MJW recently completed a new concrete foundation at International Paper’s facility near Savannah, Georgia. The foundation will support a third party Manitowoc MLC650 crawler crane with a variable position counter weight--providing a lift capacity of over 800 US tons--for removal and re-installation of K1 digester dome during the annual outage.
WELCOME TO MJW CONSOLIDATED
We are an industrial construction, engineering and fire protection firm with more than 50 years of experience. Our international reputation for completing projects on time and on budget is built on comprehensive in-house expertise that enables us to self-perform all aspects of a project and maintain complete control over quality, cost and schedule. Our goal is to deliver the most effective combination of cost and performance on every job, every day.
As an employee-owned company, we take great pride in our commitment to safety and continuous employee training to successfully complete complex tasks in challenging industrial environments. From heavy construction projects and site maintenance partnerships to fire protection and alarm system design and installation, we consistently earn our reputation through:
- Safety. A safe workplace is an efficient workplace. For our employees and our clients, we make safety the first priority in every phase of every project.
- Self-performance. Our own people, not subcontractors, perform all jobs. That is the primary reason we are able to consistently meet our commitments on schedule, cost and quality.
- Experience. We are an employee-owned company with a loyal team of seasoned professionals.
- Expertise. We are a full-service construction firm that offers a comprehensive range of services, from conception, planning and budgeting to successful startup, and completion. We also provide lifetime maintenance and service.
At MJW Consolidated, we measure our success by our repeat clients. We are extremely proud of the fact that more than 90 percent of our business is with satisfied clients who continuously return to us for multiple projects.
In early 2022, the Reichhold Jacksonville plant asked MJW to upgrade the facility fire protection systems which included replacing obsolete foam valves in the reactor building /blend deck area as well as creating a new above-ground loop in the facility service main to eliminate dead-end mains.