The MJE difference is in our experience. Long-term employees with decades spent in the field know how to carefully scope the project, and then execute the plans, leaving our customers – public and private – satisfied.
Construction projects are challenging. MJE has what it takes to make it a much easier process. We have over 350+ pieces of heavy equipment and 200 employees ready to tackle your next big project. You want to see a return on your investment quickly. We self-perform the work – meaning project schedules stay on track because we aren’t waiting for sub-contractors to fit us into their plans.
Data drives every decision we make. We study the land extensively before we ever bring a rig to a job site.
When you’re building a new facility or expanding an existing business, MJE manages your project from start to finish so you can focus on keeping your operation moving.
MJE has been designing, building, constructing, and expanding Dairies throughout the Midwest for over thirty years. a dairy. components, and MJE stands ready to tackle the heavy lifting.
Moving dirt is always going to be synonymous with the MJE name. Even though we’ve grown to include complete construction capabilities, excavation still retains the importance it had when the company started with one scraper more than 40 years ago. Our team is just bigger and much more productive in how we tackle excavation projects. […]
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 […]
At MJE, relationships matter. Our employees form a tight network of colleagues, friends, and sometimes, even relatives. This summer, we are excited to have longtime MJE summer employee Marco Neufeld return as an Intern to learn the ins and outs of Construction Management. Marco is a 2018 graduate of South Gray High School, where he […]
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