansas Board of Regents and the Kansas Department of Education. This program provides service scholarships for students to attend an “eligible postsecondary educational institution” in specified programs. Skilled labor is increasingly difficult to find for many of the businesses in Southwest Kansas and other regions. The goal […]
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