DJ Construction Poised for Growth

April 24, 2014

new logo sign, BobOwner Bob Schrock announces new logo, website

GOSHEN – DJ Construction planted its construction roots in 1954; sixty years and a single change in leadership later, this family-owned company remains firmly rooted in local success while also primed for future growth.

As a way to celebrate the past while also moving forward, second generation owner and CEO Bob Schrock announces the update of the DJ Construction logo and the re-development of the company’s website.

DJ Construction new road sign shows the updated logo, company name, and branding statement.

DJ Construction’s new sign along US 33 in Goshen.

Said Schrock, “The new logo has an updated, fresh look but also mirrors the strong, well known DJ symbol that we believe reflects the strength and quality of the company’s inner character.

“We have heard so often from our clients about how different their experience has been working with our people that it just made sense to add the branding statement of ‘Decidedly Different’ to the new logo. We feel that the strength and character of our staff and workers so often highlighted by our clients is what we are best known for.”

60 for 60 Cardinal Buses Pete, DanDJ’s Pete Garber and Cardinal Buses’ Dan Shoup pose with a 60 for 60 cake. 

This past January, DJ Construction launched a yearlong 60th anniversary celebration with its 60 for 60 Campaign that also can be found on the new website. The company recognizes throughout the year its top 60 clients in its first 60 years of business.

“We have relationships with some clients that have endured throughout the entire 60 years,” said Schrock. “We’ve also forged some great newer relationships throughout the decades as well. We realize if these businesses and churches had not placed their trust in DJ’s expertise, we wouldn’t be celebrating 60 years.”

“We are grateful to all of our clients—not just the top 60,” said Schrock. “DJ remains rooted in its strong history, and we look forward to another great 60 years and beyond.”