WHAT WE DO
WHAT WE DO
We’ve been perfecting the art of glass and glazing in the Midwest for over 30 years.
From our innovative apprenticeship program to continuing education, we take pride in having a top notch team.
We have outpaced the industry by committing a larger investment to advancing our fabrication than all other glaziers in the area combined.
From storefront to curtainwall to skylights and everything in between, we keep up with cutting edge industry trends to give our customers the best value and the most efficient systems available.
JPI Glass…did the Wichita airport for me ($3,600,000 contract) and were probably the best glazing contractor (and subcontractor overall) that I’ve ever worked with. I can’t say enough good about the job foreman for the Wichita branch.
JPI did a great job on this project. We were up against some difficult time lines and the project manager made sure to man up and get the job done. I appreciate all the hard work and I know the owner does too!! The job foreman is great to work with in the field as well. He is very helpful and knowledgeable and just pleasant to work with.
Just wanted to send you a quick email about your crew onsite. Joey and his crew are doing an Awesome Job on the site. The planning and execution of their job task of the glass placement is done in a very professional manner. It is a pleasure to have a Subcontractor on site that places as much emphasis on the Safety of not only their own crew, but also those working around them. Just thought you would like to know this about your crew that is here. Keep up the good work.
From estimating to installation, we employ a team of experts to ensure that every project is completed to the highest standards.
We have in-house CAD drafters, fabricators, and installers who are constantly learning new industry trends- you can trust that you're in qualified hands.
We've been doing this for over 30 years, so there isn't much we haven't seen. As one of the Midwest's largest glazing companies, we've done work from coast to coast and everywhere in between.
Don't just take our word for it. You'll see some references from folks throughout the industry. We can supply references and recommendation letters for a variety of different projects, systems, and members of our team.
A big thanks to Governor Parson for signing a proclamation naming October as Careers in Construction Month!
The full text of the proclamation is:
WHEREAS, Careers in Construction Month is an annual month designated to increase public awareness
and appreciation of construction craft professionals and the entire construction workforce;
WHEREAS, during this month, employers, associations and schools are encouraged to conduct job fairs,
panel discussions, and local community events to inform students of the vast employment opportunities
WHEREAS, the construction industry is one of our nation’s largest industries, employing more than 5
million individuals in the U.S.;
WHEREAS, the construction industry in Missouri employs over 114,231 people;
WHEREAS, 83.9% of construction companies in Missouri are small businesses;
WHEREAS, the construction industry needs 1.5 million new craft professionals by 2021;
WHEREAS, over 70% of Missouri contractors have open skilled trades positions they need filled;
WHEREAS, we are pleased to honor the construction craft professional and the critical role they play in
the development of our state of Missouri;
WHEREAS, apprenticeship programs and technical education programs will help train the next
generation of skilled trades professionals;
WHEREAS, organizations and companies are working to narrow the skills gap by guiding America’s youth
and workers into opportunities that lead to long-term rewarding careers in construction;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mike Parson, Governor of the State of Missouri, do hereby proclaim October,
2019, as CAREERS IN CONSTRUCTION MONTH in the State of Missouri and I urge all citizens to join me in
this special observance.
Third year apprentice Bobby Coberly recently passed both the written and hands on examination for his telescopic boom crane operator’s certification.
His certification, through the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators, involved attending a multi-day classroom portion, studying for the written exam, and passing a rigorous hands on evaluation.
We would like to congratulate Bobby on his impressive accomplishment!