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IMOCO, Inc. is pleased to welcome onboard its newest employee, Chris Patti. Chris will be the new Safety Director for all IMOCO divisions and will be helping to implement strong safety regulations on all levels of the company. 


According to the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), the backlog of construction projects shrunk nationally during the fourth quarter of 2018, but actually grew in the South during the same period. ABC’s economic metric, the Construction Backlog Indicator (CBI), showed that the national backlog decreased to 8.9 months, down 1.1 percent from the previous quarter, while the South’s stretched to 11.21 months, up 12 percent.


When it comes to manufacturing systems for food, beverage, dairy, and pharmaceutical products, just any sanitary weld won't do. Because maintaining product quality is the number one priority here, the job requires an experienced and meticulous welder, otherwise you entertain a serious risk of product contamination.


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook, industrial construction jobs look to grow substantially by 2026!


One of IMOCO’s biggest assets is the collective experience of our employees. Many of our workers have been with us for a long time, spurring our success, but we also have newer employees with decades of experience like Project Manager Shane Arrowood. Shane’s familiarity with jobs across multiple industries helps us to remain the go-to commercial and industrial contractor throughout Western North Carolina and beyond.