About IMOCO

Mission

The mission of IMOCO is to meet our responsibilities to our clients, our employees and to our community.

  1. Our responsibility to our clients is to partner with them so they get the highest level of service and value from IMOCO and to ensure that projects meet or exceed client expectations.
  2. Our responsibility to our employees is to provide a safe and secure workplace where their unique talents will be developed and appreciated.
  3. Our responsibility to our community is to be a good corporate citizen in the areas where we operate. Whenever feasible using and encouraging local talent and leaving as small an ecological footprint as possible.

Vision

To be an industry leader and trendsetter in providing a full range of industrial, mechanical and commercial services while developing and maintaining a group of employees whose talents and passion for their work match the mission and values of IMOCO.

Values

IMOCO management and employees share certain core values which help guide us to our company vision.

  • Honesty/Integrity
    At IMOCO, we conduct all matters of business with honesty and integrity. We proudly uphold the values of honesty, integrity, and sincerity while remaining fair and ethical to our clients and employees.
  • Respect
    Respect for the client and respect for the individual fosters contributions and an environment of trust.
  • Accountability
    We accept responsibility for our actions and promises. Whether working with clients or employees we stand by our word and deliver on what we promise.
  • Dedication
    All IMOCO employees strive to exceed expectations at whatever job they are given.
  • Honesty/Integrity
    At IMOCO, we conduct all matters of business with honesty and integrity. We proudly uphold the values of honesty, integrity, and sincerity while remaining fair and ethical to our clients and employees.
  • Respect
    Respect for the client and respect for the individual fosters contributions and an environment of trust.
  • Accountability
    We accept responsibility for our actions and promises. Whether working with clients or employees we stand by our word and deliver on what we promise.
  • Dedication
    All IMOCO employees strive to exceed expectations at whatever job we are given.

Safety

As a company that is heavily involved in the world of mechanical and industrial construction, IMOCO Inc. understands the importance of safety in the workplace. While the national number of workplace injuries and deaths have decreased over the years, our primary goal is for that number to be zero. At IMOCO Inc. we place the safety of our crew at the top of our priority list, and have hired a Safety Director who can commit every day on the job to creating the safest work environment possible.

Our Safety Director, Chris Patti, is working to improve employee safety in many ways including filling out a daily Job Safety Analysis (JSA). This procedure is intended to help companies meet safety standards, improve communication, assist in training and ultimately prevent injuries. By taking this extra step and reviewing the JSA with the IMOCO team, each employee can become fully aware of the potential hazards they might be exposed to. From there, they can openly discuss procedures and identify the safest way to proceed with any specific job.

IMOCO Inc. values its employees as men and women who are critical to the success of their families and communities. We believe that together, we can work to prevent incidents, injuries, and keep everyone safe in the workplace.

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Company History

1964

In 1964, IMOCO (Industrial Maintenance Overflow Corporation) began its operations in a small metal building in Hendersonville, North Carolina specializing in industrial projects.

Throughout the decades, IMOCO focused on performance and dependability while gaining experience in all areas of mechanical/industrial maintenance construction. IMOCO serves customers in the southeast region with a focus on North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.

1983

In 1983, IMOCO moved to a larger facility in Fletcher, North Carolina because of substantial growth in new services, enlarged equipment, and market diversification.

2006

In 2006, long term company executive, Rodney Pressley, became the owner and president of IMOCO.

2011

In 2011, IMOCO moved to a more modern facility in Fletcher, North Carolina, adding a new sheet metal/fabrication shop and additional office space. Today, IMOCO stands on “Equipped Experience” as they continue to build on past growth of their mechanical/industrial contractor business.

2014

In 2014, IMOCO acquires electrical contracting and general contracting divisions of AMC, Inc.

2020

In 2020, IMOCO added Geoff Bagwell to the ownership team.

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