Heimburger Construction, Inc. Earns AC478 Accreditation
MBCEA congratulates Heimburger Construction, LLC on receiving this important metal construction industry recognition.
Achieving this accreditation underscores Heimburger Construction, Inc.'s commitment to providing a quality product through a documented management system covering safety training and metal building assembly training. The IAS requires annual reviews of manuals, documentation of training and jobsite inspections.
"IAS accreditation sets us apart from our competition and we are excited to get in on the ground level of this program," says Jennifer Heimburger, president and owner of Heimburger Construction, Inc. "I feel that this accreditation process will help us gain market share and make us a leader in our field. Our clients strive to be the best in their field and they deserve an accredited metal building assembler."
Art Hance, MBCEA president, remarks, "I have known Jen Heimburger for a number of years and am not surprised she sought accreditation as one more way to distinguish her company. Her commitment to safety and quality in the construction of metal buildings is now backed by her company's adoption of IAS AC478 accreditation. Hats off to Jen and the entire team at Heimburger Construction."
For more information about the IAS AC478 accreditation program visit www.mbcea.org. For more information about Heimburger Construction visit www.heimburgerconstruction.com.
Heimburger Construction, Inc. of Bonne Terre, MO is a family-owned business started in 1978 by Bob Heimburger. They are proud Butler builders with a strong repeat customer business. Their focus is on design/build using PEMB's and self-performed metal building assembly.
The MBCEA was formed in 1968 to serve the needs and support the interests of metal building contractors and erectors. It has 3 main goals:
The association proudly boasts membership from virtually every aspect of the industry and all 50 States and Canada. For additional information please visit our website at www.mbcea.org or contact Sasha Demyan at 484-239-3337.