JCI Industries recently completed a major expansion of its facility in Lee’s Summit.
The company specializes in electrical and mechanical work for water and wastewater systems, serving industrial and municipal clients. Headquartered in Lee’s Summit, it also operates offices in six other cities in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa.
JCI has added 25,000 square feet to its local shop, bringing it to 45,000 square feet. (That doesn’t include its 18,000-square-foot distribution, office and conference center.)
“JCI has always prioritized excellence in customer service and a partnering approach with our clients—their business is our business,” said Robert Kopp, JCI’s CEO. “The expansion allows for increased capacity and capabilities so a greater volume and variety of customer needs can be served in house.”
The larger workshop will accommodate the addition of new equipment, such as two 20-ton bridge cranes, which will allow JCI to work on larger, heavier projects in its shop.
“JCI is committed to being a top provider of quality equipment packaging, fabrication and machine shop services and rotating and electrical equipment service and repair,” said Chip Toth, president of JCI. “The shop expansion supports timely responsiveness and turn-around time on our work. It also supports the ongoing growth efforts of our regional business and commitment to Lee’s Summit and the Kansas City area community.”