Industrial construction and engineering company provides services for large projects in southern california
BAKERSFIELD, CA, April 20, 2020 /Neptune100/ — Valley Wide Engineering and Construction is a full service general contractor specializing in industrial engineering and has been growing over the last several years, gaining a reputation for high-quality services on large-scale industrial projects. The Valley Wide team works closely with every client – “from engineering to construction” is part of their mission statement. The goal is to become a valuable asset to every customer, providing excellent engineering services, and completion of projects on time and on budget with the most economical and safest solutions.
“We take seriously our role as the structural engineer arm for a large construction project,” said Robbie Barker, CEO of Valley Wide Engineering and Construction Inc. “The engineering aspect of an industrial project is concerned with the design and physical integrity of large structures.”
“Our goal is to complete your project in a safe and professional manner,” continued Barker, “from engineering to construction – from concept to completion. Take a look at our portfolio to see the kind of successful projects we have completed.”
To learn more about the services offered by Valley Wide Engineering and Construction:
Structural Steel Fabrication
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Industrial Crane Services and Rentals
About Valley Wide Engineering and Construction Inc.
Valley Wide Engineering and Construction is a full service industrial construction and maintenance contractor serving southern California. We take on and complete large-scale industrial projects: pipe fabrications, crane services, concrete foundations, structural steel, plant shutdowns and more. We have a 20,000 sq.ft. fabrication shop and a fleet of cranes. Our goal is to complete your project in a safe and professional manner on time and on budget. Valley Wide Construction can take your construction project from “Concept to Completion.”