RJS Construction gets new home
RJS Construction Group, one of the Northland’s largest and oldest full-service construction companies, has moved to a new headquarters, according to a news release issued by the company.
The modern, three-story building at 1 Clough Ave., Superior, is just off the Blatnik Bridge on U.S. Highway 53. RJS has offices in Suite 200, sharing the building with other Capstan Corp. companies, Fraser Shipyard and Lake Assault Boat
“This puts us closer to our customers, right in the heart of the Twin Ports,” said RJS President Pete Weidman. “It also provides a state-of-the-art modern headquarters for our team members to do their work efficiently and effectively for our customers.”
The new building is close to the equipment yard where much of the RJS heavy machinery is stored. It also is close to the docks where tugs and barges of the growing RJS Marine Division are moored.
RJS built the pre-cast concrete building. It is fully wired for modern communications and provides ample work and meeting space for employees and customers. RJS shares the building with Fraser Shipyards and Lake Assault Boats, sister companies of corporate parent Capstan Corp.
RJS has been building with integrity in the Northland since 1956. The family-owned business provides one of the region’s largest ranges of construction services through three divisions:
Highway/Heavy, including road, sewer, large landscape and utility projects
Commercial, constructing offices, restaurants, warehouses and other buildings
Marine, including dock, pier and sheet piling work
“We’re proud of our history and of our long relationship with our customers,” Weidman said. “Our new headquarters is part of our next chapter in serving those customers with solutions to their construction needs, as well as with work done right and on time.”