DJ Construction Grows in Special Projects
“My pipes burst overnight.”
“We need a new entry with better security.”
“Our offices need updating.”
“Whom do I call?”
Answer: DJ Construction.
While many businesses, churches, and not-for-profits know DJ as a builder of buildings, what they may not know is we also have an entire department, the Service Group, which focuses on those smaller in scope or special projects as well as emergency repairs.
Robb Huber, Service Group Manager, and Matt Schrock, Service Group Associate, are DJ’s go-to guys for these types of projects that have been part of DJ Construction’s DNA since the company began in 1954. Over the last decade, the department has experienced exponential growth.
Said Huber, “We are responsible for projects that, although they may be smaller in size, they receive the same high standards that apply to all of our projects and include competitive pricing, a detailed scope of work, and a projected schedule.”
Two emergency projects the Service Group have recently wrapped up include the repair of the Goshen Family Dentistry building and a repair at New Creation Fellowship from water damage.
Goshen Family Dentistry
On December 9, 2013, Drs. Mark Deal and Cheryl L. Carlton were working at their desks when suddenly their office wall caved in, the window shattered, and cabinets fell. Fortunately only minor injuries occurred to Dr. Carlton, but unfortunately the office was completely destroyed.
A driver had lost control of a car, smashing into the Goshen Family Dentistry building located at 1625 Sunnyfield Drive.
Within 30 minutes, Huber and his team were on-site assessing damage and putting a repair plan together.
The building now has been completely restored, stonework matched, windows sealed, and office in order.
New Creation Fellowship
January 2014 was memorable not only for its exceptionally cold weather, but also for related facility incidents. In the case of New Creation Fellowship on County Road 10 in Granger, pipes had frozen, creating water damage and flooding the sanctuary and vestibule area. Water had run for hours before discovery.
Again, Huber and team addressed the issues. After the room was dried, the DJ team repaired drywall, replaced 310 feet of trim, extended the platform, installed new fixtures, and laid new carpet.
Need Facility Repairs?
Whether or not DJ built your initial project, DJ’s Service Group lives in the details by completing tasks anywhere from changing out doorknobs or a broken window to relocating walls or building new entryways.
From long-term planning to emergency situations, DJ serves even after project completion by continuing to communicate, support, and care.